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Hawar news agency (ANHA) interviewed with the co-chair of the Kurdistan Democratic Peace Party Talal Mohammed on the statements made by the Syrian President Bashar al-Assad on Syria's future, and how this will affect the Syrian crisis after 8 years. Mohammed said, "After eradicating IS gangs, the Syrian crisis will enter a new stage to find new strategy, and will motivate all parties to find a solution to the political crisis to suit the aspirations of the Syrian people in various components."
Mohammed continued, "The entry of the Syrian crisis into a new phase with regional and international pressure and care will contribute to alleviating the reality of this crisis, especially through a democratic constitution. This raises the fears of the Syrian regime that may affect its policy in the region, and that was clear in the speech and statements made by the President of the Syrian regime Bashar al-Assad recently. "
Mohammed said that al-Assad's recent statements underscored the regime's unwillingness to resolve the Syrian crisis. "The recent statements made by al-Assad confirm the contradictions in the regime and the regime's dependence on more than one external party manipulating the fate of the country. And this shows that the regime is divided into several parties, each of which contradicts the other and has a different vision of the other parties, and shows that the Syrian regime and its President Bashar al-Assad is not ready to enter a democratic stage to reach a comprehensive solution to the Syrian crisis amid fears of the regime from the demise of one-party policy, one flag and central Syria."
He noted that these statements do not serve the current stage and do not serve even projects that aim at resolving the Syrian crisis, which began in 2011, and they indicates that the Baathist regime is still trying to prolong the life of the Syrian crisis, and get away from the solutions to limit prolonging the crisis. Mohammed said, "Prolonging the crisis for the Baathist regime means to prolong its life in power and rule by one party," describing his remarks to be far from the spirit of responsibility seeking to resolve the Syrian crisis.
Mohammed concluded his speech saying, "The solution to the Syrian crisis lies in the fact that Syria would be pluralistic, decentralized with a democratic system and a consensual government with the participation of all the components of the country together with the participation of all Syrian opposition parties in drafting a consensual constitution. The unity of the Syrian people and the solution of the Syrian crisis may not satisfy some of the international and regional parties, especially Turkey, as well as the Baathist regime, as it seeks to adhere to its projects in the region and adhere to the individual rule."