It agreed to adhere fully with international law provisions.
It called for "a Syrian-led political process, avoiding further bloodshed and violence, and ensuring safety, stability and calm."- Advertisement -
It said, ending conflict depends on establishing "a transitional governing body" with "full executive powers. It could include members of the present government and the opposition and other groups and shall be formed on the basis of mutual consent."
Syrians (alone) must "determine the future of the country." All groups and segments of society must be able "to participate in a National Dialogue." Outcomes achieved "must be implemented."- Advertisement -
"The result of the constitutional drafting would be subject to popular approval."
Once established, "free and fair multi-party elections" must be held. Women must be "represented in all aspects of the transition."
All sides must comply. Vulnerable groups must be protected. Humanitarian issues must be addressed. Order must be restored. Efforts must commit to "Accountability and National Reconciliation."- Advertisement -
Syrians must "come to a political agreement."