We believe that the foundation stone of a good and prosperous society lies in a nations values. They are the values of honesty and kindness that we teach our children. They are the fidelity and decency that we as adults try to live by. They are the goodwill and tolerance that we share with friends and neighbours in our communities. And they are the trust and integrity that we expect of our leaders. They are the teachings described in the sacred texts and scriptures of our faith. They are the codes of conduct that we live by in a caring and responsible society.
We believe that national salvation depends on leaders who draw their strength from their innermost values and convictions. It depends on righteous men and women imbued with an unshakeable resolve to uphold human values that are the foundation for a good and prosperous society. It depends on leaders who lead by example, who listen to those they serve, who inspire respect and admiration, and who are role models for aspiring new young leaders. But it also depends on a Constitution that imposes checks and balances that constrain the abuse of executive power; that ensures that power is exercised with transparency; and that leaders are held to account for their actions.