16
November , 2018
Friday

People Aur Politics

A liberation zone for democratic rights, multiculturalism, international brotherhood and peace.

Syria’s fragmented opposition – Roxanne Horesh

Posted by admin On November - 11 - 2011

As anti-government forces try to develop a united voice, Al Jazeera looks at the disparate groups within.
The Syrian National Council attempts to unite Syrian dissident movements across the political spectrum [AFP]

As protests continue within Syria, there have been proposals among leading members of the opposition to create a united front. However, several months into the uprising, political opposition groups inside and outside of Syria are divided.

The announcement of the formation of the Syrian National Council (SNC) on September 15 and the National Co-ordinating Committee for Democratic Change (NCC) on September 18 marked a new effort to co-ordinate political activity against the government of Bashar al-Assad, the Syrian president.

Meanwhile, military defectors who were formerly divided between the Free Officers Corps and the Free Syrian Army (FSA) have coalesced under one organisational umbrella.

You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.
Ahmed Shawki: Perspectives for the Left - Socialism 2013 Tsar To Lenin Tariq Ali & Oliver Stone "Untold History of the US" (May, 2013) Marx's Early Writings: Once More Unto the Breach: Video 2 of 2 Marx's Early Writings: Once More Unto the Breach: Video 1 of 2 Marxism & the Legacy of Subaltern Studies Tariq Ali: the crisis in Syria - questions and answers Scotland: Tariq Ali on independence;Dismantling the British State: Strategy, Tactics and Ideology Luxemburg, Lenin, Levi: Rethinking revolutionary history The power of the people Anti Stalin Left . How should socialists organise? Paul Le Blanc, Gilbert Achcar discuss Leninism, left unity, revolutionary parties Is religion good or evil? Michael Lebowitz: Primitive accumulation versus contested reproduction Adam Hanieh: A strategic overview of the struggles in the Middle East Relevance of Marxism Today The future of the Bolivarian Revolution after Hugo Chavez Enter the video embed code here. Remember to change the size to 310 x 250 in the embed code.

Recent Comments

There is something about me..

Recent Posts