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Topic - Pablo Solon
A U.N. climate conference on Saturday approved a deal to create a "green" fund for developing countries and to take other small steps to address global warming, over heated objections from Bolivia that the pact doesn't go far enough.
"We are not against a vote. But a vote applies to all. If there is consensus, it applies to all," said Bolivia's Pablo Solon, the delegate who lost the standoff in Cancun.
The proposal to change the rules amounted to an admission that Espinosa was out of order to overrule him, he said Friday.