BEIRUT, LEBANON (4:30 P.M.) – The Hawar News Agency released a detailed report that highlighted all of the topics that are going to be discussed with the Syrian government.

According to the report, the following is the Syrian Democratic Council’s (SDF) roadmap to peace:

1.Unity of the Syrian land

2 The system in Syria is a democratic republic, and Autonomous Administration is part of this system.

3 Autonomous Administrations have representatives in parliament in the center of Damascus, through their representatives.

4 Along with the Syrian flag, there should be flags representing Autonomous Administrations.

5. Diplomacy in the areas of Autonomous Administrations does not go contrary to the interests of the Syrian people and constitution.

6 Syrian Democratic Forces are part of the Syrian army, which is responsible for protecting the Syrian border.

7. The Internal Security Forces in the areas of Autonomous Administration operate according to the local councils in a manner that does not contradict with the Syrian constitution.

8. Learning in the mother tongue is the basis of education in the areas of Autonomous Administration, and Arabic is the official language throughout Syria.

9. In Autonomous Administration areas, education in local languages is taught in faculties of history, culture, languages, literature and the like.

10. Distributing the Syrian wealth to the Syrian regions in a fair manner.

Earlier this week, Al-Masdar reported that the Syrian Kurds and Damascus have restarted peace talks in order to achieve a peaceful settlement before the Turkish regime attempts to implement their safe zone.

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Zena Shaw

Lol those YPG terrorists are delusional give the land back to the government especially Arab and Assyrian areas like Raqqa, Deir ezzor and Hasakah or be invaded and destroyed by Turkey like in Afrin it’s that simple.

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@Zena, the Sultan’s MIT, NLF mercenaries and IS are the only terrorists in the area.

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PKK is suspect.

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@Sweet Robert, PKK fights in Eastern Anatolia not Syria.

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Exact about terrorists, Stern!

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Nestor Arapa

PKK lucha en territorio Kurdo pero en el lado Turco, otro ejemplo de autonomía los tienen los Kurdos en Irak.

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@Nestor. verdad.

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YPG are NOT terrorists : they are people’s protection units created with Syrian Kurds to protect themselves from Daesh’s aggression after SAA withdrew without fulfilling the duty of ANY national army : protecting their people or else, evacuate them from the war zone!
There are less Arabs than Kurds in Syria. By importance, ethnic groups are repartitioned this way :
1. Aramaeans (ethnic Jews!)
2. Assyrians
3. Kurds

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@Daeshbags-Sux, SAA was over stretched, They could not hold all Syria then. The government could not evacuate all and some were pro opposition then.

p.s. IMHO they are not so much´ethnic but language groups. Each bundled in sub group called religious affiliation. Together all determines who You likely marry. But basically they are like the related Europeans much the same stock.

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Nestor Arapa

Se espera que lleguen a un acuerdo, luego la tarea es expulsar a Erdogan y sus secuaces del territorio Sirio.

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About time.

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The plan is far from perfect but a start.

p.s. Maybe include experiences from other federate states that work. e.g. 10.) No is good. Each party must know who gets which percentage of which tax. Else we have a situation like in Iraq where the center withholds money. Each party must know who must pay which expenses.

Each party must know who regulates what.

And “know” must be cast into the constitution. Because if it is not: in a Federation the normal law of the Federal breaks the normal law of the province. And there will be strife.

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And since you live in a (very well working) federal country, you know what you’re talking about!

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@Daeshbags-Sux, at least I see the basics at work and know where the polititians complain or run to the federal court to sew each other. LOL.

p.s. We see how “fair” portion does not work in Iraq.

There the Federal government cheated so much that the Kurds want to go.