The Egyptian presidential elections ended this week. They lasted for three days during which Egyptians chose their future and sought to overcome a long phase of instability and sought to choose the future they see best for their country.
The result was decided since the very beginning. The Egyptians have chosen the future. They’ve chosen to rebuild the state and unite around a national project to save the country, which has been stabbed in the back for the last three years. They’ve chosen the person who stood by them when they took to the streets by the millions to save the country.
As I have already said, the characteristic of this candidate who will become president is that there are no sharp divisions regarding him - even when it comes to those who voted for the other rival candidate or to those who did not participate because they desired other unavailable options. All of those people took out to the streets on July 26 to meet his call and the country’s call to stand with him against terrorism. All of them called on him on June 30 to save the country which was hijacked by an organization that wants to control the country and drown it in a whirlpool of violence and sectarianism.
Everyone must participate in building the country as this requires all efforts. This is the only way we can build our country, restore it and develop itAbdel Latif el-Menawy