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Ireland One and Ireland (abortion) Free!



Don’t let Ireland become like Britain

The Eighth Amendment to the Irish Constitution (1983) reads:

“The State acknowledges the right to life of the unborn and, with due regard to the equal right to life of the mother, guarantees in its laws to respect, and, as far as practicable, by its laws to defend and vindicate that right.”

Precious Life states:

“In May, we face a referendum to remove the right to life of preborn babies from our Constitution. The proposal put forward by the government would make our ‘abortion laws’ more extreme than the UK where 200,000 babies lose their lives every year.

March 10th is the last major pro-life rally where we stand FOR life before the referendum. If we sit back and do nothing, this may be the last year where preborn babies have a right to life in Ireland.”

Keep Ireland Abortion-Free

With a referendum due later this year aimed at over-turning the Eighth Amendment of the Irish Constitution – which recognises in law the right to life of unborn children, thereby outlawing abortion – it’s crunch-time in the fight to keep Ireland abortion-free.

Do whatever you can to help the Irish pro-life movement. Contact:

Youth DefenceFacebookwebsite

Life InstituteFacebookwebsite

Abortion-free Poland on the way?

Abortion was up for debate in the Polish parliament last week resulting in draft legislation to liberalise the current laws being thrown out.

At the moment there are about 1000 ‘legal’ unborn baby murders every year in Poland. Approximately 96% of these abortions are granted on grounds of suspected disability of the unborn baby.

At the same time draft legislation to tighten the current ‘law’, by banning abortion on grounds of disability, was passed and can now go on to the next stage of the legislative process.