Pro-abortion Chilean to lead major UN agency on women
September 28, 2010
UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has named Michelle Bachelet the head of United Nations Women, a major new international agency with a $500-million budget.
A victim of torture under the Pinochet regime, Bachelet served as president of Chile from 2006 to 2010. Steven Mosher of the Population Research Institute describes her as “a politician so committed to the abortion agenda that she was willing to go against her own judiciary and spend considerable political capital to achieve her ends.”
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- New U.N. Women’s Agency Gets Pro-Abortion Chile’s Ex-President as Leader (National Catholic Register)
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- Michelle Bachelet (Wikipedia)
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