The deadline (January 27, 2024) to submit proposed amendments has passed. It is the responsibility of every sovereign member nation of the WHO to defend the rule of law and enforce Article 55.
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The World Health Assembly is made up of the 194 member nations and it is the governing body of the World Health Organization.
As a sovereign nation that is a member of the World Health Assembly and also a party to the International Health Regulations, it is the obligation of the United States to demand that the World Health Organization and the World Health Assembly obey their own rules.
Every one of the 193 other member nations has the same responsibility.
These rules also apply to Liechtenstein and the Holy See (the Vatican) which are not members of the World Health Assembly, but are parties to the International Health Regulations.
Article 55 of the International Health Organization clearly states that the Director-General shall (which means that he must) communicate any proposed amendments at least 4 months in advance of the World Health Assembly at which they are to be considered.
International Health Regulations (2005):
(f) to request the WGIHR to establish a programme of work, consistent with decision EB150(3), and taking into consideration the report of the IHR Review Committee, to propose a package of targeted amendments, for consideration by the Seventy-seventh World Health Assembly, in accordance with Article 55 of the International Health Regulations (2005);
(2) to urge Member States to take all appropriate measures to consider potential amendments to the International Health Regulations (2005), with the understanding that this would not lead to reopening the entire instrument for renegotiation. Such amendments should be limited in scope and address specific and clearly identified issues, challenges, including equity, technological or other developments, or gaps that could not effectively be addressed otherwise but are critical to supporting effective implementation and compliance of the International Health Regulations (2005), and their universal application for the protection of all people of the world from the international spread of disease in an equitable manner.
Sixth meeting, 26 January 2022 EB150/SR/6
I (and others around the world) have submitted Freedom of Information requests to obtain any and all communications from the WHO’s Director-General regarding any proposed amendments to be considered at the 77th World Health Assembly.
As of January 28, 2024, no such communications have been made available.
Wherever you live on earth, please help by submitting Freedom of Information requests in your country:
The World Health Assembly also needs to follow the rules regarding the manner in which they vote:
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