Thousands of components of Qamishlo canton have marched today in front of the March 12 stadium towards the United Nations headquarters in the city of Qamishlo in northern and eastern Syria, condemning the absence of representatives of the components of northern and eastern Syria from the drafting committee of the Syrian Constitution, announced by the Secretary-General of the United Nations Antonio Guterres on September 23.
Thousands of Kurds, Arabs and Syrians, members of civil society institutions in the city, and representatives of the Democratic Autonomous Administration of al-Jazeera canton have taken part in the march, under the slogan "A constitution we did not participate in."
The crowds at the March 12 stadium marched towards the tent set up by Kongra Star on Tuesday in front of the UN headquarters to denounce the absence of representatives of northern and eastern Syria from the Constitutional Committee, holding the photos of the fighters martyred during repelling attacks by ISIS mercenaries, mercenary factions and the regime on the north and east. Syria. "No constitution without the Autonomous Administration", "no constitution we do not participate in, we will not abide by", "There are representatives of ISIS and Nusra ... where are representatives of freedom and peace fighters", "We will not accept the Treaty of Lausanne", and "Our constitution is our social contract that has been under the blood of our martyrs."
The crowds, who marched in front of the March 12 stadium towards the United Nations headquarters, chanted slogans condemning the absence of the components of northern and eastern Syria from the Constitutional Committee and slogans saluting the martyrs.
As the crowds arrived at the UN headquarters on Siyahi road in Qamishlo, the march turned into a sit-in. During the sit-in, the co-chair of the executive council in Al-Jazeera, Nazira Korea, addressed the Syrian regime, Turkey and the countries intervening in the Syrian crisis to miss the components of northern and eastern Syria from all the talks. She said: "Any constitution will be written without the Autonomous Administration of northern and eastern Syria aimed at prolonging the life of the Syrian crisis and will not lead to a solution."
The sit-in continued until a delegation of six people from the Kurds, Arabs, Syriacs and some religious figures entered the UN headquarters to hand over the demands of the crowds, through which the people condemned the recent UN resolution and the absence of the components of northern and eastern Syria from the drafting committee of the Syrian constitution and the necessity to represent all Syrian components.
The delegation explained that the UN representatives in Qamishlo confirmed that they would convey the demands of the residents to the UN representative in Damascus and then to its headquarters in Washington, as well as to the parties concerned with the decision regarding the drafting committee of the Syrian constitution.