Democratic Political Transition.
Since the beginning of the conflict in 2011, Syrians have been calling for a free, democratic and inclusive Syria. For these calls, we have been bombed, besieged, imprisoned, and displaced by our own government. Peaceful demonstrations were met with brutal violence and detention, and the level of violence used by the regime against its own people has only escalated over the last six years. After all the Syrian people have endured, we are only more serious about our original demand: a political transition toward a Syria that is fair, democratic and inclusive.
What Syrians want.
1. A political transition.
After six years of brutality at the hands of the Assad regime, a political transition must be central to any settlement of the conflict.
Our demands that brought us to the streets in 2011 have not changed: a Syria that is free, inclusive, and democratically elected.
3. Inclusivity and representation.
Any future Syrian government must be inclusive and representative of all Syrians. Peace negotiations should work to ensure the inclusion of women and minorities at all levels of government.
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