Several days ago, the Syrian city of As-Suwayda witnessed demonstrations calling for an improvement in living conditions, securing the necessities of life, giving the Syrian people their freedom, and stopping the practices of the security services and the pressures faced by the Syrian people. One of the demands of the people of As-Suwayda was the Autonomous Administration.
In this regard, our agency held a meeting with the co-chair of the Executive Council of the Autonomous Administration of North and East Syria, Amina Ossi, who confirmed that the Autonomous Administration project is not specific to north and east Syria, but it must be applied by all regions that revolt against authoritarian regimes.
She added, "The people of As-Suwayda have demanded Autonomous -administration since last year, but this request did not appear on the scene because of the pro-regime media. Every people can prove their right if they are able to organize themselves."
Amina Ossi stressed that the people's demands are to secure social and economic services, and the most important demand is to manage themselves, especially with the length of the Syrian crisis. She added, "All areas of the regime suffer from poor living conditions, so As-Suwayda was the first spark and demanded improvement of conditions and demanded Autonomous Administration"
'We insist on resolving the crisis internally through dialogue'
Amina Ossi explained, "We have always insisted on resolving the crisis internally through Syrian dialogue, because the continuation of the Syrian crisis has its main goal being submission and legitimizing the regime that wants to restore its control over Syria and northeastern Syria as before 2011."
Amina Ossi pointed out that "the peoples' demands are right, they want to live with dignity. We always say that we, the sons and daughters of north and east Syria, will support every people who wants to rule themselves."
It called on the people of As-Suwayda to organize their ranks and form a defense mechanism that would defend these institutions, and to form a clear vision while demanding their legitimate rights, and not to politicize them for foreign agendas and drag them into other conspiracies, and these agendas would be a reason for the failure of their project and their demands, the necessity of doing these things would be a success for their goals and project.
Amina Ossi pointed out that "the prospects for a solution to the Syrian crisis are still far away, except through the Syrian dialogue, as this is the only solution." Caesar and tightening the siege, through which the crisis deepens, especially under the regime and its weak capabilities to meet the needs of the people.
"We are evaluating the situation in As-Suwayda, which is part of Syria, and solidarity with the people of As-Suwayda is what is required of all Syrian components and regions, so that these demands become implemented on the ground," Amina Ossi said.
"It is necessary to come up with a clear political vision and a decentralized system, and to stand side by side, and we appeal to our people in those areas to be steadfast and steadfast until their demands are achieved, and for the internal national opposition to have a clear decision, in order to be able to impose the required change."
Amina Ossi concluded her speech by saying, "The Autonomous Administration appreciates the efforts of the sons and daughters of As-Suwayda, and its dignitaries, who play a leading role in these protests demanding dignity and justice, and we in the Autonomous Administration will work with all our capabilities to support the people of As-Suwayda so that they can manage themselves, and we will not skimp on all of our people in general. Syria for this desired goal.