Syria's Foreign Minister Walid al- Moallem said Tuesday the Arab League's (AL) new plan poses flagrant intervention in Syria's affairs, adding that the Arabs knew that "we wouldn't accept it."
The plan is outrageous and "infringes upon Syria's sovereignty and interferes in its internal affairs," Moallem said during a press conference, Xinhua reported.
The AL on Sunday urged Syrian President Bashar al-Assad to delegate his first vice president power to deal with a national unity government.
"When we received the report of the Arab observer mission last Friday, we drew a conclusion that its contents would not be satisfactory for some Arabs," Moallem said.
Addressing the AL, he said that "If you don't feel ashamed, then do what you want."
He said the observers' report has confirmed the presence of armed groups in Syria that carry out sabotaging acts denouncing the "tendentious" media campaign against Syria as well as the systematic exaggerations of what is happening on the ground.
He added that the report also confirmed that the so-called Free Syrian Army, an anti-President Bashar al-Assad militia group, was behind the killing of the French journalist.
Moallem stressed that Syria has met what it has committed itself to according to the AL plan and the Arab protocol, adding that the new draft Syrian constitution would be put for referendum next week and a new national unity government would be soon formed.