Political documents

22-03-2012

The following document is the text of the Presidential Statement adopted on March 21 by the United Nations Security Council supporting the efforts of Kofi Annan, Joint Special envoy of the UN and of the Arab League, to "bring an immediate end to all violence and human rights violations, secure humanitarian access, facilitate a Syrian-led political transition and other measures."

27-02-2012

The following text is the new Syrian Constitution adopted by referendum on February 26, 2012 and enforced this day, February 27, 2012.

12-02-2012

Follow-up to developments in the critical situation in Syria

The Council of the League of Arab States, meeting in Cairo on 12 February 2012 at the ministerial level in an extraordinary resumed session,
Having heard statements from the head of the Arab Ministerial Committee on the Situation in Syria and the Secretary-General of the League of Arab States on the Arab political initiative and the Security Council deliberations on the grave developments in Syria at the session held on 31 January 2012,

22-01-2012

League of Arab States - General Secretariat
Division for the Council of the League
Department of Council Affairs
Meeting of the Council of the League of Arab States at the ministerial level at a resumed extraordinary session in Cairo on 22 January 2012
Report of the Secretary-General of the League of Arab States conceing the mandate of the League of Arab States Observer Mission to Syria

22-01-2012

Monitoring of developments in the situation in Syria
Elements of the Arab plan to resolve the Syrian crisis

The Council of the League of Arab States, meeting at the ministerial level at its resumed extraordinary session of 22 January 2012 in Cairo,

02-11-2011

Developments of the situation in the Syrian Arab Republic

The Council of the League of Arab States, meeting in Cairo on 2 November 2011 at the ministerial level in an extraordinary resumed session,

27-08-2011

Pursuant to the Arab efforts to resolve the Syrian crisis, and preserve Syria’s security, stability, unity and territorial sovereignty, while avoiding any direct or indirect foreign intervention, and guaranteeing the implementation of reforms in a safe environment, affirms the following:

17-03-2006

The full text of Lebanese Druze leader Walid Jumblatt’s address to the Saban Centre of Middle East Policy at Brookings Institute in Washington on March 6. The introduction and following question and answer forum was moderated by Martin Indyk, Senior Fellow in Foreign Policy Studies at the Brookings Institution. Source: Brookings Institute