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The Syrian Democratic Council is preparing to announce a "unified civil administration" in northern Syria Empty The Syrian Democratic Council is preparing to announce a "unified civil administration" in northern Syria

Post by RamblerNash on Thu Aug 16, 2018 11:17 pm

The Syrian Democratic Council is preparing to announce a "unified civil administration" in northern Syria

In coordination with America

Narin Kobani  16/08/2018 - 15:57 News / Kurdistan

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Fighters of the Syrian Democratic Forces, the military wing of the Syrian Democratic Council

A Kurdish source close to the Democratic Party of the Democratic Party (PYD) said on Thursday that the Democratic Syrian Council, the political wing of Syria's democratic forces and in coordination with the United States of America, is preparing to declare a "democratic civil administration" in northern Syria in a move aimed at unifying "autonomous and civil administrations" Under "one administration".

"In conjunction with attempts to negotiate with the Syrian regime, the Democratic Council of Syria is in coordination with the United States to announce a democratic civil administration in a move aimed at unifying the autonomous and civil administrations in the areas liberated by Syria's democratic forces in the north and east of Syria," the source told Basnews. Under one management ».

The source pointed out that «the Syrian Democratic Council is preparing to announce the democratic civil administration soon in all areas liberated by the Syrian democratic forces, which includes Raqqa, Deir al-Zour, Hasaka, Manbj, Kubani, Tal White and Qamshlo and the rest of the other regions to form a unified territory led by one administration».

As for the position of the United States of America on the project of "democratic civil administration of northern Syria," the new source said: "All steps are discussed at higher levels before going into the application field on the ground," he said.

He pointed out that «the Council of Syria's democracy is keen to maintain its alliance with the International Coalition will not make any diplomatic step unless it was approved by the United States or at least with tacit consent».

The source said that "the step of announcing the project of the democratic civil administration to the north of Syria is a point of strength and a basis for the Democratic Council of Syria in its talks with the regime, which rejects his demands until the moment."

"We and the regime disagree on the issue of the implementation of Law 107 (local administration law), because their concern is now the next local administration elections in mid-September, and we are thinking about the project," said Riad Darrar, head of Massad. Decentralization of the future Syria ».

"The Local Administration Law of 2011 does not serve the aspirations that our people have fought for," he said.

On Monday, the Democratic Unionist Party (PYD) and parties close to it held an American-sponsored meeting in the town of Ain Issa, north of Raqqa, to discuss a new system of democratic self-management commensurate with the local administration offered by the Syrian regime, according to a Basnews source.

The source explained that «the purpose of the meeting is to discuss a new system of self-management consistent with the Constitution, especially with regard to the Law 107 of the local administration».

Syria's democratic forces (Kurdish units form its nucleus) control 28 percent of the country, making it the second dominant force on the ground, after the regime's forces, which control about 60 percent.

http://www.basnews.com/index.php/ar/news/kurdistan/459648
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