Al Jazeera's Hoda Hamid said the UN special envoy Lakhdar Brahimi at a press conference today in
Damascus said that all parties need to head to the Geneva 2 conference in a
few weeks time.
He didn't blame the opposition but said it would be better if the opposition was less fragmented, particularly between those based in
and overseas such as the Syria National Coalition (SNC), which is recognised by
much of the international community.
Brahimi said the SNC continues to refuse to attend if there is no mention of the resignation of President Assad.
Without clear agenda Assad removal there is no point the Revolutionary Oppositions going to peace talk. WHAT FOR? They won’t gain anything from attending unless clear removal Assad! Say, if criminal Assad stays, what happen? He killed more than 120,000 people, half of the population internal and external refugees. No matter what he says, extremists small minority, but large majority are armed revolutionary Syrians, they will not give up until Assad family rules end, they don’t want either Syria become extremists Islamises state, they want just end Assad family dictatorship rule over 40 years. That is long time.
sees this point too. Gladly, most majorities of Syrian people see this point
too now. The December UN Assembly the world 190 or member countries agree to change
the unsc, abolish the 5p vetos system
and bring the power to the 193 member states equal democracy system. Surely
190 countries able to stand up bully the