The participants in the Constitutional Reform and the Rule of Law Working Group discussed how to attain constitutional legitimacy after the fall of the Assad regime. The working group unanimously decided that a return to the Constitution of 1950, without modification, would be the ideal solution for achieving this legitimacyRead More..
The stepping down of the head of the current regime, President Bashar al-Assad, will mark the beginning of the transition in Syria. Thus, the Political and Administrative Reform Working Group discussed several scenarios for the end of the crisis, after which an interim government would be formed on the basis of a political agreement based on the conflict’s resolution.Read More..
The Electoral Law Reform Working Group focused on political parties law and the need to establish a system that will ensure party plurality, giving parties a chance to actively participate in rule, alongside the setting of standards for any forthcoming electoral activity. This would guarantee true representation of all sections of society and ensure fair participation for all Syrian provinces and cities, whereby the elections would produce a Parliament that truly represents the Syrian people.Read More..
Syrians know the large impact the present Syrian security apparatus makes on their political, social, and economic life. Therefore, the dismantling and rebuilding of this apparatus is considered, without exception, a vital priority for all Syrians. Therefore, the Security Sector Reform Working Group formulated a vision for the future security system, so that it will be coordinated with the new reality resulting from the revolutionRead More..
The Syrian Expert House considers the doubling of unemployment rates, together with the ongoing decline and impending collapse of the Syrian pound, the most prominent priorities that Syrians will face during the post-Assad transition. In addition, Syria will need to respond to the security requirements in the economy within the shadow of the country’s entry into a large humanitarian crisis and disaster that it has never experienced before in its history.Read More..
More than 120 Syrian and international participants attended the two days of panels and discussions on possible transitional justice and reconciliation programs to be conducted in post-conflict Syria. Representatives from a number of families who had lost family members during the revolution attended.Read More..
10 2016 11:41 PM By Umer Nangiana Source: Gulf Times All he wanted was peace. He fought violence with flowers and killing of...read more
Source: EA WorldView By Zoe Holman July 9, 2014 08:37 In two days of briefings, a delegation from Syria’s opposition abroad has pressed for...read more
The Centre for the Study of Islam and Democracy (CSID) organized a symposium on “the plan and the future of the democratic transition in...read more
LE MONDE | 28.03.2014 à 17h49 • Mis à jour le 31.03.2014 à 10h03 | Propos recueillis par Cécile Hennion (Beyrouth, correspondante) Radwan...read more
Le Nouvel Observateur Publié le 28-03-2014 à 17h13 | Par Céline Lussato Pour Radwan Ziadeh, chargé de la Justice transitionnelle au sein du...read more
Prominent Syrian opposition figures are presenting a plan for a political transition should President Bashar Assad’s government fall. The...read more
ANKARA, Turkey — Prominent Syrian opposition figures are presenting a plan for a political transition should President Bashar Assad’s government...read more
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