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Syria Continues restive Syrian military-backed Shiite group Hezbollah continue to kill people are Sunni Muslims

 Syrian opposition activists, including members of the National Coalition, has designed a road map to achieve national reconciliation and justice for "all victims of Syria," a statement said Tuesday.

The roadmap will be presented on Wednesday in a meeting that will also be attended by the Chairman of the National Coalition Ahmed Jarba, but has not been formally approved by key opponents, AFP reported.

"National reconciliation will be achieved through a long transitional justice process in which justice is guaranteed to all victims of Syria," the statement said the outlines of the road map.

The statement came amid reports of atrocities committed by regime troops and fighters in the Syrian conflict.

Upheaval occurred in the country following anti-government protests that originally took place peacefully in March 2011. Over 100,000 people died in the bloody war.

The fighters have been accused of atrocities, including executions. Troops who defended the regime of President Bashar al-Assad, including the army and militia groups, has also been accused of similar atrocities and mass murder sectarian background.

The proposal also called for disarmament and the restructuring of the Syrian security forces to remove "corrupt officers". "All the armed groups would be disarmed, demobilized and reintegrated into Syrian society."

The road map also designed plans for the Syrian political system after the fall of the Syrian regime, by calling for a "system of presidential / parliamentary hybrid"

The proposed use of the constitution of 1950 as the basis for a new system, with a constitutional assembly elected with a mandate to decide on modifications.

Syrian constitution reward is higher than the legilatif and expressed chief executive should be a Muslim state.

The group behind the proposal, Syrian Expert House, includes a 300 activists, legal experts and members of the Syrian National Council and the National Coalition opposition.

Government officials who defected fighters and commanders also participate in the process of designing the proposal, the group said.

The document was published while the battle continues on the battlefield in Syria, including fighting in Deir Ezzor in eastern Syria and Latakia in the coastal region, home to President Bashar province.

The United Nations has denied media reports that chemical weapons experts has delayed their trip to Syria, a UN spokesman said.

"The team has gathered in The Hague, and logistics for the visit they were working with the Syrian authorities," said spokesman Eduardo del Buey told reporters on Monday, RIA Novosti reported.

UN sources also have confirmed that a planned visit by RIA Novosti is not delayed.

Russia delivered at the United Nations in July, a comprehensive study of soil samples taken from the location of the reported chemical attack by Syrian opposition forces outside the northern city of Aleppo in March.

This study establishes that sarin had been used and that it was not "industrially produced".

Both sides in the Syrian civil war has been ongoing trade allegations of chemical weapons use.

Previous reports by foreign experts claim that the Syrian government has used chemical weapons on several occasions over a two-year conflict.

The UN has reported 13 suspected chemical weapons attack in Syria since the civil war began.

 Amid reports of a cabinet reshuffle is imminent, the Syrian people demanded that a new cabinet made up of technocrats to face the economic recession that the country was hit by the war.

Xinhua news agency reported, the Syrian government recently spoke about the upcoming overhaul of the mostly aimed at economic officials in the government.

Economists and analysts have called for the establishment of an economic team that is able to deal with deteriorating conditions in a rational way.

The country is in need of an economic team that can handle the problem in a way that is balanced and meets the needs of the citizens, the president said the Damascus Chamber of Commerce Ghassan Qallaa told local media.

He stated that the team should be able to overcome the crisis by taking quick decisions and follow up on their implementation, as well as eliminating all barriers to administrative, financial and monetary to ensure the needs of the people.

Meanwhile, Abed Fadhliya, professor at the Faculty of Economics, lifting hopes that the new members of the government will be made up of technocrats, who "also in harmony with each other in order to achieve the objectives set".

"We are waiting for the decision and achievement, not a statement and promise," said Fadhliya Xinhua reported.

On another occasion, Qallaa underlined the need for strong financial policies and is not volatile. He stated the Central Bank should lower interest rate level only when necessary.

Syria had withdrawn 35 years in the human development index, while its economy - which has been running slow - eroded by nearly three-year conflict, according to a report issued by the Syrian Center for Policy Research.

However, some economists say the government pre-crisis "guilty of worsening economic conditions".

The report covers the first quarter of 2013. A similar report issued in late 2012 revealed the Syrian retreat 20 years due to the crisis, a problem which shows that the first quarter of this year shows the devastation that has made Syria backwards 15 years.

The report, issued in collaboration with the UN Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA) with the title "Syrian Catastrophe", has stated slump was mainly centered on three areas: income, education and health.

The report said more than half of the Syrian population is poor, and 6.7 million Syrians entered below the poverty line due to the crisis, and 3.6 million people entering the circle of extreme poverty Syria, Xinhua reported on Sunday.

The report also shows the economic losses caused by the crisis Syria, until the first quarter of this year, increased to 84.4 billion U.S. dollars, up from 48.4 billion dollars at the end of 2012. Loss of gross domestic product (GDP), he said, is expected to reach eight billion dollars, 13 billion of capital losses, and as much as seven billion dollars in military spending.

The report also states and foreign debt in Syria has risen from 48 percent of GDP in 2012 to 65 per cent of GDP during the first quarter of the current year. He added that foreign debt amounted to 49 percent of GDP during the first four months of 2013.

But many economic experts and reviewers consider the old government is responsible for what they describe as reckless economic policies that lead to the worsening economic conditions in the country before and after the crisis.

Syrian army on Sunday killed 14 militants in an operation in the province of Homs in the center of the country, according to the pro-government radio, Sham FM.

Damascus military targeting militant positions in Small Town Dar al-Kabira in Homs North succeeded in destroying weapons caches and insurgents in the area, the report said.

Still on the same day, at least 11 people were killed and 20 others were wounded in a mortar attack launched by armed insurgents against Salamiah City in Hama province in Central Syria, Syrian official media said, as quoted by the Chinese news agency, Xinhua.

The attack came shortly after a car bomb blast in the Syrian army checkpoint in west Salamiah.

A day earlier, four people were killed when a car bomb rocked Thawra roundabout in Hama.

Separately, a group of activists based in London - the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights - said four civilians were killed on Sunday in an air strike on the village of Jalbeh in Ar-Raqqa province in northern Syria.

Guerrillas, the group said on Sunday also attacked the Centre of Scientific Research in Rashidi Settlements in Aleppo province, northern Syria, using multiple rocket, but the group did not give further details.

Riots still raging in Syria on Thursday which is the Eid al-Fitr 1434 H.

Office beirta China, Xinhua, reported that on Thursday morning aircraft noise and loud bombings in Damascus dawn broke the silence.

The event was a clash between the military government and the Western-backed rebels who claim to have been targeting entourage of President Bashar al-Assad - on the way to the mosque to perform the Eid prayer.

Not the target of insurgent attacks and President Bashar present in the mosque at Damascus Muhajrin region, as well as perform Eid prayer along with dozens of supporters and members of his government.

Based on video footage and images broadcast by the local TV station, Bashar seen perform prayers and bersilatur uterus with other pilgrims before exiting the mosque and sat in the driver's seat in his car and left.

Syrian Information Minister Omran Az-Zoubi denied reports of the Syrian president's after party and branded branded rebels as baseless statement and reflects the "dream" insurgents.

Throughout the Eid al-Fitr, the mainstream media reported sporadic bombings in pro-government areas, such as Qassa, Qussiour and Saida Zainab.

In the province of Homs, Central Syria, pro-government radio Sham FM states army killed as many as 40 armed militants, including a rebel battalion main leader of Al-Fatah.

The military is also moving forward in the province of Latakia on the Syrian coast, and reclaim a pro-government village which has been controlled by rebels earlier this week, the report said. He added that the village Blata now safe and secure.

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