On May 22-28, 2022, ultimate control over America’s healthcare system, and hence its national sovereignty, will be delivered for a vote to the World Health Organization’s governing legislative body, the World Health Assembly (WHA).
On May 22-28, 2022, the World Health Organization’s governing legislative body, the World Health Assembly (WHA) will vote on WHO’s International Health Regulations amendments from the Biden administration. These amendments appear to give WHO more control over America’s healthcare system.
About The World Health Assembly
The World Health Assembly (WHA) is the governing body meeting of the World Health Organization (WHO), the technical health agency of the United Nations. The WHA takes place each May at the United Nations in Geneva, Switzerland, and is attended by delegations from all 194 Member States. During the one week meeting, countries agree to resolutions, adopt action plans, supervise finances, review and approve the proposed budgets, discuss key public health issues, and determine the policies of the organization.
Robert Barnes clarifies that these amendments are not part of a treaty and therefore are not binding in any way to America or Americans. We should voice our disapproval, however until the amendments become part of a treaty, they are not binding.
The Secretary of Health and Human Services leads the U.S. delegation to WHA.
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