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Pakistan won a seat of Security Council

Latest Breaking News: Pakistan won a seat of Security Council two more countries also won UN (United Nation) Security Council for 2012 – 13 in a poll by the UN General assembly on Friday, agencies reported.

 Pakistan won the UN Security Council Seat

All three countries; Pakistan, Morocco and Guatemala, who won the same seat in United Nation Security Council got more then two third majority from 193 UN members in the first session of the voting.

All three countries won the non permanent seats, two more seats of Europe and Africa still pending to be decided in a one new voting session.

In the Pakistan voting session, Pakistan got 129 out of 193 votes which were absolutely two third majority required to won that seat, but on the other hand India and other 14 members is not agreed and happy to see Pakistan on the same benches in UN Security Council.

Morocco got 151 huge lead out of 193 members of UN Security Council.

Togo and Mauritania were face new voting session for the other African seat.

Guatemala held the Latin American seat unobstructed.

On the other hand some other countries details also available like Neither Azerbaijan 74 votes, Slovenia 67 nor Hungary 52 got close to the two-thirds stain and so the available European seat went to a second circle.

The five new nations will replace Bosnia for Europe, Brazil from Latin America, Arab state Lebanon and Africa’s Gabon and Nigeria, who will all vacate their council seats on December 31.

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