After NGO resolutions are swept away by pro-life NGOs, the European Parliament can vote on a “radical” and “extremist” abortion resolution driven by progressive ideologies.
“Extreme” and “Extreme” he called The Washington-based think tank, Parliamentary Network on Critical Issues (PNCI), is a pending resolution by the European Parliament due to be adopted by the Commission for the widespread liberalization of abortion across the European Union.
Predrag Fred Matic of Croatia will record the draft resolution, which was introduced on May 25 and will be put to a vote in the first third of June. The aim of the document is to recognize the “right to abortion” across Europe, and to classify conscientious refusal of physicians as a “denial of health care”. This means it
Even if the doctor has a different conscience, he or she must abort the patient,
His refusal, on the basis of the general logic of the legislation, is supposed to result in a penalty.
Confronting the text of the draft resolution, the party groups protested, inter alia, that only member states could “blow” on abortion and that the EU institutions had nothing to do in this area.
The European Center for Law and Justice is a non-governmental organization based in Strasbourg Location He said no more than that
„Some politicians in the European Parliament want to exploit the potential of flexible law tools by introducing a new standard so that we are not talking about a classic legal standard from a legislative point of view.“.
According to a conservative NGO
The power of this strategy should not be underestimated.
They point out that although the decisions of the European Parliament do not have real binding force, the organization is still able to reveal its intention regarding the ideal direction of the legislative process through the opinion of character formation.
The organization asserts that a resolution, if adopted, could easily legitimize such rhetoric from a political point of view, which could be followed by de facto legislation in each Member State, which is why MEPs clearly aim to have an indirect legal effect .
The next decision of the European Parliament depends largely on the work of the Open Society Foundations, a non-governmental organization associated with Jergy Soros. sponsored by Center for Reproductive Rights. According to them,
„59% of women of childbearing age live in a country that allows widespread abortion, and 41% of women live under restrictive legislation. In the EU, only one member state does not allow abortion under any circumstances (Malta) and only one member state under very narrow conditions, with very restrictive tendencies (Poland). Of concern and urging a strong EU response is the apparent deterioration of women’s rights, including the right to safe and legal abortion, which is one of the main targets of the attacks.. “
But it wasn’t just the Center for Reproductive Rights that Giorgi Soros of the European Parliament’s Committee on Women’s Rights heard about. He also contacted the International Planned Parenthood Federation (which is also related to the Gates Foundation) for his professional opinion.
The head of the already mentioned conservative NGO, Gregor Bubinek, professor of law at the Sorbonne, said in this regard. the press. In this Puppinck describes it
The circumstances of the “birth” of the draft resolution were characterized by unilateral propaganda.
Representatives of these organizations and politicians in the European Parliament denounced the decisions of conservative NGOs such as ECLJ (but also Fondation Lejeune, Alliance Vita, ADF and CitizenGo).
Bupink also reported that while drafting the resolution, only one Spanish female MP, Margarita de la Pizza, spoke out against one-sided propaganda, which the politician described as “unique and totalitarian.”
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