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Syrian opposition members present post-Assad framework

Syrian National Council present a paper outlining a framework for a peaceful transition once the Assad regime falls in Syria

Syrian opposition members present post-Assad framework
Amr Al-Azm, member of the Syrian opposition group, the Executive Committee of National Change Currents, holds up a paper in Arabic outlining a framework for a peaceful transition once the Assad regime falls in Syria at a press conference on August 28, 2012 in Berlin, Germany. Al-Azm, along with Afra Jalabi and Murhaf Jouejati, both of the Syrian National Council, presented the paper that is part of a project called 'The Day After: Supporting a Democratic Transition in Syria,' which has been a series of conferences held by Syrian opposition members in Berlin with the support of the German and U.S. governments. (Getty Images)
Syrian opposition members present post-Assad framework
(From L to R) Murhaf Jouejati and Afra Jalabi, both of the Syrian National Council, and Amr Al-Azm, member of the Syrian opposition group, the Executive Committee of National Change Currents, pose with a paper in Arabic outlining a framework for a peaceful transition once the Assad regime falls in Syria at a press conference on August 28, 2012 in Berlin, Germany. The paper is part of a project called 'The Day After: Supporting a Democratic Transition in Syria,' which has been a series of conferences held by Syrian opposition members in Berlin with the support of the German and U.S. governments. (Getty Images)
Syrian opposition members present post-Assad framework
Murhaf Jouejati (L) and Afra Jalabi, both of the Syrian National Council, speak to journalists following a press conference at which they presented a paper outlining a framework for a peaceful transition once the Assad regime falls in Syria on August 28, 2012 in Berlin, Germany. The paper, which they presented along with Amr Al-Azm, member of the Syrian opposition group, the Executive Committee of National Change Currents, is part of a project called 'The Day After: Supporting a Democratic Transition in Syria,' which has been a series of conferences held by Syrian opposition members in Berlin with the support of the German and U.S. governments. (Getty Images)
Syrian opposition members present post-Assad framework
Amr Al-Azm, member of the Syrian opposition group, the Executive Committee of National Change Currents, speaks to journalists with Murhaf Jouejati and Afra Jalabi, both of the Syrian National Council, (and both not pictured) at a press conference at which they presented a paper outlining a framework for a peaceful transition once the Assad regime falls in Syria on August 28, 2012 in Berlin, Germany. The paper is part of a project called 'The Day After: Supporting a Democratic Transition in Syria,' which has been a series of conferences held by Syrian opposition members in Berlin with the support of the German and U.S. governments. (Getty Images)
Syrian opposition members present post-Assad framework
Murhaf Jouejati (L) and Afra Jalabi, both of the Syrian National Council, speak to journalists at a press conference at which they presented a paper outlining a framework for a peaceful transition once the Assad regime falls in Syria on August 28, 2012 in Berlin, Germany. The paper, which they presented along with Amr Al-Azm, member of the Syrian opposition group, the Executive Committee of National Change Currents, is part of a project called 'The Day After: Supporting a Democratic Transition in Syria,' which has been a series of conferences held by Syrian opposition members in Berlin with the support of the German and U.S. governments. (Getty Images)
Syrian opposition members present post-Assad framework
Murhaf Jouejati of the Syrian National Council speaks to journalists along with fellow Council member Afra Jalabi and Amr Al-Azm, member of the Syrian opposition group, the Executive Committee of National Change Currents, (both not pictured) at a press conference at which they presented a paper outlining a framework for a peaceful transition once the Assad regime falls in Syria on August 28, 2012 in Berlin, Germany. The paper is part of a project called 'The Day After: Supporting a Democratic Transition in Syria,' which has been a series of conferences held by Syrian opposition members in Berlin with the support of the German and U.S. governments. (Getty Images)