Hikmat Mohammad: The priority is to end the occupation of Syrian cities and stop the policy of demographic change

Hikmat Mohammad, an independent politician, said that the priority for him as a displaced person is ending the occupation of his city, Serê kaniyê/Ras al-Ain, returning its people to it, and stopping the policy of demographic change in the region.

Mohammad’s speech came during his participation in the fifth dialogue session held by Ezdina Organiztion, last Thursday, in the city of Qamishlo/Qamishli, as part of its project "A Constitution that Protects Us", in the presence of political leaders and representatives of political parties in the northeastern regions of Syria.

Mohammad stressed the importance of reaching a political solution that satisfies all the people of Syria, adding that the solution in Syria must be political, because the military solution led to the destruction of Syria and the displacement of its people, and brought it to the point of division, therefore the political solution is what is required by Syrian people.

Mohammad indicated that the Kurds, as part of the Syrian people, have been deprived of their rights since the establishment of the Syrian state, stressing that the rights of the Kurdish people must be fixed in the upcoming constitution of Syria and applied on the ground.

Mohammad added that the representation of the Kurdish National Council only in the Constitutional Committee does not meet the aspirations of the Kurdish people, because the Kurds, with all their platforms and political parties, must be present at any work station regarding Syria and its future, pointing out that the lack of representation of some parties is due to internal disputes and the interference of some regional countries.

Mohammad concluded his speech that the rights of the Kurdish people in Syria must be recognized in the next constitution, along with the rights of all components and minorities inside Syria, and the Kurdish language must be recognized like other languages, and Syria should be a decentralized state, in which religion is separated from the state, and all minorities are represented.



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A Constitution That Protects Us - Ezdina Organization: Hikmat Mohammad: The priority is to end the occupation of Syrian cities and stop the policy of demographic change
Hikmat Mohammad: The priority is to end the occupation of Syrian cities and stop the policy of demographic change
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