UN Council seat undecided after two days of voting

UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) – Latin American nations on Wednesday try to break the deadlock in the race for an open U.N. Security Council seat after Venezuela refused to pull out in favor of front-runner Guatemala.

Venezuela lagged well behind Guatemala on all 22 ballots except one, a tie, in two days of voting. Neither won the required two-thirds vote in the 192-member U.N. General Assembly for a seat on the prestigious Security Council.

Wonder if they will be upping thier foreign aid  bribes inorder buy thier way onto the Security Council?

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