The Civil Council of Raqqa is continuous in activities to complete liberating Raqqa In addition to providing basic services within the framework of its available resources, it establishes councils and Commissars in the various liberated villages, in order to reach the society to a level where it is able to manage itself, and to be able to manage its energies and to be effective in solving the obstacles it faces.
The Civil Council in Raqqa delegated Hassan Khabour and Adel Al Ali to meet with the families of four villages from the countryside of Ain Issa (Arida, Jaif, Jarboua and Tadamon) to discuss the villagers to establish of a joint council that runs the four villages and to able to take responsibility. The meeting was held in Jarboua Village, in the presence of a large number of residents of the four villages.
The participants discussed the situation of the villages, the shortage of services and the fears of the villagers about the emergence of sleeper cells or infiltrations of the terrorist ISIS, as well as the issues of young people that need to be organized and frame energies to serve the province of Raqqa and its people. The participants also discussed the general political situation.
The delegation presented a detailed explanation of the general political situation, as well as the Syrian crisis and related talks and daily developments, and explained the importance of Raqqa within these datum.
Mr. Khabour and Al-Ali also gave a detailed explanation of the importance of establishing councils and committees and their mechanism of action and their role in reduction the power of authoritarian regimes and involving them in society in managing themselves effectively and explaining the system of joint presidency which will be implemented for the first time in this region.
In addition to establishing the basic committees that will emerge from the Council, which will manage the basic aspects of the inhabitants of these villages and its Council, which is the Service Committee, the Women’s Committee, the Youth Committee, the Reconciliation Commission, and the Substantive Protection Committee.
At the end of the meeting, the members of the Council and its five committees were elected and the mechanism of direct and public elections was established. The Council will then hold its first ordinary meeting for the election of the Joint Presidency.