Behind the scenes of Guatemala as the pro-life Ibero-American capital

This was stated by President Alejandro Giamatti last Sunday on his third television program “in consultation with Dr. Giamatti”, who by chance will celebrate his 66th birthday this Wednesday; Although the idea was floated last December during a trip to the United States.

The fact is that in record time, Congress approved this date on February 9 as Life Day, and the day before the official bulldozer gave the knockout blow with the approval of Initiative 5272, the Life and Family Protection Act, amid criticism from the opposition. Groups about articles that are reactionary and infringing.

Once the table is presented, this Wednesday, the country will be the first to be declared an “Ibero-American Pro-Live capital,” without knowing much about the origin of this name or having any evidence of the designation, digital website Media La Hora warned.

As confirmed by the Presidency’s Social Communications Secretariat (Scsp), seven criteria support its inclusion, among them, the introduction of the Public Policy for the Protection of Life and the Foundation of the Family, on July 25, 2021, through which Giamatti reiterated “Yes to Life” since his conception.

The source explained that the announcement was announced at the headquarters of the Permanent Mission of Guatemala to the United Nations and drew the attention of the pro-life Ibero-American Congress, which decided to strengthen the appointment.

In an institutional video prepared by the government to promote Conclave that begins today and lasts three days, a memorial is mentioned in the new Patio de la Vida, in the National Palace of Culture, as well as Giamatti’s speeches before. The Organization of American States, the United Nations and pro-life organizations in Washington to clarify their anti-abortion stance.

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The initiative promoted by the executive branch will begin with a cross-institutional agenda dedicated to the so-called “pro-life ideology,” amid complaints from opposition groups in Congress about the recently approved law, which includes penal code amendments to toughen penalties against women who abort, from Among its many controversial aspects.

In social networks, the hashtag #NoALa5272 is already a trend and more users agree to condemn “the hypocrisy of the government and the state that violates the right to life the most.”

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