Brusk Hassan – Xeber24.net
The International Coalition of Syrian Revolutionary and Opposition Forces is trying to make a change in its political vision, after the recent pressures it has been subjected to by the United States of America and its special envoy, Joel Raybrunn, who demanded that the opposition’s positions be compatible with the positions of the Syrian Democratic Forces.
According to a special source from Antep for “Xeber24”, the Syrian opposition is trying to make changes in the draft of the political vision, and it holds several meetings with opposition parties who are outside the framework of the coalition to include some of them in the ranks of the coalition and make a change in its political vision to be the largest Syrian opposition framework that represents everybody.
The source added that the coalition’s attempts came after direct pressure from the US envoy, “Raybrunn,” who stressed during his last meeting with the opposition delegation headed by Nasr al-Hariri the need for the opposition’s vision to meet the Syrian Democratic Forces and fight “AL-Assad”.
In the same context, the Syrian National Coalition received, on Friday, representatives of a group of Syrian political parties, currents and blocs, represented and not represented in the National Coalition, with the aim of discussing a draft of the national political vision that the coalition is preparing to announce in the coming days.
In his statement, the head of the Syrian coalition, Nasr Al-Hariri, said, “The Syrian revolution is undergoing difficult challenges internally and externally, adding that these challenges have placed the National Coalition on the shoulders of developing its political vision to carry out new tasks that were not entrusted to it at the beginning of its formation.”
Hariri said: “The political vision must be renewed in a way that preserves the fundamentals of the Syrian revolution to keep pace with the current reality,” noting that the political body prepared a draft of the national political vision, but it has not been approved yet, and it is subject to amendment.
He added: “The challenges that exist push us to work together,” and indicated that a comprehensive review of the institutions of the revolution and the bodies and institutions in which they operate must be carried out, considering that this is an important work and tops the list of priorities in the National Coalition as the legitimate representative of the Syrian people.
This is the first time that the Syrian opposition announces a complete review of all its political body, institutions and political vision, after days of its negotiations with the Special Envoy for Syria Joel Raybrunn on August 27, 2020 in Turkey.
Translation: Selava Omar