The man denounced as “Not Fit to be WHO Leader” by one Japanese publication appears to be a shoo-in for the job again.
Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, who in 2017 was elected to a five-year term as the World Health Organization’s director general, has no opponents for the position so far, Reuters reported Friday, citing sources it did not name.
Ghebreyesus not only famously stirred antagonisms across America after former President Donald Trump lambasted him for being too soft on China in regard to COVID-19, his home nation of Ethiopia is so angry at him that it might not even nominate him.
The deadline for nominations is this week.”Tedros is for sure a candidate,” said one of the unnamed sources Reuters cited. Does the Biden administration have what it takes to reform WHO and eliminate China’s dominance over the group? https://t.co/aPBW4TbIyA — Byron Wan (@Byron_Wan) September 10, 2021 But he is from […]
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