Council of Europe Decrees Vaccines Must Not be Mandatory and the Non-Vaccinated Must Not be Discriminated Against

Justice4Poland.com

January 29, 2021

ER Editor: This is a welcome resolution, if it carries sufficient weight. It was adopted by the Parliament two days ago, January 27. The Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe contains non-EU members such as Russia, Turkey, Belarus, Azerbaijian and Ukraine. From Wikipedia:

TheParliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe(PACE) is the parliamentary arm of theCouncil of Europe, a 47-nation international organisation dedicated to upholding human rights, democracy and the rule of law.

The Assembly is made up of 324 members drawn from the national parliaments of the Council of Europe’s member states, and generally meets four times a year for week-long plenary sessions inStrasbourg.

Here is the one-page PACE document: Covid-19 vaccines: ethical, legal and practical considerations.

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Council of Europe Decrees Vaccines Must Not be Mandatory and the Non-Vaccinated Must Not be Discriminated Against

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  1. That’s basically an acknowlegement of what are included in International law, UN Human Rights (UDHR doc.), Geneva Convention, Nüremberg Code etc. (Most countries has already accepted and signed the two first, so …)

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