“Historic” open dialogue to select next UN chief continues on second day

A wide view of the proceedings on informal dialogues with candidates for the position of UN Secretary-General. UN Photo/Rick Bajornas

The "historic" and public dialogues to select the next UN Secretary-General have gone into the second day at UN headquarters.

A total of nine candidates so far have put themselves forward for the world's top diplomatic post; four women and five men.

The meetings where candidates put forward their case and take questions from Member States and civil society groups, are continuing on Wednesday and Thursday.

Daniel Dickinson reports.

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