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NEVER AGAIN. Protest for Savita's Laws November 21, 2012 6:00pm

Ramon Mercadar

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NEVER AGAIN. Protest for Savita's Laws

Join us and stand together for the introduction of Savita's Laws.

Dail, Kildare Street, Wednesday, November 21, 2012 6:00pm

This campaign has been set up in the wake of the unnecessary death of a woman, Savita Halappanavar, in an Irish hospital in the year 2012, after being denied an abortion she repeatedly requested. Its purpose is to ensure the changing of Ireland's abortion laws to ensure that this never happens again to another woman in Ireland; to never again deny a woman of her agency in her own health decisions.


Civil and criminal law has no place in any pregnant woman's healthcare. Politicians and legislators can never be in a position to decide what is best for any and all pregnant women in Ireland. The people to make the best decisions on what is right for any given pregnant woman's health in any situation are that pregnant woman and her medical team. No longer can legislators be allowed in the operating room and given veto power over medical decisions made by doctors and patients. No other healthcare treatment is subject to such dangerous political interference, and abortion should not be either.

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sport02

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Politics.ie turning into Savita.ie.

How many threads at this stage?
 

Ramon Mercadar

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Politics.ie turning into Savita.ie.

How many threads at this stage?
This is a thread advertising an event, in the events forum.
 

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Another event, yippee
 

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The father of a pregnant Indian woman who died after being refused an abortion in Ireland has asked the country's Prime Minister to change the abortion laws to prevent others meeting the fate of his daughter. In a direct appeal to Prime Minister Enda Kenny, grieving Andanappa Yalagi said altering the legislation would "save the lives of so many women in the future".
Savita's father calls for change to Ireland's abortion laws - Hindustan Times

SAvitas father supports change in Abortion Laws. Is he exploiting her death?
 

southwestkerry

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time to stop all this... its getting to be a pain.
 

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Never again? Can you please inform us about the sequence of events? You must know all the facts.

My father contracted sceptecema last feb in hospital - very unpleasant and almost died. He hadn't been operated on but had a been on a drip for dyhydration.

What do you mean by never again? There is no country in the world where women don't die during pregnancy.. Ireland has a world class record in caring for pregnant women and their unborn babies - even better than many of those countries where abortion is widely exercised.

There is no doubt that this very tragic case is being hyjacked by pro abortion groups. Ireland was and still is a very safe place for pregnant women and their babies..
 

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The OP should spend time protesting on the streets on India's brutal human rights record. Highest child mortality rates in the world.
 

Ramon Mercadar

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Savitas father is calling for legislation, is he hijacking her death?

Savita was left for three days in agony without treatment.
 

MariaMcN

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The extreme pro-choice movement are shamelessly and opportunistically exploiting this tragic case for their own pro-abortion agenda. It's cynical and disgusting.
 

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The OP should spend time protesting on the streets on India's brutal human rights record. Highest child mortality rates in the world.
This is about a woman who died in an Irish hospital after being left in agony, without treatment for three days.
 

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The extreme pro-choice movement are shamelessly and opportunistically exploiting this tragic case for their own pro-abortion agenda. It's cynical and disgusting.
Is Savitas father exploiting her death?
 

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NEVER AGAIN. Protest for Savita's Laws

Join us and stand together for the introduction of Savita's Laws.

Dail, Kildare Street, Wednesday, November 21, 2012 6:00pm

This campaign has been set up in the wake of the unnecessary death of a woman, Savita Halappanavar, in an Irish hospital in the year 2012, after being denied an abortion she repeatedly requested. Its purpose is to ensure the changing of Ireland's abortion laws to ensure that this never happens again to another woman in Ireland; to never again deny a woman of her agency in her own health decisions.


Civil and criminal law has no place in any pregnant woman's healthcare. Politicians and legislators can never be in a position to decide what is best for any and all pregnant women in Ireland. The people to make the best decisions on what is right for any given pregnant woman's health in any situation are that pregnant woman and her medical team. No longer can legislators be allowed in the operating room and given veto power over medical decisions made by doctors and patients. No other healthcare treatment is subject to such dangerous political interference, and abortion should not be either.

NEVER AGAIN. Protest for Savita's Laws | Facebook
Thanks for the heads up, I'll pass the word...:|
 

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Is Savitas father exploiting her death?
No, you and others in the 'choice' movement are. You don't care about her, you care about having abortion on demand in Ireland and you are hijacking her case to push a long-standing agenda.
 


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