Strong Pro-Life Victory in El Salvador

Effort to “relax” the law fails By Marie Smith, Parliamentary Network for Critical Issues A pro-life victory occurred in El Salvador yesterday, one of the strongest pro-life countries in the world, as anticipated votes on two bills to change the criminal code to allow exceptions to abortion failed to materialize before Congress adjourned. A new …

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Awakening and Mobilizing the “Sleeping Majority” of Pro-Lifers in El Salvador

By Jay Hobbs Every day for the past decade, a small group has gathered to pray for an end to abortion in El Salvador—a nation of six million citizens which, though it boasts some of the most protective abortion laws in the world, sees more than its share of illegal abortions. Ana Munguia has also …

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El Salvador: Court Protects Life of Beatriz and Her Child

By Marie Smith, Director, Parliamentary Network for Critical Issues Pro-abortion activists are attempting to use the case of a 22-year-old pregnant El Salvadoran woman in her 26th week of pregnancy to challenge the country’s ban on abortion. The woman, given the pseudo name Beatriz, is afflicted with lupus and her unborn child was diagnosed with …

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