Syria’s National Coalition umbrella group has announced today that it intends to form a new government to rule over the “liberated” parts of Syria captured by various rebel factions associated with them. The meeting on the cabinet will be March 2 in the Egyptian capital of Cairo.
Exactly how much of the “rebel-held” territory across Syria will actually be under the SNC government’s control is unclear. They style themselves as the leaders of the entire revolution, but several factions with territorial possessions, including the Jabhat al-Nusra, are totally unaffiliated with them.
This isn’t the first time the SNC has attempted to form a government. They did so in late January but the meeting ended in disaster and disagreement, with most of the factions refusing to even consider a prime ministerial nominee.
The new attempt might be even more contentious, with several factions angry at SNC President Moaz al-Khatib for broaching the subject of negotiating with the Assad government, with many of them insisting all negotiations are unacceptable until after the regime has already surrendered and resigned.
2 thoughts on “Syrian Rebels to Form Rival Govt for ‘Liberated’ Areas”
Which street is that.. and which city .., ruins is the "liberated" area we are talking about.., is there any life left in the "liberated" area for these idiots to govern….?
Right. A "government" of various drug addicted, bearded Al-Qaeda apes fighting each other and whomever disagrees with them, chopping off heads at random. That is even worse than the NATO occupation Kosovo, also run by "muslim" criminal terrorists organ,trafficking and heroine dealers.
But that will of course work to the Syrian advantage. When the mopping up in the south is over they will indeed turn their attention to these remote, temporarily abandoned and scattered parts and finish off whatever´s left of them or better still, re-program them and send them to "israel" where they can liberate the Golan hights.
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