Various political parties plan on joining forces with the Dostour Party to compete in the next parliamentary elections, weightily, said former director of the International Atomic Energy Agency Mohamed ElBaradei.
Dostour (Constitution) Party founder, ElBaradei, added, in a 100-member conference on Tuesday, that the party was not established to compete with other parties but to embrace them.
Describing Tahrir as a "pressure tool", ElBaradei insisted that efforts have been transferred from the square to the political field.
He added that the party's ideology is founded on providing bread and social justice for the people, reported the Middle East News Agency.
The Nobel Peace Prize Laureate suggested that the youth are the segment that was most under-appreciated during the uprising.
He insisted that the Dostour Party must reach the roots of society in order to be truly representative and stressed on the importance of collective effort.