Hamza Al-Hardan, the member of Al Nasr Coalition, confirmed that Al Nasr is not with the current move to topple the government, as it adopts reform and improving performance, and presses for the government to carry out its transitional tasks with efficiency, integrity, and justice.
Al-Hardan indicated that the move to overthrow the government may take the country into the unknown, as it is a government of transitional tasks, and there is no time for change. And change means confiscating the transitional tasks, at the forefront of which is the holding of elections, which is a priority.
The member of Al Nasr Coalition pointed out that the birth of the current government was a complicated birth, and the complexity of the political arena currently does not allow to form a new government.
The call to overthrow the government is either electoral propaganda, or an attempt to drag the country into a vacuum, or it is an effort to postpone the elections, and this is rejected.