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Translated by: MOS English Team – Beyond X
The WHO recently announced a plan to tie international pandemic treaty to digital passports and digital ID systems. It is scheduled to be finalized by 2024, the aim of which is to shift governing authority to WHO by legally binding member States to the WHO’s revised International Health Regulations during a pandemic.
A new Emergency Committee will be constituted at the WHO, and the Director-General will consult on behalf of countries with public health emergencies to declare the emergency over.
The amendments would give regional directors of WHO, rather than elected representatives of the countries concerned, the legal authority to declare a public health emergency of regional concern.
In addition, WHO may determine at any time to issue an “intermediate public health alert” to countries and consult with the WHO’s Emergency Committee, when an event does not meet the criteria for a public health emergency of international concern, but WHO Director-General determines it requires heightened awareness and a potential international public health response. The criteria for this category are simple: “the Director-General has determined it requires increased international awareness and a potential international public health response.”
The WHO, with the support of the US, appears to be responding to obstacles that Communist China create in the early days of covid-19 through these amendments. This is a legitimate concern, but the end result of the proposed amendments is a transfer of power from sovereign States, including the United States, to unelected bureaucrats at the WHO. The change is to increase powers and to centralize powers delegated to the WHO.
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Posted by: Peter Chen
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