Brazil's President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva participated in the early hours of this Saturday (20) - afternoon in Japan - in his first debate as a guest at this edition of the G7.
He also asked again for the UN (United Nations) Security Council reform, including new permanent members.
According to Lula's PT party, the organization "will not recover the efficiency, political and moral authority to deal with the conflicts and dilemmas of the 21st century".
"It makes no sense to call on emerging countries to contribute to solving the 'multiple crises' that the world faces without their . . .
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