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Reform Process
Reform Process

New Political Life demands New Parties in Syria

(Dp-news – Sana)

DAMASCUS- In a dialogue symposium under the title "Reform Process…Political, Religious and Legal Vision" at Damascus University, Foreign and Expatriates Minister Walid al-Moallem on Wednesday said the new political life in Syria demands new parties to be formed with a political, economic and social program so that each citizen can join whatever party he chooses.

Foreign and Expatriates Minister al-Moallem referred to the currently prepared new information law which will provide press space for to-be-formed parties.

He also pointed out to the new elections law taking, into consideration that the new parties will compete in the elections for the coming parliamentary term.



Minister al-Moallem stressed that Syria's foreign policy is based on solid adherence to national sovereignty, independence of national decision, support to the Palestinian cause and commitment to liberating the occupied Golan and all the occupied Arab territories.

Al-Moallem said the recently held consultative meeting was only a preparatory meeting for the national dialogue conference, noting that President Bashar al-Assad's vision for leading the political and economic changes in the Syrian society is unchanged.

The Minister said that Syria's geographical location at the heart of the Middle East and its role in the policies and balances of the Arab world and the region in general, in addition to being neighbor to Israel have made Syria a target of external conspiracies that serve the interests of some parties.

"Despite the huge difficulties that Syria witnessed in the last few years and the isolation and siege attempts; Syria managed under the leadership of President Bashar al-Assad to preserve its national stances," added al-Moallem.

He stressed that the Syrian family needs to adhere to the national unity to make Syria a country of democracy and human freedom to shut the doors before the external challenges and emerge from the crisis stronger.

He pointed out that the political side of the current crisis in Syria reflects its risks as far as external and possible interference and the unfortunate division it makes.

Minister al-Moallem called on Syrians to unite in support of the stability of the democratic and immune Syria, in which all the Syrians are equal under the umbrella of the Syrian flag.

In his speech at the symposium, Minister of Awqaf (Religious Endowments) Mohammad Abdul-Sattar al-Sayyed stressed the only legitimate fatwa of Syria's scholars is to curb sedition, prohibit sabotage, ban demonstrating and stop bloodshed, indicating that those who use mosques to call for demonstrations have nothing to do with the prayers as they are only implementing foreign agendas to incite people through raising religious slogans.

For his part, Head of Corruption Combating Committee, Judge Mohammad al-Ghafri, said the Committee's job is to set up principles and regulations to encourage honesty, equality, justice and transparency towards developing clear and specific mechanisms for combating all forms of corruption.

Scholar Mohammad Saeed Ramadan al-Bouti declared taking to the streets as unlawful and banned especially when it leads to sabotage, saying that calls for reform must be regulated as to emerge from inside the state and not be linked with foreign calls or use the streets as a springboard.

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