Monday, November 30, 2009

Pro-lifers reject attempts to legalize abortion in Uruguay

The National Coordinating Association for Life has strongly rejected “every proposal to legalize abortion in Uruguay as a violation of human rights.”

In a statement, pro-life leaders reiterated “their commitment to the defense of life for every human from conception to natural death,” and rejected any attempt to put to vote a right that is inherent to the human person.

The association also affirmed its “commitment to provide help to pregnant women in difficult situations,” which the State must ensure by law.

For this reason, the pro-life leaders called on all Uruguayans to defend human life, without distinction for religion or political affiliation at this “critical moment” in the country’s history.
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