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 The Security Council,PP1.
its Presidential Statements of 3 August 2011, 21 March2012 and 5 April 2012 and its Press Statement of 1 March 2012,PP2.
Recalling as well
General Assembly resolutions A/RES/66/253 of 16February 2012 and A/RES/66/176 of 19 December 2011, as well asHuman Rights Council resolutions S/16-1, S/17-1, S/18-1, 19/1, and19/22,PP3.
its gravest concern at the crisis in Syria which hasresulted in a serious human rights crisis and a deplorable humanitariansituation, and
its profound regret at the death of manythousands of people in Syria,PP4.
the widespread, systematic, and gross violations of human rights and fundamental freedoms by the Syrian authorities, and
that those responsible for human rights violations shall be heldaccountable,PP5.
the Syrian government’s commitment on 25 March 2012 toimplement the six-point proposal of the Joint Special Envoy of the UnitedNations and the League of Arab States, and to implement urgently andvisibly its commitments, as it agreed to do in its communication to theEnvoy of 1 April, to (a) cease troop movements towards populationcentres, (b) cease all use of heavy weapons in such centres, and (c)begin pullback of military concentrations in and around populationcentres, and to implement these in their entirety by no later than 10April 2012,PP6.
the assessment by the Envoy that on 12 April 2012 theSyrian government had started partially to implement its commitmentsas outlined in (a), (b), and (c) above, as stated in the Syriangovernment’s letter of 11 April 2012, and
the Envoy’s call for animmediate, full, and indisputable implementation by the Syriangovernment of its commitments in their entirety, as set forth in itsPresidential Statement of 5 April 2012, so as to enable a sustainedcessation of armed violence in all its forms by all parties,PP7.
its strong commitment to the sovereignty,independence, unity and territorial integrity of Syria, and to thepurposes and principles of the United Nations Charter,1.
its full support for all elements of the Envoy’s six-pointproposal aimed at bringing an immediate end to all violence and humanrights violations, securing humanitarian access and facilitating a Syrian-
led political transition leading to a democratic, plural political system, inwhich citizens are equal regardless of their affiliations, ethnicities orbeliefs, including through commencing a comprehensive politicaldialogue between the Syrian government and the whole spectrum of theSyrian opposition,
in particular the Syrian government’sresponsibility to ensure freedom of movement throughout the countryfor journalists and to respect the right of the Syrian people todemonstrate peacefully as legally guaranteed and to freedom of association and
its call for the urgent, comprehensive, andimmediate implementation of all aspects of the Envoy’s six-pointproposal;2.
the Syrian government implement visibly its commitmentsin their entirety, as it agreed to do in its communication to the Envoy of 1 April, to (a) cease troop movements towards population centres, (b)cease all use of heavy weapons in such centres, and (c) begin pullbackof military concentrations in and around population centres, and
demands further 
that the Syrian government withdraw its troops andheavy weapons from population centres to their barracks;3.
Calls upon
all parties in Syria immediately to cease all armed violencein all its forms and to cease all arbitrary detentions, abductions, andtorture;4.
Expresses its intent 
, provided a cessation of armed violence in all itsforms by all parties exists, to establish immediately a United Nationssupervision mission in Syria to monitor such a cessation of violence andto support the full implementation of the Envoy’s six-point proposal, onthe basis of a formal proposal from the Secretary-General, which theSecurity Council requests to receive by 13 April 2012;5.
that the Syrian government (a) facilitate the deployment of the number of unarmed military observers, civilian personnel, and thecapabilities that the Secretary-General assesses are required to crediblyand effectively implement the parties’ compliance with the cessation of violence and other relevant provisions of the Envoy’s six-point proposal,(b) ensure full and unimpeded freedom of movement throughout Syriafor all mission personnel, including access, without prior notice, to anyplace or establishment that the mission deems necessary to carry out itsmandate, (c) guarantee the safety of the mission and other UnitedNations personnel without prejudice to the freedom of movement andaccess, (d) guarantee the mission’s ability to interview, freely or inprivate, any individual in any region of Syria, and to receivecommunications from any individual, group of individuals or body inSyria, as well as the unobstructed communications both within themission and between the mission and United Nations headquarters and

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