Outputs of the eleventh dialogue session in Amuda

Ezdina Organization held its eleventh dialogue session at Kulturvan Center in Amuda city within the framework of its project “A Constitution That Protects Us” on 27.05.2021, for the category of civil society and clan leaders. The session started at 11:30 and ended at14:30.

The session was moderated by Dr. Abeer Hassaf.

5 Females, 11 Males
  • Abdul Qadir Watti - Representative of the "Qarkaji" clan
  • Juma'a Khuzaym - Director of the Aso Center for Strategic Studies and Research
  • Khawla Ibrahim - Director of Jan Center for People with Special Needs
  • Hussein Shahadeh - Social Reformer
  • Idris Piran - Political activist
  • Saad Eddin Hasso - Politician in the Kurdish Democratic Progressive Party
  • Balqis Hussein - Civil Activist
  • Hendya Yusef - Member of the Kurdistan Women's Union
  • Sherin Kajo - Former director of "Together for Amuda" Center
  • Nisreen Mousa - Member of the Women Peace Leaders Network
  • Hakam Khalo - Member of the Senate of North and East Syria
  • Abdullah Al-Issa - Representative of the "Nasrah" clan
  • Fahd Dakouri - Member of the Kurdish Tribes Council in Al-Jazira Region
  • Ismail Dalaf - Member of the Yazidi House in Amuda
  • Rodi Younes - Political activist
  • Omar Kilo - Representative of the "Sliva" clan

National background of the participants:
Arabs: 1 - Kurds: 15

Main topics of the session:
  • The Syrian crisis and the Geneva conferences.
  • Syria's next constitution.
  • The Syrian Constitutional Committee in Geneva.
  • The role of the constitution in meeting the requirements of civil society and the clans of the region.
The facilitator started talking about the nine Geneva conferences and their results in detail, then the door was opened for discussion, consultations and questions by the participants, and all the questions were answered by the session facilitator.

In the second axis, a member of the Constitutional Committee, Dr. Dorsen Oskan, joined the session via the “Zoom” program to talk about the establishment and composition of the Constitutional Committee and the drawbacks of representing the Committee, in addition to talking about the main reasons for the failure of the Constitutional Committee in its work so far.

Session results:
At the conclusion of the dialogue session, the participants agreed on a set of recommendations and proposals to be submitted to the Syrian Constitutional Committee, including:

  • Paving the way for writing the constitution by agreeing on a political solution that suits all Syrians and releasing detainees.
  • The constitution includes fixed and unchangeable supra-constitutional principles.
  • State form: Syria is a pluralistic, decentralized, democratic state.
  • The name of the country: the State of Syria - the Syrian Democratic Republic.
  • The system of government is parliamentary.
  • Separation of religion and state.
  • The state flag, emblem and national anthem should suit all components of the Syrian people.
  • Consolidate the concept of equal citizenship before the law.
  • Maintaining individual and collective rights and freedoms 
  • Recognition of the national diversity of the Syrian people and recognition of the national specificity of the Kurdish people and that they live on their historical land.
  • Freedom of belief and religion, recognition of all religions and respect for their privacy, and the freedom to practice religious rites for every religion or sect in Syria "Islam, Christianity, Yazidis, Druz".
  • The existence of a constitutional court to protect the constitution and ensure its implementation.
  • Freedom of expression and opinion.
  • Gender equality while ensuring the right of women to political work, participation in decision-making positions, and achieving fair representation for them.
  • The neutrality and independence of state institutions.
  • Support and development of civil society organizations.
  • Commitment to international covenants and covenants with regard to human rights.
  • Not specifying the gender and religion of the head of state.
  • The need for international parties to guarantee the implementation of the new constitution.



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A Constitution That Protects Us - Ezdina Organization: Outputs of the eleventh dialogue session in Amuda
Outputs of the eleventh dialogue session in Amuda
A Constitution That Protects Us - Ezdina Organization
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