The message of a Swiss Attorney specialising in Human Rights is crystal clear, do not give the WHO more mandates to control the health policies of the WHO member states. It would expose whole populations to dangerous, mandatory and experimental medical treatments without individual consent.
Before Sweden (or any other WHO member state) votes to give WHO increased powers to control future pandemic measures, Elsa Widding, a Member of Parliament, arranged a seminar in the Swedish Parliament on September 29, 2023, in order to sort things out.
To get a professional view of what the proposed changes to the International Health Regulations (IHR) and the Pandemic Treaty mean in practice from a legal perspective, Widding invited Philipp Kruse*, a lawyer from Switzerland who is well versed in the issue.
Production (report, video editing and text): T. Sassersson, NewsVoice.se
Philipp Kruse, Attorney-at-law, LL.M. (Zurich/CH)
- Swiss Lawyer since 1997 (commercial and tax law); Kruse | Law, 8001 Zürich;
- Since End of 2020: > 25 ordinary court procedings against harmful and unconstitutional Corona-mandates (in particular for children; students; restaurant owners; for Swiss pilots);
- Since Jan. 2022: mRNA-criminal complaint (Swissmedic; submitted 14 July 2021);
- Special focus on WHO.
- Co-Founder of the Swiss Lawyers‘ Commitee.
- Member of Austrian Association: Lawyers‘ for Fundamental Rights;
- Co-Founder of International Alliance of Lawyers for Human Rights (Juni 2023).