30July2014

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SRCC

Policy Analysis

Articles provide insight on important existing policies and needed changes that address the same topics as a policy paper. They highlight areas of importance in future policies for Syrian stakeholders.


Syria lacks a fair and equitable access to health care with decreasing government spending on health care and a lack of a health insurance system.

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Quality assurance (QA) program is a critical component of a modern health care system. The significance of a QA extends beyond achieving an acceptable quality of the administered health care.

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One of the main responsibilities of the Syrian Ministry of Health as outlined in its published list of goals and responsibilities is to develop a health information system as a main tool to gather data, analyse it and utilize it in the decision making process.

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The Syrian people need to reject the new constitution because it comes from the point of lost political and moral legitimacy, it comes under continuous violence, and it does not fit Syria's future.

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The different quotas introduced in this analysis are meant to provide a more stable, progressive, and efficient future for Syria.

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Based on the political needs of Syria, a Presidential system is still the best for the future of the country. That said, people's demands can best be met with a customized Presidential system.

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The existence of a strong, fair and independent judicial authority constitutes one of the central foundations on which the rule of law is based in modern societies.

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Jurists and citizens alike want our judiciary to be impartial and independent; any infringement of these characteristics will necessarily impair the majesty of the judiciary.

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The judicial authority cannot achieve independence unless the new Syrian authority reconciles genuinely with its citizens, and makes these citizens the basis of all social and political contracts.

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Evolution of the Concept of Safety and its Relationship with Constitutional and Legal Frameworks.

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