Brazilian President Lula da Silva calls for “outrage” against global inequality at UNGA 2023

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New York [US], September 19 (ANI): Brazil’s left-wing president, Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, while delivering the first country address at the United Nations General Assembly 2023 called for “outrage” against global inequality amid war, climate change, debt, energy and food crises, poverty and famine, Al Jazeera reported. “Inequalities need to inspire outrage – outrage over hunger, poverty, war and disrespect for human beings. Moved by the power of outrage, we may act willingly and unwaveringly in fighting inequality and effectively transforming the World around us,” said Lula. The first day of…

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