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Apr 30, 2003 | 16:47 GMT

Australia's Howard Has Ideas For UNSC Reform

Australian Prime Minister John Howard said in an interview that he has ideas for reforming the U.N. Security Council, Bulletin magazine reports. Howard's proposals include a "three-layered" council made up of the five veto-wielding permanent members, five new permanent members with no veto, and five rotating members. "The five permanent non-veto members would be, say, Japan, India, Brazil, Germany, and Indonesia," Howard said. He added that he believed the debate over military action in Iraq and subsequent divisions had "weakened" the United Nations.
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