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U.N. - tally of votes

HL Egyptian Chosen Secretary-General

DD 11/21/91

SO The Associated Press (ASP)



LP UNITED NATIONS (AP) - Following are the unofficial results of Thursday"s Security Council vote recommending Butros Ghali, the Egyptian deputy prime minister, as the next U.N. secretary-general. Each of the 15 council members could vote for each candidate.

TX Results are listed as number of votes in favor, votes against and abstentions. There were no vetoes. 1. Butros Ghali, 11-0-4. 2. Bernard Chidzero, Zimbabwe"s finance minister, 7-2-6. 3. Kenneth Dadzie of Ghana, secretary-general of the U.N. Conference on trade and Development, 6-4-5. 4. Michel Doo Kingue of Cameroon, executive director of the U.N. Institute for Training and Research, 6-4-5. 5. Former Nigerian President Olusegun Obasanjo of Nigeria, 7-3-5. 6. James Jonah of Sierra Leone, the U.N. undersecretary-general for special political questions, 5-4-6. 7. Dutch Foreign Minister Hans Van Den Broek, 5-7-3. 8. Nsanze Terence, Burundi"s former U.N. ambassador, 4-7-4. * 9. Prince Sadruddin Aga Khan who runs U.N. relief operations in the Gulf, 4-7-4. 10. Nguema Francois Owono of Gabon, a former culture minister, 3-3-9. 11. Polish Foreign Minister Krystof Zkubiszewski, 2-8-5. 12. Norwegian Foreign Minister Thorvald Stoltenberg, 2-9-4. 13. Norwegian Prime Minister Gro Harlem Brundtland, 1-9-5.

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