Executive Council (Rojava)
(Syriac) ܕܝܡܘܩܪܛܝܬܐ ܐܬܪܐ ܣܘܪܝܐ
(Kurdish) Desteya Rêveber a Rojava
(Arabic) المجلس التنفيذي السوري
|Term length||4 years, no term limit|
Cemal Şêx Baqî
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politics and government of
Origins and history of the Executive Council
Origins of the institution
Among other stipulations outlined is a quota of 40% for women’s participation in government, as well as another quota for youth. In connection with a decision to introduce affirmative action for ethnic minorities, all governmental organizations and offices are based on a co-presidential system.
Operation of the Executive Council
Decisions and responsibilities
The Council assists with coordination and collaboration between cantons in political, economic, social and cultural matters; partliciary that of diplomatic and military matters. It also supervises and follows the work of federal Departments and Ministries.
Members of the Executive Council
The current members of the Executive Council are:
|Îşûh Gewriyê||Syriac Union Party (SUP)||TEV-DEM||Jazira||Minister of Religious Affairs|
|Meram Dawûd||Honor and Rights Convention||?|
|Rojîn Remo||Yekîtiya Star||TEV-DEM||N/A||Minister of Women and Family Affairs|
|Hikmet Hebîb||Arab National Coalition||?|
|Bêrîvan Ehmed||N/A||N/A||N/A||Minister of Youth and Sport|
|Cemal Şêx Baqî||Kurdistan Democratic Party of Syria (PDK-S)||ENKS||?|
|Parêzer Elaaddin El-Xalid||Syrian National Democratic Coalition||?|
|Salih El-Nebwanî||Law–Citizenship–Rights Movement (QMH)||?|
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