For the first time in its history, the U.N. General Assembly is canceled for this year, given the restrictions on numerous meetings due to the risk of contamination with the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) Virus.
This year at U.N. headquarters in New York, the representatives of the 193 member states will not meet face to face, as they should to discuss issues such as peace, security, the admission of new members, and the budget. They will instead be using digital technologies to conduct business.
“World leaders cannot come to New York because they cannot come simply as individuals,” U.N. General Assembly President Tijjani Muhammad-Bande said June 8, according to Breitbart, referring to the many delegations that usually accompany them.
The assembly was scheduled for September, and at the general debate world leaders were to discuss the issues they consider to be priorities.
The UN has been strongly questioned because of the strong interference it allows the CCP in its functioning.
More than a third of the UN agencies are run by members or former members of the CCP.
Such is the case of the World Health Organization (WHO), where the influence of the CCP prevented countries from preparing adequately to prevent the CCP Virus disaster that has spread around the world. Its Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, has been linked to the CCP and Marxist ideology.
In addition, WHO’s Assistant Director-General for Universal Health Coverage for Communicable and Non-Communicable Diseases, Ren Minghui, was a former official in the CCP and used his position to spread and praise Chinese leader Xi Jinping for the handling of the pandemic, the origin and spread of which have revealed serious irregularities.
In recent months several issues of global importance have become more acute, making the U.N. General Assembly expected to be particularly difficult.
In most cases the CCP is heavily involved, one of the most recent issues being the violation of the international treaty protecting Hong Kong’s autonomy of government, which was violated by a law recently proposed by the CCP at the National People’s Congress.