division of officers from the Assad and the announcement of "the Syrian Internal Security Forces"[/size] Twilight News
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In the Turkish city of Istanbul, the formation of the Syrian Commission for Internal Security Forces was announced after coordination and deliberations involving dissident police officers and representatives of the opposition from inside and outside.
The Authority is an ambitious project that was recently established in the liberated areas of northern Syria. It is a body that works to rehabilitate cadres of the dissident police force through seminars and workshops before redeploying them to perform security duties. New.
The body says it represents officers and members of the Internal Security Forces (ISF) who are dissident from the regime's interior ministry, who have refused to use weapons against the people.
She said that those who apply these standards make up about one third of the internal cadres of the system.
The Commission seeks to "absorb all the capabilities and expertise available from the police dissidents to build a police institution and to improve the performance of their centers in the liberated areas."
It also aims to "represent the members of the police as experts in any committee to review the laws relating to the Ministry of the Interior in free Syria, commensurate with human rights and international agreements," as well as the representation of the Commission in any talks or political solution.
During an interview with Anatolia, Brigadier General Al-Shamali said that the participants in the Commission are a group of interested police officers involved in public affairs, human rights files and the fight against terrorism.
He added that the Authority is working to communicate with the police of the regions of "shield Euphrates" and "olive branch", through the Turkish side, "to see what can be done jointly."
He added that they are working on organizing seminars and workshops to qualify cadres to improve the level of officers and elements in terms of performance and thought.
Al-Shamali considered the project "a national excellence, without the intervention of any party," pointing out the absence of supporting parties so far.