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And BTW do we need UN Security Council? The UN General Assembly has elected India, South Africa, Colombia, Germany and Portugal as the five new non-permanent members of the Security Council. The five members elected last year – Bosnia, Brazil, Gabon, Lebanon and Nigeria – will remain on the council until the end of the next year.
It is almost for sure he will not and after Senate will say yes to the pension reform on Wednesday Sarkozy will sign the law.
The source is News of the World and William Hague says for The Financial Times he will not nominate David Miliband for the post of European Union foreign minister, but anyway there is a rumor David Miliband could replace Baroness Ashton.
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White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel aka Rahmbo will step down to run for mayor of Chicago, various sources confirmed. He will be replaced by Deputy Chief of Staff Pete Rouse but according to CNN he will perhaps serve only on a temporary basis.
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