UN Security Council Announces That Former UN Secretary-General Boutros Boutros-Ghali Has Died

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UN Security Council Announces That Former UN Secretary-General Boutros Boutros-Ghali Has Died

Post  Sirop14 on Tue Feb 16, 2016 3:59 pm

UN Security Council Announces That Former UN Secretary-General Boutros Boutros-Ghali Has Died

Boutros Boutros-Ghali, the former UN Secretary General, has died aged 93.

His death was confirmed by the UN Security Council.

Venezuela's U.N. Ambassador Rafael Ramirez, the current council president, announced his passing at the start of a meeting on Yemen's humanitarian crisis Tuesday and asked members to rise for a moment of silence. Fifteen members stood in silence to mark his death.

Boutros-Ghali was born in Egypt in 1922 in a privileged Coptic Christian family; his grandfather was the former Egyptian prime minister. He graduated from Cairo university in 1946, going on to study at the Sorbonne in France and at Columbia in New York.



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The Opposition s in Sechelles Seychelles are making/committing grave mistakes if not as bad as the current government.
Suddenly they think they have become to wise and know everything - if they do not merit this critic they ought to act differently - Mr Ralph Hoareau have brought to their attention their comportment.
In the case of former President J R Mancham this is just unforgivable. What happened to our exile/refugee Community in Europe. It was the same year the election/appointment of Dr Boutros Boutros Ghali took place.
This was not just any election or appointment - the previous UN Secretary General - Beside the situation in Vienna, the Vatican, London and Paris, Rome - that SIROP program was importantly very active, very dynamic and really driving thematic the pubic and in Seychelles they would be very shock.
The previous UN Secretary General had been a disappointment and this reflected on this SIROP program - we and others were required to make adjustment, all those involved and the candidature of Dr Bouthros Boutros Ghali put forward and supported by certain mechanism we have previously mentioned, still functioning today - and what took place - in London those who knew all the details , Paris, Rome and Vatican. For us in the Seychelles it meant the UN supportive role even if that program was not written in black and white and handed to the UN all those who knew the workings.
From this prospective my person worked indirectly with Dr Boutors Ghali from 1992 to the time he left UN Office.
When a nation or individual form such a small nation is allowed, given the capacity to make such important input in great world workings there must be a reason - it is not corruption or some crazy setup. All those who refused to note what we have written about that SIROP program impact on the North Africa, changes and Gulf Region politic and Islam proper - safe what they read in the paper. What it took/take to engineer and ,manage such great thematic.
The biggest shame is President FA Rene and President Mancham and Dr Ferrari, they knew and were aware - much more President FA Rene - the topic of his staying in office after the meeting with President Mancham those at the UN who knew a great deal more what was happening and the why's and those in Russia and china at the time, beside the OAU .
In his Nation address President J A Michel should have mention his passing away - his concern is taking all the credit and glory. What if Dr Boutros Ghali have not been brought to the UN Office what would have ensued - in our world workings there are individual who make it their business to watch and think out such situation and manage them.


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