A man stands on the rubble of collapsed buildings in AleppoVia Khaled Yacoub Oweis GENEVA (Reuters) – The Syrian opposition referred to as on Wednesday for a transitional governing body to supervise a U.N.-monitored ceasefire throughout Syria and expel overseas combatants, in a paper that avoided any mention of President Bashar al-Assad. The private paper, viewed via Reuters, lays out a imaginative and prescient of post-warfare Syria with all ethnic teams participating in a transition process aimed toward restoring peace and stability. Opposition and diplomatic sources mentioned it deliberately does not seek advice from Assad, consistent with a textual content agreed by means of world powers in June 2012 which calls for a transitional body with full govt authority, including over the protection equipment and the military, but which leaves the Syrian ruler's destiny open. "I think that the opposition has come to the obvious conclusion that the best way to deal with Assad is to steer clear of mentioning him," one Heart Jap diplomat stated.