DAMASCUS, (SANA)_A number of national opposition parties, currents and groups declared in a press conference on Saturday that the national opposition conference was postponed to a later date to avoid any move that could increase the differences within the national opposition.
The opposition currents renewed rejection of foreign interference in the Syrian internal affairs, calling upon opposition parties and powers to take part in the forthcoming national opposition conference.
28 opposition parties, currents and groups denounced kidnapping a number of the opposition National Coordination Body (NCB) members, calling upon the Coordination Committee to shoulder its responsibilities and accept the idea of organizing a national opposition conference that unifies the opposition.
Spokesman for the Popular Front for Change and Liberation, Adel Neiseh, said that the crisis in Syria is a complicated one, adding that it is necessary to unify the efforts to launch a comprehensive political process and alleviate the suffering of people, indicating that solving the crisis in Syria is only possible through dialogue.
Member of the People's Will Party, Alaa Arafat, said that the participating powers have exerted strenuous efforts to convince the Coordination Committee to organize a conference for the opposition, underlining the importance of come up with a party that gets engaged in dialogue the Syrian government and create a climate conducive to political dialogue.
Head of the National Youth for Justice and Development Party, Perwin Ibrahim, noted that the NCB has not yet clarified its stance towards the criminal acts being committed by the armed terrorist groups in Syria and on its acknowledgment of the so-called Free Army.
She called on all the parties to sit around the dialogue table without conditions or monopoly of representation of the opposition and the Syrian people.
Head of the delegation of Peaceful Change Way Party and leader at the Communist Labor Party, Fateh Mohammad Jamous, urged the opposition parties to search for the minimum accord, unify its ranks and foster political awareness and clear-cut dynamism to emerge from the crisis.