UN’s Secretive Ways Means Frontrunner Could Still Lose

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  • 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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