OWS draft resolution on Syria, February 5th 2012 – 3rd edition

We, the Occupiers of the World, in solidarity with the Syrian people in these times of their pain and cruelty bestowed on them by their government and non-government, call for an international action to halt all acts of violence by the Syrian forces immediately, and remind the President Assad to apply the principles of the charter of the Arab Human rights and the Universal Charter of Human Rights.

1. Recalling UN resolution A/C.3/66/L.44/Rev. «Promotion and Protection of human rights» 2. Recalling the League of Arab States, Arab Charter on Human Rights, May 22, 2004, reprinted in 12 Int'l Hum. Rts. Rep. 893 (2005), entered into force March 15, 2008. 3. Noting the request from the Arab league, 22 January 2012, 4. Expressing grave concern about the situation in Syria, the death of thousands of people and calling for an immediate end to all violence, 5. Recognizing foreigners are interfering in a sovereign country's affairs, 6. Expressing grave concern about the continued transfer of weapons into Syria which fuels the violence, 7. Recognizing the call for help from the Syrian people, 8. Demands that the Syrian government immediately puts an end to all human rights violations and attacks against those exercising their rights to freedom of expression, peaceful assembly and association, protect its population, fully comply with its obligations under applicable international law and fully implement the human rights; 9. Recalls that all those responsible for human rights violations, including acts of violence, must be held accountable; 10. Reaffirming its strong commitment to the sovereignty, independence, unity and territorial integrity of Syria, emphasizing the need to resolve the current crisis in Syria peacefully, and stressing that nothing in this resolution compels Anonymous to resort to the use of force or the threat of force; 11. Call for the immediate arrest of Assad, not resignation. Assad didn’t give people he ordered murdered time to pack, 12. Recognizing that our call for arrest is in compliance with the International Crime Court Article 103.

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