* MEXICO “Regan” A NICARAGUA IN THE UN FOR NOT LEGALIZE THE ABORTION
* TWO FACES OF MEXICAN GOVERNMENT TO ABORTION AND HOMOSEXUALITY
* Ideological TRANSFER IS CONFIRMED TO SOCIAL DEMOCRACY BREAD
The PAN government of Felipe Calderón, has sided: in the country, opposing abortion and simulates unions between same sex, but outside its territory, backs calls abortion and gay marriage.
The facts speak louder than any words.
Some weeks ago – as we released here the past 17
January – The Mexican government endorsed the United Nations Organization a proposal encouraged by abortion and homosexual lobbies.
The attitude of the PAN system generated strangeness
to worldwide, prompting talk of a real betrayal
of nations “Catholic” within the UN.
But it is worse. It turns out that the representation of the Mexican government was one that chastised
this week the government of Nicaragua,
within the Human Rights Commission of the UN, not to approve of abortion.
It turns out that the government of Nicaragua
stated, through its Minister of Interior
(or Internal), Ana Isabel Morales Mazún,
the opposite of that Central American country to legalize the crime being committed to the elimination of an innocent and helpless, that is, by abortion in all its variants. Given this situation, the representation of the government of Felipe Calderón called for legal reform in that nation to decriminalize abortion.
The position taken by the representative of the Calderon confirms the attitude suspicious of
Mexico’s ruling party, the PAN,
attempting to confuse Catholics and the Catholic Church as a whole, with the approval of constitutional amendments in 17 states of Mexico, where in a misleading
way – as demonstrated here
and in the prestigious and influential legal journal Iustitiae Sacerdos
– is decriminalizing abortion and obligates states to provide support “comprehensive” (sic) to the abortionists,
while registration is in the legal recognition to life merely written from conception until death.
The Mexican government’s actions leave no doubt about the break with the Catholic electorate.
But ideological support the transfer taking place in Mexico’s ruling party, which officially is a member of the Christian Democratic International, but in practice is alienated to the International Socialist or Social Democracy.
Now we understand why the PAN has been aggressively seeking an alliance with the socialist PRD in elections to be held this year in Mexico to renew state government …?
* The author conducted and concluded LL.M. studies at UNAM.