AA warns losing control of ISIS detainees in the event of Turkish attack

The Autonomous Administration (AA) commissioned all its bodies and offices to prepare the general budget for 2020, during a meeting.

The meeting, which was held at the headquarters of the Autonomous Administration’s bodies in Ain Issa district, was attended by the co-chair of the Executive Council, Abdul Hamid Al-Mehbash and Berivan Khalid, and the co-chair of the Autonomous Administration’s bodies and the seven governing bodies.

The meeting started by discussing the latest political developments in the region. The participants discussed the Constitutional Committee and the diplomatic efforts of the United Nations to resolve the Syrian crisis.

The participants unanimously expressed their views on the committee and agreed that the excluding the representatives of the Autonomous Administration from the Constitutional Committee is to deny 5 million Syrians’ participation in the drafting of the constitution that charts the future of Syria.

As for the Turkish threats, the participants stressed that any attack on the areas of northern and eastern Syria would destabilize the security and stability of the region and would have serious consequences with the presence of thousands of Daesh and their families in the prisons and camps of the Autonomous Administration regions, which may be difficult to control if Turkey carries out its threats.

The attendees then discussed the monthly reports of the AA’s bodies and the seven boards of directors in terms of the most important work accomplished and the problems and difficulties encountered during the work.

After the meeting agreed to establish a mechanism for the preparation of the general budget, the AA instructed all its bodies, offices and seven councils to begin preparing the general budget for 2020 and submit it to the Executive Council for study.

The Autonomous Administration system adopts the quarterly budget system, whereby its bodies and councils spend 4 budgets during the year, each budget for a period of 3 months, in order to facilitate and speed up the work.



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