28 March 2020, 5:06 pm by antelove
Japanese Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance Taro Aso, who had called the New Crown virus as "Wuhan virus" a few days ago, said in the Finance Committee of the Japanese Senate on Thursday that 500,000 people worldwide have signed the World Health Organization (WHO) Director Tan Desai, many people also shouted that the World Health Organization was renamed the Chinese Health Organization and the WHO was renamed "CHO".
According to reports from Kyodo News Agency and Japan Broadcasting Association (NHK), at the meeting of the Finance and Finance Committee of the Japanese Senate on the same day, opposition members proposed that the Internet appeared recently on the grounds that "WHO failed to maintain political neutrality, and asked Tan De In response, Taro Aso spoke at the meeting, saying that "a lot of voices said (WHO) is not the World Health Organization and should be renamed the Chinese Health Organization" (Chinese Health Organization).
Taro Aso said in his usual way of speaking, this matter is actually very messy. Do you still remember who was the former Director General of Ted Sai? That man was Chinese (referred to as Chen Fengfuzhen), and at that time he was also complaining. He asked the lawmakers present, "Is it heard that 300,000 people have been signed?" Someone answered "500,000 people", and Aso went on to say, "So some say that the World Health Organization is renamed the Chinese Health Organization Change it to 'CHO' because he (Tan Desai) said that Wuhan, China is free of viruses. If early warning is provided, everyone can respond as soon as possible, and now it will not attract a rebound of 300,000 or 500,000 people."
A Canadian netizen launched the signing at the end of January on Change.org, the world's largest online petition platform, asking the Director-General of the World Health Organization, Tan Desai, to resign, which has so far been supported by more than 590,000 people. Also on the same day, Zhang Yihan, a spokesman for the Presidential Palace of Taiwan, told the media that more and more countries questioned WHO's ineffective handling of the epidemic. If more positive actions can be taken, it may reduce more casualties. He said, "WHO leaders should not allow politics to prevail over professionalism. The last thing they need to deal with pneumonia is actually meaningless and factless nonsense."
Also regarding the performance of WHO and its current Director-General in dealing with the new crown epidemic, Chinese President Xi Jinping replied to Tan Desai on Wednesday, praising his efforts to promote the global fight against the new crown pneumonia epidemic, saying that China will continue to provide the stand by. On March 17, Tan Desai sent a letter to Xi Jinping, stating that under his outstanding leadership, China has made incredible efforts to fight the new crown pneumonia epidemic. Thanks to the firm determination of the Chinese government and the diligence and dedication of the Chinese people, the new crown pneumonia epidemic has been comprehensively and quickly responded to in China.