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(CNSNews.com) – In the wake of recent revelations concerning anti-Catholicism at the top levels of the Danish government, the anti-abortion movement, which advocates for abortion rights as a matter of conscience, has held a rally at the Danish National Assembly on Monday.
The movement is drawing up its own petition demanding that an anti-abortion law be dropped in favor of a ban on abortion when men are given the right to terminate a pregnancy without the need for an abortion doctor’s note.
The anti-abortion movement’s rally is scheduled to take place at 1:00 p.m. in the National Assembly Hall.
The Danish government has come under fire for allowing a Danish newspaper to publish a list of names of Danish women who were raped by men whose bodies were buried for centuries near their homes in a bid to conceal the truth behind a rape case. The story of the women is widely believed to have led to a massive increase in the number of abortions and a decrease in the number of abortions allowed in Denmark.
But the anti-abortion movement, which is calling for the repeal of all abortion laws, feels that the list should be removed as well, saying that it contains personal information of “very high value” to the women who have been victimized by the rapes.
“The Danish women who are being raped are not our own people,” said Johan Aaltonen of Danish anti-abortion group Sveriges Radio on Sunday. “It’s important that these rapists are identified in the name of their victim an바카라사이트d we call on the Danish government to take steps to stop this.”
Aaltonen also cal더킹카지노led for the elimination of all anti-women legislation and for the legalization of sexual activity between men and women.
In 2013, the Danish parliament enacted a law allowing for a woman who has be바카라사이트en raped to bring an abortion lawsuit against the attacker as long as the abortion caused her harm or caused her the “severe suffering of her life.”
In 2014, a number of politicians, including Prime Minister Lars Lokke Rasmussen, signed a petition demanding that a bill be filed against any person who knowingly allows a child to be born with birth defects due to the failure of the parents to obtain an abortion at the time of conception.
Meanwhile, the Danish Center for Disease Prevention has reported on the alarming situation where 1.7 percent of Danish women are living in poverty, the highest rate in Europe. According to th