Syria’s Popular Front to use Russia’s draft constitution


Qadri Jamil, a leader of Syria’s Popular Front for Change and Liberation, stated that Moscow has not imposed on Damascus its draft constitution.

“We thank the Russian friends for their work to make the draft… All this will be discussed,” said Jamil. He added that Moscow’s proposals will be included in the final outline considering the interests of Syrian people.
The Astana talks on Syria were held on January 23-24. They were initiated by Russian President Vladimir Putin, who proposed establishing in Astana a site of the Syrian peace process in addition to Geneva. The proposal was supported by the presidents of Turkey and Kazakhstan.

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