From A Voice for Choice Advocacy <[email protected]>
Subject [AVFCA-SHF] World Health Organization Update: New treaty and International Health Regulations documents
Date April 29, 2024 6:09 PM
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What is next for the Pandemic Treaty and International Health Regulations?

A Voice for Choice Advocacy works closely with Stand for Health Freedom [[link removed]] , and is their representative organization in California. Stand for Health Freedom has been following the World Health Organization (WHO) and keeping tabs on what they are up to with regard to their Pandemic Treaty and International Health Regulations (IHR). With less than five weeks until the World Health Assembly 77, starting May 27, 2024, things are heating up. Votes on the pandemic treaty and changes to the International Health Regulations are on the table. AVFCA would like to share Stand for Health Freedom's latest update, which includes a quick-glance analysis of the most important provisions of the recently released treaty and IHR proposals, with you...

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Per SHF's Summary: Two potentially illegal votes are scheduled for the end of May 2024 at the 77th World Health Assembly. The proposed changes to the IHR have been scaled back in detail, but not in scope, as the addition of “pandemic emergency” as a “likely” threat expands the ability for the WHO to make declarations and recommendations, provide guidance, and require funds. Between the two treaties, there would potentially be another point of contact on the shores of the U.S. to ensure implementation of the IHR, in addition to two new global bodies that would “oversee” and in some way “facilitate” compliance with WHO decisions.

It is not clear what will happen at the WHA. It is much harder to get the treaty passed than the IHR amendments. The treaty requires a two-thirds majority in the WHA and ratification by member states, which in the U.S. means two-thirds support of the Senate. The IHR requires only a simple majority vote in the WHA and no U.S. Senate involvement for it to become binding on the U.S. people.

It is also clear that regardless of the IHR or the treaty, the White House is bound and determined to move forward with a global health security strategy all its own.

SHF and AVFCA will continue to monitor the World Health Assembly and send a more updates as it progresses.

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Christina Hildebrand
A Voice for Choice Advocacy, Inc.
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