Japan’s Deputy Prime Minister calls WHO the “Chinese Health Organization”

March 30, 2020

Deputy Prime Minister of Japan and Minister of Finance Taro Aso called the WHO (World Health Organization) the “Chinese Health Organization” during one of his latest speeches, referencing a petition which called for the resignation of its Director General.

The WHO has been heavily criticized for its initial response to the Coronavirus epidemic in China, seemingly protecting the political interests and good name of the PRC and downplaying the rapid spread of the disease until it reached worldwide pandemic levels.

The WHO’s reputation has sunk so low that even a petition has emerged calling for the resignation of the organization’s Director General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, which to this date has over 600,000 signatures:

At the time of writing, it has been confirmed that there have been over 666,000 confirmed Coronavirus infections worldwide.

Source : sankakucomplex

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