Another nail in the coffin holding Canada's reputation

UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon can hardly be called a divisive figure. In fact, as the chief administrator of an organization that counts 192 countries as members, secretaries-general must at least be seen as the ultimate conciliators. There must be no perception they are choosing one side or country over another, and Mr. Ban has been no exception.

Published: Wednesday, 05/19/2010 12:00 am EDT

UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon can hardly be called a divisive figure. In fact, as the chief administrator of an organization that counts 192 countries as members, secretaries-general must at least be seen as the ultimate conciliators. There must be no perception they are choosing one side or country over another, and Mr. Ban has been no exception.

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