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Dublin to Host March for Life Rally on May 6

Dublin: Ahead of the upcoming March for Life rally scheduled for May 6 at St. Stephen’s Green in Dublin, pro-life campaigners are intensifying their efforts to advocate for the sanctity of human life in Ireland. The rally, set to commence at 2 p.m. on the bank holiday, aims to galvanise support from individuals who share a commitment to preserving life.

Organisers are rallying pro-life citizens to lend their voices to the cause, emphasising that the rally serves as a resolute message to the government that the concerns of pro-life advocates cannot be disregarded.

Against the backdrop of 28,500 abortions performed in Ireland in the first four years following legalisation, with the highest number recorded in 2022 at 8,500, the rally seeks to spotlight the societal impact of Ireland’s abortion laws and champion a pro-life perspective.

Pro-life campaigners are calling for urgent attention to the issues stemming from the implementation of abortion legislation in Ireland. They accuse the government of sidelining their viewpoint during the ongoing review process, alleging bias in the selection of researchers and a reluctance to engage with pro-life perspectives.

Critics argue that the government, led by Health Minister Stephen Donnelly, has primarily engaged with pro-abortion stakeholders, neglecting to consider alternative viewpoints. They highlight a lack of information provided to young women about alternatives to abortion, leaving them feeling as though termination is the only recourse.

Moreover, campaigners raise concerns about the adequacy of the HSE’s My Options hotline system, labelling it as a streamlined pathway to abortion with insufficient counselling provided on alternative options.

Amidst these developments, campaigners stress the necessity for a renewed debate on the issue, asserting that the pro-life perspective remains pertinent in addressing the challenges posed by Ireland’s abortion laws.

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