November 4, 2012

Syria Opposition Needs to Accept Change at Doha

The National, The National

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The Syria National Council was formed in the summer of last year as an umbrella group for the opposition to unite and steer the country towards democracy. More than 14 months later, and the council is facing change itself.

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