Minister’s Criticism of Abortion & Gays

Source of news: March 02, 2007
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2007-03-05 14:16:26 / News read 3063 reading
Warsaw - Roman Giertych, Poland's Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Education, Friday upheld his controversial proposal to include a ban on abortion and rights for homosexuals in any possible future European constitution.

Giertych stirred controversy in Heidelberg, Germany, on Thursday during a meeting of EU education ministers when he openly criticized what he termed "homosexual propaganda" in a public speech.

A Polish government spokesman and Polish Foreign Minister Anna Fotyga said Friday in Warsaw Giertych was presenting his personal opinion, which did not reflect the official views of the government.

"The propaganda of homosexuality is reaching ever younger children." Giertych said in the speech released in Warsaw to the Polish media Friday.

"In some countries it is even forbidden for children in hospital to talk or read about mommy and daddy, because this allegedly violates minority rights. Let's free ourselves of this unwise political correctness," he said.

"If we will not use all our power to strengthen the family, then as a continent there is not future for us. We will be a continent settled by representatives of the Islamic world who care for the family," Giertych said.

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