Those who are included in constitutional committee do not represent will of Syrian people

The mothers of the martyrs made it clear that the lack of participation of the components of northern and eastern Syria and the participation of representatives of those who sacrificed their lives for Syria in the drafting committee of the constitution is unacceptable.

The reactions of the people of northern and eastern Syria continue to reject the formation of the Syrian Constitution Drafting Committee, announced by the UN Secretary-General, Antonio Guterres, on September 23, where the representatives of the Autonomous Administration of northern and eastern Syria was absent.

Shamsi Khan Kelo is one of the participants in the vigil organized by Kongra Star in front of the United Nations headquarters in Qamishlo on 1 October.

She was carrying a picture of her son, a fighter in the ranks of the YPG, Noureddine Kelo, who was martyred where the martyrs defeated Jabhat al-Nusra mercenaries attacks on the city of Aleppo in 2013, said that the components of northern and eastern Syria should have been invited before anyone else to draft the Syrian constitution, because they gave their lives in defense of Syria, they fought mercenaries.

In response to the absence of representatives of the components of northern and eastern Syria from the Constitutional Committee, Kongra Star organized a protest in front of the UN headquarters, in which the protesters showed that the constitution they did not participate in would not adhere to it.

The mother of the fighter in the Syrian Democratic Forces, Rasho Hassan, who was martyred during the battle to liberate the Syrian city of Manbij in 2016, Amna Amin, stressed the need to involve the components of northern and eastern Syria in the determination of Syria's fate.

The wife of fighter Aref Jarbou, who was martyred during the repelling of ISIS mercenaries on the Tel Barak area of Tel Hamis district, and the mother of the fighter Faisal, who was martyred during the repulsion of ISIS fighters against the town of Al-Shadada in 2016, Fatima Al-Jassim explained: "Drafting the Syrian constitution without representatives of the Autonomous Administration will not lead to a solution to the Syrian crisis, and we do not accept our exclusion from writing our destiny.

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