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Philipp Kruse European Parliament Speech

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The World Health Organization is proposing a new pandemic treaty and amendments to international health regulations, granting them extensive powers during public health emergencies. These changes could impact sovereignty, autonomy, and democratic participation globally, raising concerns about transparency, accountability, and individual rights. Citizens are urged to pressure political representatives to safeguard democratic principles and halt negotiations that may infringe on constitutional orders and human rights.

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Proposed WHO pandemic treaty and amendments to international health regulations could have significant implications for member states and individuals.
01:09
The reform process includes two legal instruments: a new pandemic treaty and amendments to existing regulations, set to be finalized by May 2024.
Changes could impact sovereignty, autonomy, and democratic participation globally.
WHO asserts absolute leadership in health measures, raising concerns about power and authority.
Proposed amendments grant WHO expansive self-authorization during public health emergencies, encompassing a wide range of health and environmental concerns.
WHO proposing new measures for declaring international health emergencies and imposing restrictions.
05:11
Proposed measures would include lockdowns, mandatory vaccinations, and be legally binding.
WHO would have total control over information, including censorship rights.
Concerns raised about lack of transparency, accountability, scientific integrity, democracy, and justice in decision-making processes.
Lack of mechanism for challenging WHO's assessments could limit open debate and diverse opinions.
Concerns raised about the new pandemic treaty being considered by the World Health Organization as a treaty subject to national debate and ratification.
12:21
Worries about informed consent, individual rights, and democracy being at risk due to potential infringement by the International Health Regulations.
Fears of censorship, lack of human rights protection, and unchecked power in the hands of the WHO leading to concerns about democratic principles.
Citizens are urged to pressure political representatives to halt negotiations and safeguard democratic principles amidst these concerns.