Al-Masryeen Al-Ahrar Party said in a statement that they oppose the concept of forming a government based on the weight of political parties.
The liberal party stressed on the importance of giving priority based on qualification, expertise and vision, to avoid a plight similar to that of the constituent assembly. Instead of being formed based on cooperation and national consensus, the assembly was marred by attempts to control, the statement added.
The party insisted that the country is in desperate need for a national government that groups qualification, expertise and the ability to rescue the economy, face basic challenges and restore the infrastructure with a practical and realistic vision, reported the state's Middle East News Agency.
The statement asked Egypt's presidency to be transparent in its discourse, especially in regards to the Constitutional Court's stance on dissolving parliament.
Meanwhile, the party asked newly-elected President Mohamed Mursi to announce the standards on which the restructure of the police institution will be based on. It indicated that the restructure must restore Egypt's prestige and national role and embrace dignity and human rights. It insisted that a strict application of law will enable the return of security and sanitation to the streets.
Additionally, the statement argued that if state institutions were to perform their role in fighting corruption, issues such as the "gasoline crisis" and inflation will be abolished.