[🎥] The video is a UK parliamentary debate on the New World Health Organization treaty and its potential impact on the sovereignty of nations and individuals.
[🏛️] The debate was initiated by a petition signed by over 156,000 people, including 295 constituents of Esther McVey.
[🤝] Esther McVey is a Member of Parliament and co-chair of the APPG on Pandemic Response and Recovery.
[🧑💼] McVey and other critics argue that the treaty could transfer power away from sovereign and democratically elected nations and into the hands of the WHO, an unelected and largely privately funded bureaucracy.
[🗣️] Some of the concerns raised include changes in language that make certain aspects of the treaty binding rather than non-binding, and the fact that the WHO has extended the Public Health Emergency of International Concern every six months since January 2020.
[📊] McVey and other members of the APPG have heard from renowned experts advocating for evidence-based proportional measures to prevent avoidable suffering and loss, and welcome open discussions and analysis on the impact and effects of lockdowns.