Caesar Syria Civilian Protection Act
The Caesar bill is a bipartisan bill that prohibits the transfer of arms and materials to Syria that would likely be used to commit additional human rights abuses.
It highlights the atrocities carried out by Assad and his allies, compelling accountability for these crimes by guaranteeing the collection and preservation of evidence for human rights abuses that have taken place in Syria. It also imposes comprehensive sanctions on the Assad regime and its allies for human rights abuses and attacks against Syrian civilians. Moreover, it requires a 90-day administration review of potentially establishing a no-fly zone to protect Syrian civilians caught up in the war.
This legislation was fast tracked through the House of Representatives and is now awaiting a vote in the Senate.
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