The Geneva sessions of “constitution” meetings continue to be held within the sixth round, in a positive atmosphere, in which it became clear the impact of the recent terrorist attack on a military overnight in the President Bridge area yesterday, which led to the death of 14 people and the wounding of dozens.
A member of the mini-committee for discussing the constitution, on behalf of the civil society delegation, Mays Kreidi, said that yesterday the discussion took place under general headings, and the situation of the bombing that took place in the center of the capital, Damascus, had a clear impact on the axes of the session, as the meeting affirmed that “all Syrian blood is precious.”
Credi from Geneva indicated, in exclusive statements to “Hashtag”, to the discussion of the paper presented by the second part of the civil society delegation, stressing that there was no need to discuss it, and what it presented was press formulations, there was no need to discuss its articles because it is already in the constitution. 2012, which is almost from Article 33 to 54 the same, specifically Article 50 with regard to the rule of law, which is the basis of governance, and this article is present and registered in the 2012 Constitution.
Credi considered that the new wording that was presented is very backward from the one in the 2012 constitution.
As for the written content on human rights, all the points discussed were recorded in the 2012 constitution, and the point that was disputed during the session, related to the attempt to pass the status of international treaties and placing them in a higher position than the constitution, and this point Kreidi considered “an attempt to call for external intervention.” And an attempt to impose a guardianship status.”
She pointed out that no country in the world would ever accept these points during the writing of its constitutions, and this thesis undermines the principle of sovereignty from its very origin.
Today, it is scheduled to discuss the issue of terrorism with the government delegation.
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