The policies of Israel and Iran are rapidly precipitating the situation. An escalation between the two regional powers seems just around the corner, with Iran attempting to break the encirclement and Israel on the offensive against Iranian proxies.
The event sets a precedent: no one wants to cross the red line that could lead to the disaster of a world war. Once the actors actually saw the ball rolling on the tilted plane, they realized that it needed to be stopped by throwing water on the fire.
The magnitude of the threats on the horizon demands a constitution close to the presidential model, abandoning regionalist ambitions and giving more powers to the president, accompanied by an electoral law that ensures governability.