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Jeremic is still not ex-ministerEdit

After parliamentary election in Serbia, new Goverment is yet to be formed, so technically, Vuk Jeremic is still foreign minister of Serbia. --DustBGD89-3 (talk) 17:32, 8 June 2012 (UTC)

Article mentions Jeremic? --Activism1234 05:19, 25 September 2012 (UTC)

PA statehood bidEdit

Abbas is just going to bring it up in his speech, not actually declare a formal vote. Isn't significant enough for a new section, every world leader will say different stuff in their speech but that doesn't warrant a new section. Plus the delegation this year will be much smaller, and it's only non-member status now, as compared to last year. Other events are covering the UN. See this RS reference, or New York Times article for example, or even this about how Iranian issue will dominate it as opposed to Palestinian statehood (I put that under "agenda," not as separate section), as backing up what I said, both of which state no vote will actually be held then, it will simply be mentioned. I've therefore removed the section, not significant enough, it's not going to actually be voted on, simply proposed in Abbas' speech, and I doubt we're going to make a section for each item in each world leader's speech. --Activism1234 05:18, 25 September 2012 (UTC)

The issue itself is of note even sicne nothng will happen. Its covered (like last year) and is a hot button issue.I agree with you raddition of Iran (though the wording is speculaitive. ) Ill add it back as part of the section instead of a seperate one?Lihaas (talk) 11:39, 25 September 2012 (UTC)
I'm not opposed to it under the section "Agenda." Thanks. --Activism1234 15:27, 25 September 2012 (UTC)
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