Jakarta, January 31, 2022 – A foreigner and an Indonesian citizen make a summons to the Minister of Health to immediately stop the Covid19 vaccination.
Jakarta, January 31, 2022 – A foreigner and an Indonesian citizen filed a summons to the Minister of Health to immediately stop the Covid19 vaccination.
Ted Hilbert, a foreigner, together with an Indonesian citizen accompanied by their attorney, Viktor Santoso Tandiasa from VST Law Firm, have sent an administrative objection letter “Somasi” to the Minister of Health to immediately stop the Covid19 vaccination program policy.
As a foreigner who already has a NIK (National ID card) and ITAP (Permanent Stay Permit) in Indonesia, Ted Hilbert is the party affected by the mandatory vaccination policy from the Indonesian government.
Meanwhile, as a person who has a very high concern for his own health, Ted Hilbert since September 2021 has repeatedly requested data and information from the Ministry of Health through lapor.go.id, ppid.kemenkes.go.id, ppid.pom.go.id, and even an escalation to the Ombudsman about the benefits and risks of using the Covid19 vaccine, including for Covid-19 survivors, because Ted Hilbert is a Covid19 survivor, where there are international journals that explain the greater risk for Covid19 survivors if vaccinated, as well as more than 140 international journals and guideline from WHO which are showing that natural immunity is at least the same or much better than the artificial immunity produced by the Covid-19 vaccines.
During the process of searching for data and science on the Covid19 vaccine (and the fact that none of the requests for information were properly answered by the government) it became clear that there were many problems regarding the Covid19 vaccination. The main problem found in this process is that the EUA (emergency use authorization) for the Covid19 vaccine is no longer valid.
This issue is also the main topic in the administrative objection letter and the proposed lawsuit against the health minister. The complete letter, including legal facts and data, is attached to this press release.
Here is the summary:
The official EUA regulation from BPOM (Indonesian equivalent of FDA) describes 5 mandatory points for the implementation of the use of an emergency permit. Three of the five mandatory criteria are not met:
Link to the official BPOM regulations regarding the Covid19 vaccine EUA: https://jdih.pom.go.id/download/product/1196/HK.02.02.1.2.11.20.1126/2020
Chapter II A.
2. (Safety) There is not enough evidence and data to show that the Covid19 vaccine is safe to use.
4. (Risk-benefit) From all available data, both in Indonesia and globally, it is clear that the risks outweigh the potential benefits.
5. (Alternative drugs) There are four drugs officially authorized by BPOM for the treatment of Covid19. So, the EUA for the Covid19 vaccine is no longer valid according to these rules.
As part of the content of the objection letter, the sender of the objection letter offered the Ministry of Health to meet and discuss the facts and data. The letter also provides a suggestion on how vaccinations can go ahead for people who want them without breaking the law.
After many attempts to obtain appropriate information and data from the Ministry of Health, it is with a heavy heart that this step has to be taken as there is no other option left. If there is no result after 10 days, the case will be continued as a lawsuit in the Administrative Court.
Complete letter with legal facts and data, attached for press members who need it. For additional information, for example: details about previous attempts to obtain information from the Ministry of Health, complete data, or other questions, please contact Ted Hilbert via email: email@example.com, Telegram @tedhilbert or through the proxy attorney listed in the attached letter.
Link: Folder of Administrative Objection to the Minister of Health of the Republic of Indonesia, data attachment and receipt of the Ministry of Health
The official letter and attachments are in Indonesian language. In case a translation is needed, members of the media can request via the above contact details.