On Friday, the 15th of March marks the ninth anniversary of the outbreak of the Syrian revolution, which began in the city of Daraa to extend to the rest of the Syrian regions and the people are going out in demonstrations that demanded some reforms to turn later to the demand to overthrow the Baathist regime.
With this anniversary, the Kurdistan Democratic Peace Party issued a statement to the public, in which it pointed out that the Syrians must sit at the table of dialogue and understanding as brothers.
the text of the statement is:
"The 15th of March marks the ninth anniversary of the outbreak of the Syrian revolution, which began in Daraa to spread to the rest of the country. The people took part in peaceful mass demonstrations against one of the most powerful regimes of the modern era, but the regime met those demonstrations with repression, using bullets, tanks and cannons as a means of understanding with the demands of the Syrian people, which was despised by the most despicable despotism throughout the years of Baath rule.
These demonstrations, which initially called for some reforms, later turned into a demand to overthrow the regime. This change in demands did not come about until the authoritarian regime insisted on burying the voices that dared to take to the streets in an attempt to crush it entirely.
The arrogance of this regime, and its arrogance to listen to the demands of the Syrian people and its insistence on confronting these demands with excessive violence, has pushed Syria to another turning point that the Syrian people never wanted, an armed turning point. As a result of this transformation, Syria became a battlefield, and some of them intervened under the pretext that Syria is exposed to an international conspiracy. In order to achieve these interests, each country was quick to use the appropriate means in the face of the other state, which made Syria a scene of the killing, destruction and sabotage.
In the face of these conflicts and international interests, radical Islamic organizations have emerged on the scene, by actors with interests in their emergence, (IS and Jabhat al-Nusra) gangs.
These gangs sought to establish Islamic emirates in contrast to what the Syrians were seeking at the beginning of their movement against the regime, and as some countries have interests in the emergence of such gangs, especially Turkey, has rushed to finance and support them with various support, until these gangs are in control of large parts of Syria, and thus ruled the term "Syrian revolution" to become " an Islamic revolution, "which served the regime indirectly.
In the midst of this chaos, a democratic project emerged in the north-east of Syria, in which the various components participated in a united and mutually supportive manner. This project soon attracted international attention, especially after the great victories achieved by the People's and Women's Protection Units(YPG and YPJ) and the Syrian Democratic Forces(SDF) against terrorism , since the parties of the conflict (the regime - the opposition) and their supporters, do not have any democratic project to restore life to Syria, as much as they have a project entrenching the concepts of rupture and cancellation and the monopoly of power, and they still seek to frustrate this project.
We in the Kurdistan Democratic Peace Party reaffirm our assertion that there is no solution in Syria only by a democratic political solution that satisfies all parties. In the end, the Syrians have no choice but to sit at the table of dialogue and that the democratic project that was implemented in North and East of Syria is the best project for the Syrian problem