The former candidate for the Egyptian presidential elections “Hamdeen Sabahi” praised the call made by President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi to establish a national dialogue with all forces in Egypt.
Sabahi said in a television interview that he accepted the invitation to participate in the “national dialogue”, and at the same time thanked Sisi “for his good faith in dialogue.”
He added: “I think that our country needs us. We differ in opinion, without differing in the love of our country. I believe that justice and love are among the most important things that our country needs.”
He continued, “The right choice is to have a dialogue, not to be in a rupture. I have never in my history been in a rupture with anyone except with the Zionist entity, and our country needs a safe exit from a difficult circumstance it is going through, so it is correct for everyone to participate in this dialogue, in order to Look forward.”
He concluded, “If the dialogue will lead the Egyptian house out of subjugating high prices and poverty, release an Egyptian from prison and a young Egyptian man from feeling frustration and despair, and give hope to the citizen, then everyone has a duty to do everything in his power to make the dialogue successful.
Last April, the Egyptian president called, during the “Egyptian family gathering”, to launch a “political dialogue” with all forces in his country without exception or discrimination, and the invitation received conscious praise from various layers of the spectrum in Egypt.