Cedeño assures that despite the fact that the law dates from 2007, this cause “suspicions of perhaps a plan that could threaten the free peoples of the world.”
The lawyer Luis Cedeño filed a claim of unconstitutionality for the powers granted to the Ministry of Health in claiming the obligation in the applicationn of the Covid-19 vaccine in Panama.
Cedeño, on behalf of a group of lawyers, filed a lawsuit cAgainst article No. 14 of Law 48, of December 5, 2007 which empowers the Minister of Health to order at the time of risk extraordinary immunization actions that are necessary and mandatory for all residents of the country.
Cedeño assures that despite the fact that the law dates from 2007, this cause “suspicions of perhaps a plan that could threaten the free peoples of the world “,
Affirms that these norms are contrary to constitutional rights and international treaties of Human Rights, among which he mentioned the Universal Declaration on Bioethics and Human Rights.
Cedeño bases the claim on an article 6 of Numeral 1 indicates “that any preventive medical intervention can be understood as a vaccine It can only be carried out with the prior free and informed consent of the person concerned, based on the appropriate information … “.