NORTH AND EAST SYRIA — In a statement to SuroyoTV, member of the Hasakah branch of the Syriac Women’s Union in North and East Syria Sham Qiryo spoke about her participation, alongside Reem Marcho, also a member of the Union, the Ezdina Foundation’s dialogue session ‘A Constitution that Protects Us’.
Qiryo stated that the session focused on the work of the Syrian Constitutional Committee meetings in Geneva and the conferences held from 2012 to 2020, in addition to demanding the implementation of U.N. Security Council Resolution No. 2254.
According to Qiryo, the dialogue session included several interventions for a new constitution for Syria, noting that they had come up with 12 items, including changing the name of the Syrian Arab Republic to the Syrian Republic, establishing a decentralized and pluralist model of government, and abolishing gender discrimination clauses in the Personal Status Law.
Qiryo also said that all participants in the session called for the Democratic Autonomous Administration (DAA) in North and East Syria be represented in the Constitutional Committee by the Syrian Democratic Council (SDC).