“The Autonomous Administration project can resolve the Syrian crisis”
The Future Syria Party Manbij Council President stated that Syria faces a war due to the mentality of Damascus government and the rightest way for a solution is the unification of political forces and constituents without external interferences.
The war in Syria continues despite the death of hundreds of thousands of people, immigration of millions and downfall of the country. The Damascus government’s desire to return to the pre-2011 situation without taking no lesson from the recent history is among the main factors sustaining the crisis. The Future Syria Party Manbij Council President Ezab El-Ebud assessed the issue for ANHA.
‘DAMASCUS GOVERNMENT INTENDS TO RETURN TO PRE-2011’
EL-Ebud stated that Damascus government adopts wrong policies and continued, “The policies of Damascus government provoked the war extending over a long time and caused the gangs to organise in the region. Such a political stance is one of the main obstacles to solution. Because of the war, millions of people immigrated, hundreds of thousands of people died, infrastructure of the country was exhausted and social solidarity was eliminated. These negative consequences led the country to a critical deadlock. Now, Damascus government intends to return the country to the pre-2011 period. It attempts to impose its fascist and monist mentality on whole Syria. Damascus government does not want to believe in the fact that the people tore down the walls of fear. Therefore, it avoids developing dialog for solution.”
‘DEMORACY IS INDISPENSIBLE FOR SYRIA’
Indicating the necessity of a 3rd way for a solution to the Syrian crisis, El-Ebud told: “Damascus government must stop deepening the crisis. It must keep the channels for dialog open. Democracy is indispensable for Syria. Unrests and instigations among peoples must be avoided. Incidents like the conflicts between Difa Al-Watani (National Defense Forces, NDF) and Internal Security Forces must be avoided.”
‘THE AUTONOMOUS ADMINISTRATION MODEL MUST BE ADOPTED IN WHOLE SYRIA’
El-Ebud expressed that she finds the resistance of the Autonomous Administration against ISIS and the Turkish state hope-inspiring, and continued, “The Autonomous Administration project must be built everywhere in Syria. This model is a requirement for a permanent solution. In this context, the international community must put more pressure on concerned parties of the crisis in Syria. United Nations resolution 2254 must be put into practice. A democratic and participatory approach for a solution must be based on. Both the disintegrated state in Syria and the economic crisis can be resolved through this approach.”
‘A NEW CONSTITUTION IS NEEDED’
Pointing out the necessity of reconciliation on a new constitution, El-Ebud lastly said: “The politicians must pay attention to demands of all Syrians. Everyone must be represented in this constitution that must base on democracy and human rights. The new constitution must be able to resolve all of the crises and establish internal stability in Syria. Hence, such a unity will also hamper the external forces that seek an instigation.”