Tag Archives: Finland

Finnish minister defeats “no confidence” motion called on his pro-life beliefs

“How odd it is that someone would have to defend the right to defend life.” By SPUC—the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children In an encouraging example of what can happen when politicians stand by their

Finland set to debate euthanasia

By Paul Russell, Founder, HOPE Australia A citizen’s initiative to raise the issue of euthanasia in the Finnish Parliament (Eduskunta) has gathered the requisite 50,000 signatories required to trigger a parliamentary debate. [1] As in many countries,

Finnish Mother receives life sentence for murdering five newborns

By Dave Andrusko From Yahoo News, this almost unbelievable lead: Helsinki (AFP) – A Finnish court on Monday sentenced a 36-year-old woman to life in prison for killing her five newborns between 2005 and 2013 and hiding

Following criticism of abortion law Finland’s Interior Minister meets with MCCL GO

By Pat Buckley, European Life Network Finland’s Interior Minister sparked uproar in Finland in July by sharply criticizing the country’s liberal abortion laws. In a speech to a Lutheran missions gathering in Kankaanpää in southwestern Finland, Interior Minister

MCCL Global Outreach in Finland

Leaders discuss fetal pain, effects of abortion on women HELSINKI, Finland—Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life Global Outreach Director Scott Fischbach and Finland’s Interior Minister Dr. Paivi Rasanen met today in the Finnish Parliament House. The leaders discussed