Micheal Kilo, the new member of the Syrian National Coalition considered that the recent expansion is expressing the Syrian national will. He pledged in a special Interview with "Zaman Alwasl," to quit from the coalition if it is not independent in its decisions and performance, pointing out that the position of ' President' of the Coalition is not a priority and he is not looking forward to it, stressing that the work on the ground is more important to have than any other business.
The head of democratic Rally, the new stance in National Coalition, criticized also the sounds that accused him of creating bloc of Secular- Alawites within the coalition. He stressed that as an educator and political opponent will not burn himself by sectarianism or positions.
Kilo explained his view regarding his last visit to Saudi Arabia where had been accused by his opponents of bridging the gap with the Kingdom.
''I am not a candidate of Saudi Arabia, I'm working for Syria and for the Syrian people, and if it was linked to my visit to Saudi Arabia and the chief of the Saudi Intelligence Prince Bandar bin Sultan, I was the one who announced of the announced visit.''
Coalition priority, politically and militarily after the expansion, Kilo said, ''the work should be organizing the political perspectives for all the members of the Coalition on the basis of consensus, indisputable, to be placed in the light of an action plan binding on all, with the Charter of unifying national action connects political forces, the forces of resistance, especially in the Free Syrian Army. So, we can have the required leadership to manage Syria during the transitional period.
Kilo's perceptive regarding the armed opposition, especially, the extremist battalions on the ground. He said '' Whether the armed opposition is radical or moderate. It is important not to be dragged to attempts of division the Opposition and to offer the world sufficient guarantees, on political and military sides, confirm that the situation was and will remain under the control and Syria will not take over by the extremists, because we know how to deal with them, not necessarily by force.''
About Qusayr Battle, kilo said it was very important but it is not articulated when all Syrians are fighting against the regime. So, we can come over it.
According to so-called '' Alawite state and Kurdish state, Kilo didn't think that would be a division, ''this option has not yet decided by the Syrians, despite the tragedies, so I don't think that the division is a strong possibility. It danger, looms by the Assad Regime, but the Syrians everywhere against it.''
Finally, regarding Geneva 2, I support if there are real guarantees that will ensure the transfer the power in Syria, according to the decisions of Geneva1 in June 2011, what means the end of the authoritarian regime within the bloodshed.
Reporting by Abdullah Raja, Editing by Mohamed Hamdan