The regime’s influence extends beyond the political elite, sectarian leaders, or certain social classes, and is a web of relations embedded within society. Any change in a socio-authoritarian system, if not imposed from the outside by force, is always the result of a negotiation between different parties that make up the society. This negotiation can be peaceful if the guardians of the system deal with the situation rationally and feel a certain sense of responsibility. Otherwise, the negotiation will only take place afterwards to end a phase of chaos and conflict. Therefore, our focus today should be on imposing a peaceful negotiation with these leaders, who still enjoy significant popular support, rather than pushing irresponsibly towards chaos that will allow sectarian entities, and not only their current leaders, to control the remnants of our society.