African Countries Reject WHO Pandemic Treaty: Refused to give away their Sovereignty

The 13 contentious adjustments that Vice President Biden proposed to make to the International Health Regulations have been the primary focus of the World Health Assembly's deliberations throughout the last week.Official representatives from affluent developed nations like as Australia, the United Kingdom, and the United Governments expressed their unwavering support for the revisions and pushed other states to join them in signing away the sovereignty of their own nations.

However, on Wednesday, May 25th, which also happened to be Africa Day, the first clue that things may not be going the globalists' way appeared.Botswana made a statement on behalf of its 47 AFRO members, stating that they would collectively refuse to endorse the'reforms,' which many African nations were worried about.

Several other nations expressed misgivings about the revisions and said that they would not support them.Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa, Iran, and Malaysia were among them. Brazil, in particular, has said that it would withdraw from the WHO entirely rather than allow its citizens to be subjected to the new modifications.

The WHO and its affluent country backers were eventually compelled to back down.They have not, however, given up — far from it. Instead, they 'pivoted,' as they do all the time.A new working group was formed in response to their request to give "technical comments on the proposed revisions," which will be re-submitted alongside the Pandemic Treaty during the 77th Health Assembly conference in 2024.There has also been a lot of criticism from Republicans in the United States, with some of them offering new laws providing the US Congress/Senate the authority to overturn any WHO regulations or directives made as part of any international agreements.

 

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