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Press Release

Last night Hassan Abdulazim, General Coordinator of the National Coordination Body for Democratic Change in Syria (NCB), received a phone-call from Ahmad al-Jarba, the President of the Syrian National Coalition, from Istanbul inviting him personally to attend with the Coalition’s delegation in the Geneva 2 conference on 22/1/2014. The answer of the Abdulazim was to […]

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Statement on the assassination of PYD leader Isa Huso

Isa Huso, a leading member of the Democratic Union Party, was assassinated this morning by a bomb planted on his car in Qamishli city. Our lost comrade Huso was a long standing figure in the Syrian revolutionary movement for freedom, justice and democracy, he spent too much of his life in the prisons of the […]

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Statement on the detention of leading members of the NCB

  Syrian security forces have detained on Friday morning (19/7/2013) Adnan al-Dibs and Youssef Abdelki (the renowned artist), both members of the National Coordination Body for Democratic Change’s Central Committee, and comrade Tawfiq Umran. All three are leading members of the Communist Labour Party. They were detained at a Political Security checkpoint by the entrance […]

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Statement demanding the immediate release of Badr Mansour

  The Syrian authorities yesterday (14/7/2013) detained Badr Mansour, a comrade and a tireless activist dedicated to a free,  just and independent Syria. He was detained on the Syrian-Lebanese border. We at the NCB condemn the Syrian regime for detaining him and demand they immediately release Badr Mansour and all political prisoners. We also demand […]

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NCB Executive Committee statement on Geneva 2 and the necessity of a political solution

We hoped that a political solution to the Syrian crisis would be reached through a second Geneva convention (Geneva 2). However several domestic, regional and international players have been impeding political solutions by abetting a military solution in a destructive and nihilistic attempt to impose a new balance of power. This race of arming both […]

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NCB statement regarding the detention of Faek Hwaijeh

    Syrian authorities detained yesterday (24/6/2013) our friend Mr. Faek Hwaijeh when he was returning from Lebanon. Faek, a lawyer by profession, is a prominent legal and political activist who has participated and coordinated several political activities with the NCB and several organisations in Syrian civil society. We at the NCB condemn his arbitrary […]

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NCB’s vision for a negotiated political solution in Syria

Introduction: The National Coordination Body for Democratic Change in Syria – NCB welcomes the Russian-America concordance to hold the Geneva Conference 2, and announces that it will accept the invitation to participate in the conference, especially as it is crucial for finding a political solution to the crisis in Syria, as opposed to the futile, […]

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Statement on the 65th anniversary of the Palestinian Nakba

  Today, the 15th of May, marks 65 years since Palestine was partitioned and Palestinians were expelled from their land in order to create a Jewish Nationalist State, thus executing the infamous Balfour Declaration. Britain must be held primarily responsible for these continuing crimes against humanity: the partitioning of the Palestinian homeland and the expulsion […]

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Statement regarding the decree firing Syrian public sector employees

The Syrian authorities have released a decree firing all public employees who have been unable to attend to their jobs, with many incapable of doing so because that escalating war has forced them into becoming internal or external refugees. The current predicament these civilians is largely due to the Syrian regime’s brutal participation in militarising […]

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NCB statement regarding the Israeli aggression against Damascus

  During the early hours of today (Sunday 5/5/2013) the Airforce of our enemy and the occupier of our land, Israel, has breached our national sovereignty and attacked us. This is nothing but an act of aggression against the Syrian state and the Syrian people. We in the National Coordination Body for Democratic Change condemn […]

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