Thursday, September 13, 2018

#BreakingNews Great Crowds at Pro-Life March in the Dominican Republic “Let’s Save Both Lives”

A Pro-Life March was held on Sunday in the Dominican Republic. People gathered in the capital to protest a bill that would legalize the killing of unborn babies in their country,  Unborn babies are currently protected under the law in the Dominican. Pro-lifers gathered with Catholic Archbishop Francisco Ozoria Acosta of Santiago for the “Let’s Save Both Lives” march. The marchers included a large number of Catholics and Protestants. They called on the government to keep the regulations protecting the unborn in place. The Archdiocese of Santo Domingo warned people saying, “Our obligation is to warn what will happen if abortion on three grounds is approved,” in a statement. In 2009, the country approved a pro-life constitutional change. The amendment states that “the right to life is inviolable from conception until death.” It passed with 128 in favor and 32 opposed. According to statistics Central and South American countries are very pro-life. Along with the Dominican Republic, Chile, El Salvador, Suriname, Honduras and Nicaragua protect unborn babies by banning abortion, as indicated by the Center for Reproductive Rights. Edited from LifeNews

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