UN Intervened to Change New York Abortion Law

By Austin Ruse, Center for Family and Human Rights

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NEW YORK, February 15 (C-Fam) Hardly anyone will have noticed that the United Nations, at least a part of it, was involved in the controversial New York State law that codified the U.S. Supreme Court decisions imposing abortion on demand up to birth.

Melissa Upreti, a “special mandate holder” connected to the UN Human Rights Council, testified last September before the New York City Council Committee on Women in which she told councilmen that international law requires abortion on demand until birth.

Upreti reminded New York City Councilmen that the “UN Working Group on discrimination against women in law and in practice” sent a letter to the U.S. “urging the passage of the Reproductive Health Act.”

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