The former MPs urged the Executive to seek a peaceful solution to the long-lating political crisis and considered that an inclusive agreement must inevitably be reached to form a national united government with all the active forces of the nation.
The agreement must also include the formation of a balanced Provisional Electoral Council, the holding of a legislative election and the referendum in a reasonable period of time, the former lawmakers said, quoted by the digital platform Vant Bef Info.
They pointed out that the mission of the new government will be resolving safety problems and taking all the necessary measures to restore trust to the population, which is currently cornered due to the constant kidnappings and violence.
Several voices expressed the need of holding a dialogue among all sectors of the country, because of the persistent sociopolitical and economic crisis.
President Jovenel Moïse has convened these discussions several times. However, he still rules out putting his office on the negotiation table, one of the main claims from opposition sectors.