Text of the preamble

We, the people of the Democratic Autonomous Regions of Afrin, Jazira and Kobani, a confederation of Kurds, Arabs, Syriacs, Arameans, Turkmen, Armenians and Chechens, freely and solemnly declare and establish this Charter.

In pursuit of freedom, justice, dignity and democracy and led by principles of equality and environmental sustainability, the Charter proclaims a new social contract, based upon mutual and peaceful coexistence and understanding between all strands of society. It protects fundamental human rights and liberties and reaffirms the peoples’ right to self-determination.

Under the Charter, we, the people of the Autonomous Regions, unite in the spirit of reconciliation, pluralism and democratic participation so that all may express themselves freely in public life. In building a society free from authoritarianism, militarism, centralism and the intervention of religious authority in public affairs, the Charter recognizes Syria’s territorial integrity and aspires to maintain domestic and international peace.

In establishing this Charter, we declare a political system and civil administration founded upon a social contract that reconciles the rich mosaic of Syria through a transitional phase from dictatorship, civil war and destruction, to a new democratic society where civic life and social justice are preserved.

General Principles - (Articles 1–12) The section "I General Principles" lists general principles. Article 4 lists the structure of the government. Article 3 and 5 lists the administrative centers of each canton. Article 12 confirms Rojava as an integral part of Syria.
Basic Principles - (Articles 13–20) The section "II General Principles" contains basic principles. Article 15 declares the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) as the sole military force of Rojava.
Rights and Liberties - (Articles 21–44) The section "III Rights and Liberties" lists rights and liberties. Article 21 refers to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights.
Legislative Assembly - (Articles 45–53) The section "IV Legislative Assembly" outlines the responsibilities of the Legislative Assembly.
Executive Council - (Articles 54–62) The section "V Executive Council" outlines the responsibilities of the Executive Council.
Judicial Council - (Articles 63–75) The section "VI Judicial Council" outlines the responsibilities of the Judicial Council.
Higher Commission of Elections - (Articles 76) The section "VII Higher Commission of Elections" outlines the responsibilities of the Higher Commission of Elections.
Supreme Constitutional Court - (Articles 77–80) The section "VIII Supreme Constitutional Court" outlines the responsibilities of the Supreme Constitutional Court.

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Article 31 of  "Social Contract " ↑

" Everyone has the right to freedom of worship, to practice one’s own religion either individually or in                     association  with others. No one shall be subjected to persecution on the grounds of their religious beliefs."

                                                   Separation of Church and State !


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