Since the peaople of all nations are seeking peace, all leaders must conquer the passion for power.
I'm supposed to use an ablative absolute and the passive periphrastic.
Populis omnium gentium pacem quaerentibus sunt, cupiditas imperii omnibus ducibus superanda est.but, in the english sentence, 'all leaders' is the subject. In the latin one, it's not, so I was wondering if the active future participle can be used in kinda the same way:
Populis ... sunt, omnes duces cupitidatem imperii superaturi sunt.