Head of 'Al-Watan' Salafi Party and presidential aide, Emad Abdel Ghafour, said on Monday that Egypt is currently facing tough challenges that require confrontation.
In a press conference held by the Watan Party in Sohag, Abdel Ghafour said, "Challenges increase by the day; lack of security, economic deterioration, the fall of Egypt's currency and the increase in the state budget's deficit."
"Egyptians are tired of political conflict, they do not care which cabinet comes. They care for the services provided to them; housing, healthcare and education. The people want to better their economic situation and find jobs, they do not care about whether the general attorney continues in office or not," said the former head of the Nour Party.