WHO’s Tedros seen running unopposed for top job despite Ethiopia snub – sources

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By Emma Farge, Francesco Guarascio and Giulia Paravicini GENEVA (Reuters) – The World Health Organization’s chief looks set to run unopposed for a second term at the helm as tries to guide the world through its biggest health crisis in a century, sources said. However, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus lacks the support of his native Ethiopia due to friction over the Tigray conflict, the sources told Reuters. Exactly how he will be nominated ahead of the deadline for nominations next week is unclear amid opposition from the Addis Ababa government, they said. An Ethiopian former health minister from t…

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