[size=40]720,000 People Signed To Dismiss The Director Of Global Health
FILE PHOTO: Director General of the World Health Organization (WHO) Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus speaks during a news conference on the situation of the coronavirus (COVID-2019), in Geneva, Switzerland, February 28, 2020. REUTERS / Denis Balibouse / File Photo[/size]
Author: AhadNA4 On 6/4/2020 - 10:12 AM 10
Al-Ahed News- Baghdad
More than 718,000 people worldwide signed a petition calling for the resignation of the Director-General of the World Health Organization, Tidros Adhanum Gebresus, due to his failure to deal with the emerging crisis of the Coronavirus.
The petition, which was published on a number of international websites and translated into several languages, including English, Arabic, Spanish and Italian, demanded that the director of the organization submit his resignation immediately, stressing that the organization's efforts in dealing with the epidemic are unacceptable.
The petition stressed: "The main point of disagreement is the organization's delay in declaring the virus a global emergency," adding that instead of the organization investigating independently the number of deaths and injuries in Chinese provinces, it simply relied on Chinese government figures, which initially reduced the severity The virus has spread within her country, to mitigate its impact on the economy, and is not interested in its future impact on global health.
"Many of us are genuinely disappointed," the petition reads. "We believe that the World Health Organization is supposed to be politically neutral, and without any sincerity, Tidros Gibriusus just prepared the injuries and deaths presented by the Chinese government," asking the United Nations and the World Health Organization to work to restore confidence People as soon as possible.
It is reported that since the outbreak of the Corona virus in late December in the Chinese city of Wuhan, more than 1.27 million infected people have been registered in more than 180 countries around the world, and more than 69 thousand deaths have been recorded.