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The Syrian Opposition’s Leadership Problem

The Syrian Opposition’s Leadership Problem

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Syria’s opposition still lacks political leadership two years after the start of the country’s uprising. In exile, the Syrian National Coalition of Revolutionary and Opposition Forces (National Coalition) professes to provide a representative framework for diverse civilian councils and rebel groups operating within Syria’s borders, but it does not lead them. It must empower the grassroots structures to become the opposition’s real political leadership inside Syria and shift its focus to frankly engage key political constituencies and state institutions to split them from the regime if it hopes to bring about lasting, democratic change.
Syria’s opposition still lacks political leadership two years after the start of the country’s uprising. In exile, the Syrian National Coalition of Revolutionary and Opposition Forces (National Coalition) professes to provide a representative framework for diverse civilian councils and rebel groups operating within Syria’s borders, but it does not lead them. It must empower the grassroots structures to become the opposition’s real political leadership inside Syria and shift its focus to frankly engage key political constituencies and state institutions to split them from the regime if it hopes to bring about lasting, democratic change.

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Published by: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace on Apr 26, 2013
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APRIL 2013
THE SYRIAN OPPOSITION’S LEADERSHIP PROBLEM
 
Yezid Sayigh
 
APRIL 2013
THE SYRIAN OPPOSITION’S LEADERSHIP PROBLEM
Yezid Sayigh
 
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