Autonomous Administration: There will be no polls in the self-management areas

The Autonomous Administration of North and East Syria confirmed that the People's Assembly elections scheduled for July 19 do not mean the Autonomous Administration, neither near nor far, and it said: "There will be no ballot boxes in the areas of the Autonomous Administration of North and East Syria."

The statements of the Autonomous Administration of North and East Syria came on the tongue of the spokesperson for the Autonomous Administration Loqman Ahmi during a press conference organized in the Department of Foreign Relations in Qamishlo.

Loqman Ahmi explained that while the Syrians are looking for a peaceful solution to the Syrian crisis that spanned over ten years, the Syrian regime insists on proceeding with its approach to see the Syrian crisis as if nothing had happened since 2011 till now.

Loqman pointed out that the Syrian government's insistence on holding elections for the People's Assembly is nothing but an insistence to follow the path that it has followed since the beginning of the Syrian crisis, namely, its failure to see any crisis in Syria, and its acceptance of the participation of any Syrian parties in the Syrian-Syrian dialogue to find a solution to the crisis.

Loqman Ahmi said: "The People's Assembly elections scheduled for July 19 do not mean the Autonomous Administration , neither near nor far." He explained that: "There will be no ballot boxes in the regions of the Autonomous  Administration of North and East Syria."

Loqman Ahmi noted that they aspire the Syrian government to invite the opposition and various Syrian forces in Syria to a meeting for holding a dialogue to resolve the crisis through the Syrian-Syrian dialogue, in addition to setting constitutional principles for the Syrian constitution, and then going to the general legislative elections.

Ahmi confirmed that they in the Autonomous Administration of North and East Syria do not join any individual decision, such as the holding of People's Assembly elections.

ANHA


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