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European parliamentarian denounces secret pro-abortion agenda of report on millennium development goals

.- European Parliamentarian Nirj Deva denounced a report on development for the new millennium entitled, "MDGs at the Midway Point", for its secret agenda of promoting abortion.

According to the Life Foundation in Spain, the British EU representative said, “This report by the European Parliament has little to do with the ‘a woman’s right to choose’ and everything to do with population control in the third world.”

Dava also said the while paragraph 41 of the report states that the UN is about to adopt a global objective in the area of reproductive health, the most radical positions of the UN, such as those espoused by the UN Population Fund, confirm that such a goal already exists.

The director of the Life Foundation, Manuel Cruz, said the report “incites the European Union to adopt a new global objective of universal access to sexual and reproductive health, which as we know is the way they refer to abortion and contraception.”

Cruz denounced the “political violence” that strips the human person of his dignity and imposes conduct that degrades the person by taking advantage of people in their weakest moments.  “This political violence is also unacceptable in the promotion of abortion in the third world,” he said.


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