18th Mexican state passes pro-life constitutional amendment

2 August 2016
Photo credit: Life Site
Photo credit: Life Site
<p>The Mexican state of Veracruz has become the eighteenth Mexican state to approve a pro-life constitutional amendment that protects the right to life of the unborn, sparking outrage from feminist groups and the pro-abortion agencies of the United Nations.</p><p>The amendment, approved by the state legislature on July 27 by a vote of 34-9, affirms, “The State will guarantee the right to life of the human person from the moment of conception until natural death, as a primordial value that supports the exercise of all other rights, save the exceptions made in the laws.”</p><p>The “exceptions” referred to in the amendment include rape, a deformity, or risk to the life of the mother, which are already listed in the state’s penal code.</p>
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