The main opposition group in Syria has approved two laws regulating the mechanisms of the Coalition work as well the framework of the Interim Government, according to a Zaman al-Wasl source.
Veteran dissident and former National Council leader Burhan Ghalioun proposed two laws which were "met with applause" from the Coalition members, the source said.
The first law declared that all agreements, treaties and conventions – political or commercial – etc – should be ratified and certified by the first parliament in any post-Assad period.
The second law said that any minister appointed should be approved by the the general Syrian National Coalition commission.
Translated and edited by The Syrian Observatory