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A Design Of Democratization Model For A Post Al Asad Regime In Syria

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This research paper seeks to design a democratization model for a Post-al-Asad regime in Syria. At the same time as the uprising goes on in Syria there is discussion of a possible transition into a real democracy. The conflicts have not yet ended in Syria and there are possibilities that the revolts will succeed and Syria will be facing massive challenges for a transition that might be either democratic or not democratic. It is an essential time for Syria to design a good model of democracy to be able to have a peaceful and democratic Syria and to be able to bring stability, harmony, and solidarity without any vicious sectarian conflict among numerous groups. Moreover, looking back to what is happening in Syria I believe that the Asad regime have less chances of surviving the current opposition and outside observers so there should be a proposal for what the institutions for a future democratic Syria will look like. The current regime represents more than interest of his family and the ruling party, and Alawite community whose members have been dominating the majority (Sunni Muslims) for more than forty years. Thus, in order for Syria to have a true democracy there are several processes to take place. Syria should let the majority rule over the country as I did happened in South Africa where whites represented minorities of the population agreed to give up total power so here in Syria Alawites make up minority of population have to agree to such a compromise. Furthermore, in order to make sure that the minority’s rights will not be violated Syria should have a parliamentarian system rather than a presidential system along with electoral system in form of proportional representation to prevent specific groups from dominating the parliament which will allow the minorities as well to have a real representation in the government which will lead to have a peaceful and...

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