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The Amendments to 5 Articles of the International Health Regulations that were adopted on May 27, 2022 by the 75th World Health Assembly
- Australia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Colombia, European Union and its Member States, Japan, Monaco, Republic of Korea, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and United States of America (illegitimately?) proposed and adopted (without a quorum?) a set of amendments to five Articles (55, 59,61, 62, 63) of the International Health Regulations.
- It must be understood that 194 unelected, unaccountable and largely unknown delegates have somehow obtained the unusual authority to change international law by simply agreeing to do so. Once they have quietly adopted any proposed amendments, no signatures by any President or Prime Minister and no approval by any Parliamentary body, Congress or Senate is needed. An 18 month period of unawareness, ignorance and silence is all that is needed for the amendments to enter into force.
- Under Article 61 of the IHR each and every member nation has the authority to REJECT any or all of the amendments but they must do so before late November 2023.
- Unless rejected before late November, 2023, the amendments to Article 59 will reduce the time period for rejection from 18 to 10 months and the time period for enactment into force will be reduced from 24 to 12 months.
- The amendments to Article 62 clarify the details by which reservations can be made to future amendments.
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The Amendments to the IHR that were passed in 2022 are 5 pages.
The 2023 amendments to the IHR are 197 pages.
The IHRRC Final Report is 97 pages.
The Zero Draft of the proposed Pandemic Treaty is 32 pages.
The European Union Addendum to the Zero Draft is 53 pages.
The Guide to the World Health Organization’s Proposed Agreements is 20 pages.