Slovakia rejects WHO pandemic treaty 
Slovakian PM slams the WHO and “greedy pharmaceutical companies.”

Mike Campbell

December 5, 2023

Slovakian Prime Minister Robert Fico vehemently denounced the unelected World Health Organization (WHO) on Monday, calling it a Big Pharma creation that seeks to control governments.

The left-leaning prime minister became the latest leader to come out strongly against the WHO’s agenda.

In a fiery speech, Fico told a group of supporters that he “will not support the strengthening of World Health Organization’s powers at the expense of sovereign states in managing the fight against pandemics.”

“I will say that such nonsense could only have been invented by greedy pharmaceutical companies which began to perceive the resistance of certain governments against mandatory vaccination,” he added, as translated by Vigilant News. 

“Under the Constitution of the Slovak Republic, the validity of such International Agreements in favor of the World Health Organization requires the approval of the National Council of the Slovak Republic, and I do not believe that the sovereign Slovak political parties will express such approval and SMER (ruling political party) and its MPs certainly will not,” he said.

While Fico’s statement is far from an official position, his reservations reflect a growing trend among the international community over concerns about the proposed treaty. 

Recently, newly elected Prime Minister of New Zealand Christopher Luxon’s government has indicated they might wholeheartedly reject the WHO’s proposed Pandemic Treaty, while some parliamentarians in Australia, South Africa, and the Philippines have also expressed resistance to the idea.

MP Leslyn Lewis not backing down

In Canada, Conservative MP Leslyn Lewis has been fending off partisan attacks from legacy media while attempting to protect Canada’s sovereignty when it comes to dealing with future pandemics.

In September, Lewis presented a petition she sponsored in the House of Commons that sought to protect Canada’s sovereignty over the issue.

WHO looking to finalize Pandemic Treaty

The WHO has called for member states, including Canada, to finalize their terms of the Pandemic Treaty — and pitch in more money for “when the next pandemic strikes.”

“As you know, Member States are now in the process of negotiating a new legally-binding agreement on pandemic preparedness and response, and amendments to the International Health Regulations,” WHO’s Director-General Tedros Ghebreyesus said last month, adding that “the two will form the vital legal framework for a safer world.” 

Between December 7-8, Member States will hold a International Health Regulation Working Group meeting in Geneva as they work towards a final draft, expected to be released in May 2024. 

Member states will subsequently decide to vote for or against the treaty.

The unelected organization’s leader has previously denied that a Pandemic Treaty would force countries to comply with its regulations, but he’s also threatened sanctions for countries that don’t do so.

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