- The Syrian authorities to allow the commission to interview Syrians that it considers relevant to the inquiry "outside Syria and/or outside the presence of any other Syrian official if the commission so requests."
- It also calls for anyone designated by the commission as suspected of involvement in Hariri's assassination to be subject to a travel ban and to have their assets frozen.
- I believe that it requests that Syrian authorities detain those individuals the commision percieves to be suspect of playing a role in Hariri's murder.
From a standpoint of justice, there really is nothing so controversial about these demands. In fact, it could be extremely embarrasing for any member of the Security Council to vote against it. The controversy will probably sorround the "chapter 7" nature of the resolution. Chapter 7 is different from Chapter 6 in the sense that it legitimizes member states to use force to impliment the clauses written into the resolution. Will China and/or Russia accept such a resolution to be passed against Syira? Here is where I predict most of the wrangling is going on in current to near future.