A unity-based government should include opposite perspectives and the ability to communicate. Unity is not built out of similar opinions but, rather, out of differences and mutual concession around a common goal. The problem with governments is that the parties do not feel that they have common property to look after. They don’t consider what is good for the country. Instead each one focuses on their own benefit as a ruling party. Leadership in the spirit of connection will provide a good example to all people of how opposing forces can act together for the good of the state.