In his recent address to the nation, President Assad proposed to form a transitional administration made up of government and opposition representatives to prepare new parliamentary and presidential elections and an all-Syrian dialogue on the country’s future.
He demanded an end to foreign support of opposition militants as the main condition for his reform plan.
Voice of Russia, TASS
President Bashar al-Assad's plan for Syria is "perhaps even more sectarian, more one-sided" than previous such initiatives by the embattled regime, international peace envoy Lakhdar Brahimi said on Wednesday.
The UN and Arab League envoy was giving his first public reaction to a three-step plan to end the crisis, announced in a rare speech on Sunday by Assad.
Voice of Russia, BBC, AFP