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Trump is leading scores of nations to stand up against pro-abortion extremists in the United Nations



Trump is leading scores of nations to stand up against pro-abortion extremists in the United Nations
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Susan B. Anthony List (SBA List) today commended the Trump administration for leading the Geneva Consensus Declaration, signed by 32 nations representing 1.6 billion citizens, claiming that there is no international right to abortion.

On Thursday, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Secretary of Health & Human Services Alex Azar co-hosted a virtual signing ceremony with the governments of Brazil, Egypt, Hungary, Indonesia and Uganda.

“We would like to thank Secretary Pompeo and Secretary Azar for heading the international campaign to stand up to pro-abortion extremists in the UN and WHO,” said SBA List President Marjorie Dannenfelser. “Abortion is not medical treatment. Sovereign nations have the right to protect their most vulnerable people, including the unborn, and to be free from coercion and coercive attempts to expand abortion on demand. From day one, President Trump and his administration have been trying to stop the sale of abortion, making respect for life the official policy of the United States in our foreign affairs. We join our friends around the world in celebrating this historic declaration, which builds on the Trump administration’s dedication to upholding true human rights and dignity at every stage.

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In addition, seven-member nations of the Organization of American States (OAS) have signed a joint declaration affirming the right of every human being to life and the sovereign right of nations to make their own laws relating to the preservation of life from the moment of conception.

Alfonso Aguilar, Founder of the Latino Alliance for Conservative Values, said:

“President Trump stands for the preservation of life in the Americas like no other president in history. At a time when the Inter-American Commission and the Court of Human Rights, which, ironically, are meant to promote and protect human rights in the region, are actively trying to weaken the fundamental human rights of unborn children, the United States, acting in conjunction with eight other OAS member states, is raising its voice to say in no uncertain terms that the Organization of American States and its Member States

In August 2019, Pompeii and Azar sent a joint letter inviting world leaders to join the United States to condemn the United Nations attempts to create an international right to abortion on demand. The letter followed a joint declaration by the United States and eight other countries (Brazil, Egypt, Ghana, Haiti, Indonesia, Iraq, Nigeria, and Saudi Arabia) at the 2019 World Health Assembly opposing the interpretation of vague words such as ‘sexual and reproductive health and rights’ to implement a pro-abortion agenda.

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