Akram Al-Mahshoush: The role of tribes is marginalized in the Constitutional Committee

The leader of the Conservative Party, Akram Al-Mahshoush, said that the constitution of Syria in 2000 was amended without return to the Syrian people, as the constitution stipulated that the president of the republic be 40 years old, but Bashar al-Assad took power when he was 34 years old.

Al-Mahshoush's speech came during his participation in the fifth dialogue session held by
Ezdina Organization, last Thursday, in the city of Qamishlo/Qamishli within the framework of its project "A Constitution That Protects Us", in the presence of political leaders and representatives of political parties in the north and east of Syria.

Al-Mahshoush explained that the formation of the constitutional committee in which 50 percent of its members have been appointed by the Syrian regime is a guarantor of the system, so any vote in this situation within the constitutional committee is in favor of the regime, while the opposition is in a state of confusion regarding the Syrian constitution and its amendments.

Al-Mahshoush indicated that they are not represented in the constitutional committee, therefore have no role in amending or writing the constitution.

Al-Mahshoush added that the opinion of the components of the Syrian people was not taken into account during the selection of the members of the committee, surprising how people are represented and appointed within the committee while they are ineffective on the Syrian soil, indicating that the Syrian state itself is powerless under the control of the countries of "Russia, Iran and Turkey".

The Syrian politician said that everyone should be represented in the Constitutional Committee, provided that people are elected and not selected, and that the coalition and America must pressure Russia and Turkey so that the selection of the representatives of the Syrian people will be in the hands of the Syrian people themselves.

The leader of the Conservative Party concluded his speech by saying that the civil society bloc in the Constitutional Committee does not have any actual role, unfortunately, wishing that all the components of the Syrian people would be represented within the committee, and that there would be a role for the clans because their role is marginalized, and that everyone must participate and combine their efforts to reach a solution.



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