Hawar News - Abeer Hassaf: International agendas controls the Geneva conferences

Abeer Hassaf explained that the Syrian crisis turned into a wave which the interests of regional and global countries control it to drown the Syrian people, stressing that "the Geneva conferences that were held under international sponsorship and the absence of real representatives of the Syrian people, was due to the international agendas".

The Ezdina Organization, in cooperation with the US State Department, organized its first dialogue session in the city of Hasaka under the title, "A Constitution That Protects Us," for a future that guarantees the rights of all.

The project aims to emphasize the importance of the political process in Geneva, and to inform the local community of everything that is happening in the United Nations regarding the negotiations that are taking place on the future of a political solution in Syria.

The session was attended by a number of young people from all components in the city of Hasaka, in addition to the member of Ezdina's media office Avin Sheikhmous and Dr. Abeer Hassaf.

Dr. Abeer Hassaf spoke with gratitude at the beginning of her speech by Ezdina for carrying out such an important activity, to reach opinions and proposals to improve the situation in Syria, about the 9 Geneva conferences and its work, and about the Syrian crisis.

Abeer shed light on the Geneva conferences and constitutions, and said, "As components and peoples in Syria, we searched for the concept of the homeland, where the popular movement began and turned into a wave controlled by the interests of regional and global countries to plunge the Syrian people into a suffocating crisis".

Abeer indicated that they are trying to get out of the suffocating crisis, she emphasized, "the Geneva conferences that were held under international auspices and the absence of real representatives of the Syrian people".

Then she opened the door for discussion to the attendees about the Geneva sessions, marginalizing all components of northeastern Syria and preventing them from representing their role in the sessions.

Then both of the guests joined the discussion, political analyst Shoresh Derwish and the member of the Constitutional Committee in Geneva, Dr. Dorsen Oskan, via the Zoom, indicating the importance of working on the Syrian constitution and the involvement of all components and the need for representatives from northeastern Syria.

The dialogue session ended with the issuance of several recommendations, including political demands, such as the youth should join the councils, not nominating a president for government more than twice, determining the period and provisions of the emergency law. However economic demands: equitable distribution of wealth, economic independence, activating the role of youth through holding training courses and assisting them in submitting proposals and initiatives, establishing youth groups and providing opportunities for youth to participate in them, self-sufficiency in economic terms.

Social and cultural demands: equality, non-discrimination and racism between religions and cultures, the right to education and the spread of the mother tongue in universities and schools, the right to express opinion and the right to identity for every citizen, the participation of women and youth in political decisions, health and social security for all the components.

It is noteworthy that the session was first session in the city of Hasaka after the end of five sessions in the city of Qamishlo, where next sessions will be attended by a number of media groups, women, of the region, clerics, politicians and community leaders.

Source: ANHA




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