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Reports indicate that a committee setup to reform the UN Security Council has recommended a multi-tiered setup focussing on expanding membership but ensuring that the veto power rested with the existing five permanent members. One option recommended is to have eight semi-permanent members with a term of four years. This is something which India, and quite a few other contenders, are bound to feel uncomfortable with. With apologies to George Orwell, it simply means 'All UNSC permanent members are permanent but some members are more permanent than others'.
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