Palestine shall be part of the United Nations Organization once and for all, said Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff affirmed this Wednesday at the 66th General Assembly, in the city of New York, United States.“It has come the time to have Palestine fully represented at the UN,” expressed the South American president during her speech to begin the session.Rousseff, who became the first woman to open UN General Assembly, criticized the policies undertaken by developed countries to halt the structural crisis of their economic model.
Also, she reminded that the world is enduring an “extremely sensitive” crisis, which may not be solved in hands of a few governors.''Whether we unite and overcome or we will be all defeated,” added the Brazilian president, and she warned that if the situation gets worse, there may be an “unprecedented political breaking-off.”So far, macroeconomic policies adopted by countries of the European Union, she said, answer to partisan interests, not to the need of people.
“As everybody suffers the consequences of the crisis, everybody has the right to take part on its solutions,” she said during her speech at the UN General Assembly.The incapacity to face the economic crisis and financial imbalance, Rousseff added, do not answer to the lack of money but to lack of political will: the G-20 and the International Monetary Fund “need urgently to issue signs of political cohesion.”Rousseff emphasized her presence as representative of an emerging nation “in the mids of this tragedy which devastates developed countries.”The solution to the problem of debt, she affirmed, shall be combined with economic growth, proposal which is translated in a bid for incentive programs and flexibilization of exchange policies to balance the global demand.
[FUCK THE IMF!