Ezdina concludes its project "A Constitution That Protects Us" with a session for civil society leaders in Tirbespiyê/Al-Qahtaniya

Today, Thursday, June 17, the Ezdina Foundation organized its last dialogue session within the framework of the "Destour that Protects Us" project, in the presence of civil society leaders, clan dignitaries and representatives of political parties in the town of Tirbespiye / Al-Qahtaniyah and its countryside.

Yezidina held its eighteenth and final dialogue session for the Foundation in north and east Syria, at the Yazidi House in the town of Tarbespiyê / Al-Qahtaniyah, on the work of the Constitutional Committee and the Geneva conferences.

  • Faya Ardesh - Co-chair of the Syriac Union Party
  • George Yousef - Co-chair of the Syriac Union Party
  • Falak Khalaf - Official of the Women's Union
  • Salem Suleiman - Yazidi activist
  • Hussain Al-Hassan - Spokesman for the Democratic Union Party.
  • Talal Qafour - Secretary of the Democratic Peace Party
  • Hani Ramadan - Member of Democratic Peace Party
  • Abdul Rahman Al-Hiwar - Administrator in the Youth Office of the Arab National Authority
  • Ismail Remo - Member of Kurdistan Democratic Party
  • Issa Danho - Member of Democratic Union Party
  • Gorgin Issa - Kurdish Democratic Unity Party
  • Celeng Kano'o - Member of Roj Party
  • Mohammad Shafiq Murad - Kurdish Democratic Unity Party
  • Noureddin Shaker - Department of Peace Committee in Al-Jazeera Region
  • Mohsen Al-Dulaimi - Director of the Media Office of Al-Sanadid Forces
  • Talal Al-Asi - Head of the Conservative Party
  • Civan Kilo - Member of the Fraternity Party
  • Hassan Al-Hussein - Member of Fraternity Party
  • Fassal Al-Hussein - National Coordination Body

The joint head of the representation of the Syrian Democratic Council in Washington and the head of the Syriac Party in Syria, Bassam Ishaq, also participated in the dialogue session via the "Zoom", and the member of the Yazidi Federation in Syria, Fawaz Ayo from Germany.

The dialogue session dealt with several axes about the work and establishment of the Syrian Constitutional Committee, the Geneva conferences and their results, the political process in Syria, and how to reach a political settlement of the situation in Syria.

The session was moderated by Dr. Abeer Hassaf, while the member of the Constitutional Committee, Dr. Dorsen Oskan, participated in the session later via the “Zoom”.

The Secretary of the Democratic Peace Party, Talal Qafour, said during the session that the Syrian people were the only ones who did not attend all the conferences held to resolve the Syrian crisis, and that international agendas and interests were present.

In turn, the official of the reconciliation committees in Al-Jazeera region, Noureddin Shaker, said that social justice is missing and that the sincere intention are absent from the Middle East in general, and that this is the reason for the lack of solutions to crises throughout history.

Shaker indicated that the evidence for this is the perpetration of many massacres, adding that reconciliation takes place when the truth is reached and when people get their rights.

Gorgin Issa, a member of the Kurdish Democratic Unity Party, pointed out that the constitution that protects the population is formulated according to religious, ethnic and racial diversity, and is made by the will of the people and guarantees their rights and not according to the interests of the countries calling for it.

The co-chair of the Syrian Democratic Council representation in Washington and the head of the Syriac Party in Syria, Mr. Bassam Isac, also participated in the session via the Zoom.

Isac spoke about the importance of separating religion from the state, and preserving the cultures in Syria.

Isac pointed to the importance of the right to learn in the mother tongue, and focused on the negative interference of external parties that control the fate of the Syrian people, and who reject the participation of all Syrians in the constitutional committee to draft their constitution.

Isac added that Turkey, the Syrian regime and Iran reject the participation of representatives from Northeastern Syria represented by the Autonomous Administration with its political and military wings.

Isac stressed that those who should participate in drafting the constitution are the people of the Syrian interior who know very well the extent of the suffering experienced by the people of religions and components in Syria. In turn, a member of the Constitutional Committee, Dr. Dorsen Oskan, spoke about the nine Geneva meetings, and the lack of seriousness of all parties in order to reach a solution to the Syrian crisis.

Dr. Oskan added that constitutional issues were addressed in only one Geneva conference, while the rest of the sessions were a waste of time by the participating parties.

For her part, the session facilitator, Dr. Abeer Hassaf, spoke 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.

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, which included:
• Involving the Autonomous Administration, especially its political party, in drafting the Syrian constitution.
• Recognition of the Autonomous Administration as a legitimate administration in Northeastern Syria.
• Recognition of women's right.
• A decentralized, democratic, secular system of government.
• Recognition of all cultures and religions in Syria, the right to learn in the mother tongue..
• Activating the role of civil society.
• The name of the country should be: The Syrian Republic.
• Considering the Kurdish and Syriac languages ​​as official national languages, similar to the Arabic language.
• Relying on the principle of equitable distribution of the underground resources.
• Reclaiming the occupied Syrian territories and preventing demographic change.
• Relying on the principle of political pluralism and abolishing the principle of one-party rule.
• Not specifying the religion, gender and ethnicity of the Syrian President.
• Separation of religion and state.

Ezdina Organization had organized its dialogue session within the project "A Constitution That Protects Us" at the Yazidi House in the town of Tirbespiyê on June 14, in the presence of representatives of the religious and national communities in the town and its countryside.

It is noteworthy that Ezdina launched a new project in Northeastern Syria, under the title "A Constitution That Protects Us", starting on February 23, 2021.



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A Constitution That Protects Us - Ezdina Organization: Ezdina concludes its project "A Constitution That Protects Us" with a session for civil society leaders in Tirbespiyê/Al-Qahtaniya
Ezdina concludes its project "A Constitution That Protects Us" with a session for civil society leaders in Tirbespiyê/Al-Qahtaniya
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