Presidential hopeful Moussa Mustafa Moussa declared that he does not mind changing the constitution to increase the presidential term from four to six years, as this would give Egypt’s future president a chance to achieve more. In a somewhat different position, he also declared that he is against amending the constitution unless in dire need to do so.
The current presidential term in Egypt is 4 years, with a possibility of re-election for a second term.
In an interview ‘Hona Al-Asema’ program with Lamees al-Hadidy , Moussa also repeated that he refuses to have any kind of debate between himself and President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, as he simply has a program while Sisi has a concrete history of achievements. However, he expressed his openness to answer any public questions.