ER Editor: New Zealand’s new centre-right government under newbie Christopher Luxon isn’t going along with the WHO International Health Regulations amendments.
The new government is also ending Covid vaccine mandates and opening an enquiry into possible abuses under the Covid policy of the previous government. See this by The Epoch Times —
Meanwhile, it is a group of Australian citizens, not the government, who are sending a letter to Geneva by the Friday, Dec 1 2023 deadline, officially voicing their disagreement with amendments, too. See —
The Australian government, unlike the New Zealand one, will not be declaring any objections. See —
No, the Australian parliament will NOT get to decide whether we hand our health sovereignty to the WHO
The Federal government in Australia is backing the WHO to be given extensive new powers. Don’t be fooled by reassuring platitudes that we will retain our sovereignty. This post explains how our parliament will NOT get to decide whether we should give these powers to the WHO. (If you’re not interested in the technicalities, just go straight to signing this People’s Letter and writing to your MP!)
New Zealand Government will inform WHO it does not agree to International Health Regulations amendments
RHODA WILSON for THE EXPOSE
The newly sworn-in New Zealand government intends not to be pushed around by UN resolutions or by the World Health Organisation anymore.
According to a coalition agreement with New Zealand First, the new government will undertake a “National Interest Test” before accepting any agreements from the United Nations or the World Health Organisation’s proposed amendments to the International Health Regulations.
To this aim, the New Zealand Cabinet must “reserve against” proposed amendments to International Health Regulations by 1 December 2023.
On Friday, centre-right National signed coalition agreements with libertarian ACT New Zealand and populist New Zealand First allowing the three parties to form a government, bringing an end to six years of left-wing governments in New Zealand.
Yesterday, New Zealand Governor General, Cindy Kiro, who represents British monarch King Charles III as head of state, swore National Party leader Christopher Luxon in as New Zealand’s 42nd prime minister along with ministers of his cabinet at Government House in Wellington. Parliament is expected to sit next week and begin working on new policies.
On the day they were signed, Friday, the incoming government released its coalition agreements which outlined a number of policy plans. You can read the coalition agreement between the New Zealand National Party and ACT New Zealand HERE, and between New Zealand National Party and New Zealand First HERE.
According to the coalition agreement with New Zealand First, one of the most urgent issues the new government must address is that the Cabinet will tell officials not to agree to any policy changes suggested by the World Health Organisation (“WHO”). The coalition agreement states:
Strengthening Democracy and Freedoms
Ensure a ‘National Interest Test’ is undertaken before New Zealand accepts any agreements from the UN and its agencies that limit national decision-making and reconfirm that New Zealand’s domestic law holds primacy over any international agreements.
As part of the above, by 1 December 2023 reserve against proposed amendments to WHO health regulations to allow the incoming government to consider these against a “National Interest Test.”
Featured image source, Christopher Luxon sworn in: https://asianlite.com/2023/top-news/christopher-luxon-sworn-in-as-new-zealands-42nd-prime-minister/
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