"The COVID-19 pandemic has, by its very nature as a medical crisis of global proportion, placed the World Health Organization (WHO) under an international magnifying glass...
The performance of the WHO in the present corona crisis, and specifically that of its director-general, Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, constitute perhaps the major factor in the global administration and regulation of the international struggle to contain the virus, to reduce the amount of victims, and to generate, encourage and coordinate efforts to find the medical response to the challenge.
As time goes by since the initial appearance of the virus in China in late November 2019, the performance and functioning of Dr. Tedros, as the chief international health official responsible for directing the international community in its dealing with the virus, has come under considerable international criticism, and even demands that he be indicted for criminal liability.
In a 13-language petition launched on January 31, 2020, by Osuka Yip, a Canadian, evidently of Taiwanese origin, and addressed to the UN, almost one million signatories have called for Tedros' resignation.
The petition asserts that the United Nations health official and the organization's actions in dealing with the coronavirus outbreak have been unacceptable, adding that Tedros is "unfit" for his role as head of the organization..."