By Carlos Beltramo and Carlos Polo, Population Research Institute On April 26, 2007, the Mexican Congress decriminalized abortion. This outcome was the result of 40 years of pressure—and tens of millions in funding—from the U.S.-based population control establishment. But this decision did not mark the end of this ideological colonization, but only its beginning. In …Continue reading "Mexico’s Abortion Cartel"
By Tierin-Rose Mandelburg Just your daily dose of people celebrating the idea of killing more babies. On Wednesday, Mexico’s Supreme Court decriminalized abortion, ruling that national laws that ban the practice are unconstitutional and violate women’s rights before throwing out all federal criminal penalties. “The First Chamber of the Court ruled that the legal system that …Continue reading "Mexico Decriminalizes Abortion, Pro-Aborts Celebrate"
Mexico’s top court voted to decriminalize abortion for ‘people with the capacity to gestate’ in a case of blatant judicial activism. By Jonathon Van Maren In 2020, Mexico’s Supreme Court rejected the decriminalization of abortion by a wide margin, voting against it four to one. In a surprise ruling in September 2021, the judges voted unanimously to declare …Continue reading "Mexico’s Supreme Court decriminalizes abortion in woke activist ruling compared to Roe v. Wade"
By Dave Andrusko Building on an early decision, the Mexican Supreme Court on Wednesday struck down as unconstitutional that part of the federal penal code that criminalized abortion. Responding on social media, the justices decision “mak[es] abortion legally accessible in all federal health institutions across the country,” according to the New York Times. “It also ruled against …Continue reading "Mexico Supreme Court rules Federal Penal Code’s criminalization of abortion is unconstitutional"
By Dave Andrusko Back in June, on a 3-1 vote, the Supreme Court of Justice in Mexico rejected a proposal to overturn federal law that would have declared that it is unconstitutional to criminalize abortion and that women have the right to make their own decisions on abortion. Last week, less than two months later, …Continue reading "Lawmakers in Mexican state of Veracruz approve constitutional amendment “defending life from the moment of conception until natural death”"
Editor’s note. This appeared at the Parliamentary Network for Critical Issues. The Supreme Court of Justice in Mexico decided 3 to 1 to reject a proposal to overturn federal law and declare that the criminalization of abortion is unconstitutional and that women have the right to make their own decisions on abortion. Currently abortion is …Continue reading "Mexico: Supreme Court Decides Against Legalizing Abortion"
We at PRI have long argued that legalizing abortion does not reduce the number of women dying in childbirth. Now, out of Mexico, comes proof. By Carlos Polo and Moriah Bruno Editor’s note. This first appeared at the Population Research Institute (PRI). A recent study published in the British Medical Journal has found that laws …Continue reading "Permissive Abortion Laws Do Not Reduce Maternal Deaths"
Editor’s note. This appeared at the Parliamentary Network for Critical Issues. Ipas is an ultra-aggressive international promoter of abortion. While promoting access to abortion as a “reproductive right” at the United Nations and advocating for the elimination of pro-life laws, Ipas [International Project Assistance Services] is also busy creating illegal abortion networks in Mexico. The …Continue reading "Ipas Promotes Illegal Abortion Network in Mexico"
By Dave Andrusko “Incredible” is a much over-used superlative, but what else could describe the rescue of a three-month-old baby from a sewer in Mexico City? Alicia Tejada Ramos, a local resident of the Toriello Guerra neighborhood of Mexico City, told the Mirror newspaper that she heard crying below the ground. “I ignored the sound …Continue reading "Abandoned in a sewer, baby rescued in dramatic fashion, expected to recover fully"
By Dave Andrusko By the narrowest of margins, Mexico’s Supreme Court yesterday upheld the right of a state to amend its constitution to declare that life begins at conception. Although seven of the eleven-member court voted to overturn the amendment, eight votes are needed to overturn a law on grounds of unconstitutionality. In 2008 the …Continue reading "Mexico Supreme Court Upholds State Pro-Life Amendment"