We affirm that what is more important than electoral profit and loss is peace and national unity, and the integrity and goodness of the political system that represents the people. Therefore, political alignments that threaten the unity of the people and the integrity of public order are rejected.
We work with everyone to overcome the crisis, and we believe that the state accommodates everyone, and that building or destroying the state is a common responsibility.
We point out that our position from the elections was and still is clear and public, and it is not subject to self-interest, regional benefits, or frontal calculations. Since the start of the October 2019 demonstrations, we have called for early and fair elections to achieve justice and restore the people's confidence in their political system. We blessed holding the elections on 10/10, and at the same time criticized the confusion of the Commission's procedures, which created needless confusion in the country, and created a reality marred by the unfortunate escalation.
We support all calls for calm and solidarity, and we are working to find a ground that can reassure all parties. We renew the call for the High Electoral Commission to resolve the problems that emerged in the electoral process and confused the general situation.
Gaining the people's confidence in their electoral system is the most important, to ensure gaining their confidence in the political system that is intended to run the country.