NASL proposes national reconciliation

Hossam Aql, member of the National Alliance to Support Legitimacy (NASL) said he set initiative for reconciliation between the Muslim Brotherhood and the current regime entitled “Grand Reconciliation Initiative.”
The political reconciliation includes paying blood money for families of victims killed by police and military since 30 June and guarantees for real justice for the detainees.
Aql told Al-Masry Al-Youm on Saturday that the initiative includes also holding referendum under international supervision over the roadmap. It did not include reinstatement of ex-President Mohamed Morsy, unless citizens rejected the roadmap. However, in case of approval, protests calling for reinstatement of legitimacy will stop.
Aql also added that he have the initiative reviewed by NASL and governmental officials and that everyone responded to it and that the officials assured response by leaders of the military council.
He also denied conflicts among NASL and that some leaders seek stopping the protests after losing hope at changing the current situation.
“The alliance is at its strongest phases after succeeding to unite opposition and include Revolutionary Socialists and 6 April movement against the current regime after the alliance stepped back from signaling Rabaa al-Adaweya salutes,” he added.
The groups Aql refers to, however, have expressed their independence from the Brotherhood and 
Aql also stressed that the alliance will resume protests in case the national reconciliation failed.
Edited translation from Al-Masry Al-Youm

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