The Muslim Brotherhood-led alliance campaigning for the reinstatement of deposed president Mohamed Morsy plans to declare a reconciliation initiative on Tuesday, a member of the group told Al-Masry Al-Youm.
Hossam Akl, chairman of the Civilized Alternative Party, a member of the National Alliance to Support Legitimacy, said the alliance will hold a press conference next Tuesday to announce a initiative for reconciliation between Morsy supporters and the incumbent authorities which ousted him last year.
Akl told Al-Masry Al-Youm that the initiative had been submitted to government officials, as well as Brotherhood and alliance leaders abroad, adding that all parties reciprocated with the call.
The proposal involves “blood money to the victims of police and army assaults which has taken place since 30 June 2013, fair trials for detainees and a referendum on the transition roadmap adopted by the current authorities,” Akl revealed, adding that the three terms are negotiable for the sake of stemming the bloodshed and restoring stability.
He said that intensive efforts are being made to convince families of Morsy backers who died in violence to accept the compensations.
Edited translation from Al-Masry Al-Youm