Writer: Parties fought against ISIS must be involved in drafting constitution

 A Syriac writer criticized the UN's disregard for the involvement of the Autonomous Administration of North and East of Syria in the constitution drafting process, and added" the UN must invite those who have maintained the territorial integrity of Syria, and fight mercenaries, not those who sponsor terrorism."

The writer and member of the Syriac Cultural Society, Hanna Soumi, pointed out that the declared constitutional committee does not represent the Syrian people.

Hanna Soumi explained that the absence of representatives of the components of northern and eastern Syria came with an international Turkish veto rejecting the will of the peoples of the region, under various names and pretexts. He said: "Turkey and European countries by not involving the components of northern and eastern Syria in the constitutional committee to implement its agenda in the region through its mercenaries in the so-called Syrian opposition."

And pointed out that UN must take into consideration to invite all parties who fought against ISIS ganga, not invitation of its supporters, and said:" UN must invite who have preserved the the territorial integrity of Syria, and fought mercenaries, and liberated thousands of Syrian people from terrorist groups, not the invitation of those who sponsor terrorism, and divides Syria, the components of northern and eastern Syria, with its Autonomous Administration and military forces, managed to preserve the country, and to manage itself away from external agendas.

Hanna Soumi pointed out that the fate of the Constitutional Committee failed because of the exclusion of representatives of the Syrian people, especially the components of northern and eastern Syria, which are Autonomous Administration. He said: "The components of the region continue in its march and manage itself until a solution to the Syrian crisis away from those whose hands are stained with the blood of the Syrian people, especially those who participated today in the committee that was announced."

(T/S)

ANHA 


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