Law–Citizenship–Rights Movement

The Law–Citizenship–Rights Movement (Arabic: قيم مواطنة حقوق), QMH (from the English transliteration qiyyam, muwatana, huqouq), also known as Teyar El-Qemih (from the Arabic acronym), and translated as Wheat Wave Movement, is a democratic secular multi-ethnic political party established in 2015 in northern Syria.[1][2]

Law–Citizenship–Rights Movement

(in Arabic)حركة قيم–مواطنة–حقوق
LeaderHaytham Manna
FoundedMarch 1, 2015 (2015-03-01)
HeadquartersQamishli
IdeologySecularism
Nonsectarianism
SloganCitizenship rights values
Democratic Council
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Website
Official page on Facebook
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Elected representatives

The Law–Citizenship–Rights Movement currently has three members on the General Federal Assembly of the Syrian Democratic Council (SDC), Salih El-Nebwanî, Majid Hebu (also written Macid Hebo) and Haytham Manna who was a co-leader of the assembly.[3] Manna resigned his leadership role from the SDC on 19 March 2016 in protest at the council's announcement of a federal system for Northern Syria, i.e. at the creation of Rojava.[4]

References

  1. "تيار قمح -هيثم المناع :ولادة تيار معارض جديد (Wheat Wave Movement, Haytham Manna: the birth of a new movement)". 1 March 2015. Retrieved 30 November 2016.
  2. Lund, Aron (1 March 2015). "We Need to End This Dirty War: An Interview With Haytham Manna - Carnegie Middle East Center - Carnegie Endowment for International Peace". Carnegie Middle East Center. Retrieved 30 November 2016.
  3. "Executive Board of Democratic Syria Assembly elected". ANF. 2015-12-13. Archived from the original on 2015-12-20. Retrieved 2016-05-26.
  4. Hisham Arafat (6 April 2016). "Kurdish-Arab alliance in Syria loses Arab block". Kurdistan 24. Retrieved 30 November 2016.


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