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President Ruto's Bold Move That May Leave World Superpowers Scratching Their Heads.

William Ruto, the president, is a person with drive. When he was eventually declared the winner of the presidential election, his strategies and efforts had paid off. He has held discussions and consultations with various leaders at an international forum ever since he was sworn into office.

To attend a State event, the head of state traveled to South Africa. When Ruto had the chance to address his fellow presidents, he urged Africans to demand seats on the United Nations security council. At least two permanent seats in the UN security council are necessary, according to Ruto.

There are six organizations within the UN. They are the International, Court of Justice, Trusteeship Council, General Assembly, Security Council, Economic and Social Council, and Secretariat. One of the powerful UN organs is the security council. There are fifteen people in this organ. There are ten non-permanent members and five permanent members. The permanent members of the security council are China, the United States, France, the United Kingdom, and the Russian Federation.

Other African presidents applauded President William Ruto when he made these comments. However, adding positions to the UN Security Council won't be simple. The proposal may be rejected by the majority of developed countries. Will William the President be successful in his election?

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