ISTANBUL — A Syrian romantic says a organisation of antithesis members are set to announce a inhabitant legislature in their bid to benefaction a joined front opposite President Bashar Assad’s regime.
Louay Safi, a U.S.-based academic, tells a AP a organisation of activists will on Thursday announce a 130-member council, done adult of 60 banished opponents and 70 dissidents inside Syria.
Members of a organisation have been assembly in adjacent Turkey in an try to form a one platform, nonetheless not everybody among Syria’s opposition, fragmented by beliefs and mistrust, supports their initiative.
Safi says a Council is broad-based and includes Sunnis, Shiites, Alawites, Kurds and members of a Muslim Brotherhood. He says it is “open to everybody unless they are opposite democracy.”