The Civil Democratic Movement announced its project on national dialogue, which the movement says aims to instigate a comprehensive process of political and legislative reform that moves society forward with a strong will on the road to building a modern democratic civil state. Zahran pointed out that posing political opposition against the state is a big fallacy that must be corrected, calling for the adoption of scientific, political, and legal methods in our work in the civil movement. Hamdeen Sabahi — former presidential candidate and Leader of the Karama Party — said that the Civil Democratic Movement formulated a vision with political and economic goals, and it will join and fight in the national dialogue in order to achieve it. Sabahi also explained that the movement agreed to join the national dialogue with conditions, which is the release of all prisoners of conscience, and if it is not achieved, it will not enter the dialogue. He pointed out that the door is open to everyone, even those who disagree with the movement, by inviting them to unite, and the civil movement does not want an explosion or a coup, it wants a peaceful change to the status quo.
Source: Daily News Egypt December 04, 2022 19:19 UTC