(by Christina Maas | Reclaim The Net) – Members of the European Parliament have voted to extend the vaccine passport program until June 2023, despite the fact that the controversial measures that eroded civil liberties during the pandemic are winding down in other areas. The plan was approved by 432 votes, with 130 voting against it and 23 abstentions. It is now awaiting approval by the European Council. Before the vote, the president of the parliament’s Civil Liberties Committee, Juan Fernando Lopez Aguilar noted that “the pandemic is not over,” further arguing that a “time-limited extension is reasonable.” Objecting the […]

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