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Dr. Jamil: There is no place for “Federalism” and “Autonomy” in Syria, and We are with a “Centralized – Decentralized” System.

Channel and website Carpel MEDYA made a long interview with Dr. Kadri Jamil on September 10. In the interview, Dr. Seve Izouli discussed with Dr. Jamil the Memorandum of Understanding signed between the People’s Will Party and the Syrian Democratic Council. They also discussed the circumstance in which it was formulated, signing it, the stances of different forces on it, and what can be based on it later.

Press Release by Russian Foreign Ministry on Bogdanov-Jamil Meeting

On September 10, the Special Representative of the President of the Russian Federation for the Middle East and African Countries, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Russia Mikhail Bogdanov received the representative of the leadership of Front for Change and Liberation, the head of Moscow Platform of the Syrian opposition, Kadri Jamil.

The Memorandum of Understanding, Its Meaning, Objectives, and Fates

The first thing to be recorded as an advantage of the memorandum of understanding signed between People’s Will Party and the Syrian Democratic Council in Moscow last Monday, 31/8/2020, is that it was the product of a Syrian-Syrian dialogue without intermediaries, and that it provided an example of how two different Syrian parties can make mutual concessions through dialogue, without abandoning their principles, in order to reach common ground.

 

Press Release by Front for Change and Liberation

The Front for Change and Liberation was informed of the activities carried out by the representative delegation in Moscow today, including the meetings with the Russian Foreign Ministry and its team headed by Mr. Sergey Lavrov, as well as the signing of a memorandum of understanding between one of the Front’s components (People’s Will Party) and the Syrian Democratic Council.

Comprehending the Meaning of Extremism!

Extremism in the public political field can be simply defined as being detached from reality, manifested by insisting on raising unattainable slogans. The extremists, over time, reach a satisfactory and chronic state of denial. We can see this in the Syrian case with an endless number of examples and it does not stop at the limits of “settling matters” (as in the regime settling things militarily) and “toppling” (as in toppling the regime).

It Is 2254 Syrian Time, Right Now!

Since the moment of its issuance in late 2015, the UNSC Resolution 2254 has represented a condensed expression of two fundamental issues. The first is the new international balance of power by which the global US-Western bullying is over, which consequently means the end of the era characterized by imposition of the forms of governance and economy on independent states from outside, whether this was used to be done through direct traditional colonialism, various forms of neo-colonialism, or through variant and complex combinations of both.

Regarding the Alleged “Meeting” of the Negotiations Commission

On March 29, The Syrian Coalition of the Syrian Opposition held an internal virtual meeting, which was attended by some of the former independents within the Negotiations Commission as well as some representatives of the "military factions component", some of whom do not hide their explicit affiliation with the Coalition.

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