In his book “A Fairer World is Possible”, President Erdoğan describes in detail Türkiye’s quest for justice for all humanity.
Pointing to the global political dilemmas, particularly injustice, the refugee crisis, international terrorism and Islamophobia in the book, President Erdoğan reveals the discrimination and double standards in the world with the example of the United Nations.
President Erdoğan underlines the need for comprehensive reform, especially in the United Nations Security Council, in the book where he also draws attention to the problems of legitimacy, functionality, effectiveness, inclusiveness, representation and governance of the United Nations.
Emphasizing that “a fairer world is possible” with a principled, comprehensive, strategic and applicable model proposal for a United Nations where justice in representation is ensured, and the veto privilege is abolished, President Erdoğan gives the following messages in his book:
“In a world where children die and are killed, no one is innocent.”
“Justice is one of the most needed issues on the global stage today. Institutions responsible for establishing global justice are unfortunately in great inertia.”
“In an era in which mercy has been lost, we have the responsibility of being the representative of justice and the voice of conscience.”
“Until a system is developed in which the right is strong, not the strong is right, we will continue to proclaim, ‘The world is bigger than five.'”
“Today’s problems cannot be solved with institutions shaped by the needs of the past. It is even self-evident that these institutions generate new problems.”
“To our understanding, justice is what will ensure the order, salvation and happiness in the world. For a fairer world, there is a need for a global order that gives hope and confidence.”
All proceeds from the book, which is being translated into world languages such as English, Arabic, German, French, Russian and Spanish, will be donated to the Disaster and Emergency Management Presidency (AFAD).
Source The Republic of Türkiye Directorate of Communications