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Cllr Sarah O’Reilly spoke at the March For Life in Bundoran last week.

Cllr Sarah O’Reilly spoke at the March For Life in Bundoran last week.

Cllr Sarah O’Reilly said “Ireland now has a spiralling abortion rate, all the while women are being kept in the dark about positive alternatives to abortion. Doctors and nurses and other healthcare workers are not even afforded proper freedom of conscience, to allow them to fully opt-out of facilitating abortions.”

Cllr O’Reilly continued “As more and more people come to know the truth of what is happening under the new abortion regime, the pro-life movement will become bigger and stronger than ever. That’s going to take time to achieve but I have a feeling it will happen much sooner than some of our opponents think.”

Cllr O’Reilly continued “The message we are sending today is simple. We will not be silenced or driven from the public square! We are going to insist on having proper representation at the decision-making table.”

Cllr O’Reilly concluded “We will keep fighting for a brighter day, where everyone, born and unborn, is welcomed in life and protected in law.”

 

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By Aontú Press | 30 May, 2022



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