UN’s Secretive Ways Means Frontrunner Could Still LoseBy and
Portugal’s Guterres could see chances spoiled by Russian veto
Bulgaria’s candidates are female and hail from favored region
Portugal’s Antonio Guterres has the chops to lead the United Nations: he led his nation as prime minister and later coordinated humanitarian aid shipments to refugees fleeing war zones. That might not be enough.
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