Tackling economic, political inequalities, invigorates democracy – UN Chief
TEHRAN, 13 September 2018 (UNIC) – United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres in his message on the International Day of Democracy, 15 September 2018, said by tackling economic and political inequalities, democracy would be invigorated.
Democracy is showing greater strain than at any time in decades. That is why this International Day should make us look for ways to invigorate democracy and seek answers for the systemic challenges it faces.
bringing the young and marginalized into the political system. It means responsive to emerging challenges.
Working for a future that leaves no one behind requires us to consider essential pressing questions. For example, what impact will migration or climate change have on democracy in the next generation? How do we best harness thenew technologies while avoiding the dangers? How do build better governance so that democracy delivers better lives and fully meets the public’s aspirations?
On this International Day of Democracy, let us commit to joining forces for the future of democracy.