We welcome any breakthrough and agreement between the political forces to end the current stalemate.
We affirm that the reality of the state, its obligations, and the challenges it faces, require everyone to take care of the governance equation, not who rules and the shares of the parties.
We must work to form a strong, disciplined and solidarity government capable of managing the tasks of governance.
The state's political, economic, and security reality does not bear the continuation of a fragile, servile and chaotic administration of government, and we must not forget the magnitude of the regional and international economic and security turmoil, and its direct repercussions on our economy, security and citizens.
The next stage will not tolerate erroneous interpretations, administrative primitiveness, conflicting policies, and the continuation of subsistence on the state or risking it.