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Every life matters, at the anti abortion demonstration, Madrid

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A woman holds up a plastic reproduction of a foetus.
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The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there where 2 million people at a demonstration in Madrid against the new abortion law. Madrid, Spain, 17/10/2009. The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there were 2 million people at a demonstration, 17 October 2009, in Madrid against the new abortion law. People not only came from all parts of Spain, but also 234 associations, from forty five countries, supported the event with many representatives participating in the demonstration. Part of the manifesto of the organisers spells out the objections not only to abortion as a practice but also the decriminalisation of abortion. Moreover another aspect of the new Spanish abortion law that is unacceptable to the demonstrators is the fact that it imposes on health care and education professionals the obligation to get involved with gender ideology and its vision on sex and the person. Last three images: Benigno Blanco, president Foro Español de la Familia and representative of Cada Vida Importa; The Mayoress of Pamplona, Yolanda Barcina Angulo; and (last image) José María Alfredo Aznar López, ex Prime Ministrer of the last PP party when in government (1996 to 2004).
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The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there where 2 million people at a demonstration in Madrid against the new abortion law. Madrid, Spain, 17/10/2009. The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there were 2 million people at a demonstration, 17 October 2009, in Madrid against the new abortion law. People not only came from all parts of Spain, but also 234 associations, from forty five countries, supported the event with many representatives participating in the demonstration. Part of the manifesto of the organisers spells out the objections not only to abortion as a practice but also the decriminalisation of abortion. Moreover another aspect of the new Spanish abortion law that is unacceptable to the demonstrators is the fact that it imposes on health care and education professionals the obligation to get involved with gender ideology and its vision on sex and the person. Last three images: Benigno Blanco, president Foro Español de la Familia and representative of Cada Vida Importa; The Mayoress of Pamplona, Yolanda Barcina Angulo; and (last image) José María Alfredo Aznar López, ex Prime Ministrer of the last PP party when in government (1996 to 2004).
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The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there where 2 million people at a demonstration in Madrid against the new abortion law. Madrid, Spain, 17/10/2009. The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there were 2 million people at a demonstration, 17 October 2009, in Madrid against the new abortion law. People not only came from all parts of Spain, but also 234 associations, from forty five countries, supported the event with many representatives participating in the demonstration. Part of the manifesto of the organisers spells out the objections not only to abortion as a practice but also the decriminalisation of abortion. Moreover another aspect of the new Spanish abortion law that is unacceptable to the demonstrators is the fact that it imposes on health care and education professionals the obligation to get involved with gender ideology and its vision on sex and the person. Last three images: Benigno Blanco, president Foro Español de la Familia and representative of Cada Vida Importa; The Mayoress of Pamplona, Yolanda Barcina Angulo; and (last image) José María Alfredo Aznar López, ex Prime Ministrer of the last PP party when in government (1996 to 2004).
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The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there where 2 million people at a demonstration in Madrid against the new abortion law. Madrid, Spain, 17/10/2009. The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there were 2 million people at a demonstration, 17 October 2009, in Madrid against the new abortion law. People not only came from all parts of Spain, but also 234 associations, from forty five countries, supported the event with many representatives participating in the demonstration. Part of the manifesto of the organisers spells out the objections not only to abortion as a practice but also the decriminalisation of abortion. Moreover another aspect of the new Spanish abortion law that is unacceptable to the demonstrators is the fact that it imposes on health care and education professionals the obligation to get involved with gender ideology and its vision on sex and the person. Last three images: Benigno Blanco, president Foro Español de la Familia and representative of Cada Vida Importa; The Mayoress of Pamplona, Yolanda Barcina Angulo; and (last image) José María Alfredo Aznar López, ex Prime Ministrer of the last PP party when in government (1996 to 2004).
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The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there where 2 million people at a demonstration in Madrid against the new abortion law. Madrid, Spain, 17/10/2009. The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there were 2 million people at a demonstration, 17 October 2009, in Madrid against the new abortion law. People not only came from all parts of Spain, but also 234 associations, from forty five countries, supported the event with many representatives participating in the demonstration. Part of the manifesto of the organisers spells out the objections not only to abortion as a practice but also the decriminalisation of abortion. Moreover another aspect of the new Spanish abortion law that is unacceptable to the demonstrators is the fact that it imposes on health care and education professionals the obligation to get involved with gender ideology and its vision on sex and the person. Last three images: Benigno Blanco, president Foro Español de la Familia and representative of Cada Vida Importa; The Mayoress of Pamplona, Yolanda Barcina Angulo; and (last image) José María Alfredo Aznar López, ex Prime Ministrer of the last PP party when in government (1996 to 2004).
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The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there where 2 million people at a demonstration in Madrid against the new abortion law. Madrid, Spain, 17/10/2009. The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there were 2 million people at a demonstration, 17 October 2009, in Madrid against the new abortion law. People not only came from all parts of Spain, but also 234 associations, from forty five countries, supported the event with many representatives participating in the demonstration. Part of the manifesto of the organisers spells out the objections not only to abortion as a practice but also the decriminalisation of abortion. Moreover another aspect of the new Spanish abortion law that is unacceptable to the demonstrators is the fact that it imposes on health care and education professionals the obligation to get involved with gender ideology and its vision on sex and the person. Last three images: Benigno Blanco, president Foro Español de la Familia and representative of Cada Vida Importa; The Mayoress of Pamplona, Yolanda Barcina Angulo; and (last image) José María Alfredo Aznar López, ex Prime Ministrer of the last PP party when in government (1996 to 2004).
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The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there where 2 million people at a demonstration in Madrid against the new abortion law. Madrid, Spain, 17/10/2009. The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there were 2 million people at a demonstration, 17 October 2009, in Madrid against the new abortion law. People not only came from all parts of Spain, but also 234 associations, from forty five countries, supported the event with many representatives participating in the demonstration. Part of the manifesto of the organisers spells out the objections not only to abortion as a practice but also the decriminalisation of abortion. Moreover another aspect of the new Spanish abortion law that is unacceptable to the demonstrators is the fact that it imposes on health care and education professionals the obligation to get involved with gender ideology and its vision on sex and the person. Last three images: Benigno Blanco, president Foro Español de la Familia and representative of Cada Vida Importa; The Mayoress of Pamplona, Yolanda Barcina Angulo; and (last image) José María Alfredo Aznar López, ex Prime Ministrer of the last PP party when in government (1996 to 2004).
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The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there where 2 million people at a demonstration in Madrid against the new abortion law. Madrid, Spain, 17/10/2009. The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there were 2 million people at a demonstration, 17 October 2009, in Madrid against the new abortion law. People not only came from all parts of Spain, but also 234 associations, from forty five countries, supported the event with many representatives participating in the demonstration. Part of the manifesto of the organisers spells out the objections not only to abortion as a practice but also the decriminalisation of abortion. Moreover another aspect of the new Spanish abortion law that is unacceptable to the demonstrators is the fact that it imposes on health care and education professionals the obligation to get involved with gender ideology and its vision on sex and the person. Last three images: Benigno Blanco, president Foro Español de la Familia and representative of Cada Vida Importa; The Mayoress of Pamplona, Yolanda Barcina Angulo; and (last image) José María Alfredo Aznar López, ex Prime Ministrer of the last PP party when in government (1996 to 2004).
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The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there where 2 million people at a demonstration in Madrid against the new abortion law. Madrid, Spain, 17/10/2009. The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there were 2 million people at a demonstration, 17 October 2009, in Madrid against the new abortion law. People not only came from all parts of Spain, but also 234 associations, from forty five countries, supported the event with many representatives participating in the demonstration. Part of the manifesto of the organisers spells out the objections not only to abortion as a practice but also the decriminalisation of abortion. Moreover another aspect of the new Spanish abortion law that is unacceptable to the demonstrators is the fact that it imposes on health care and education professionals the obligation to get involved with gender ideology and its vision on sex and the person. Last three images: Benigno Blanco, president Foro Español de la Familia and representative of Cada Vida Importa; The Mayoress of Pamplona, Yolanda Barcina Angulo; and (last image) José María Alfredo Aznar López, ex Prime Ministrer of the last PP party when in government (1996 to 2004).
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The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there where 2 million people at a demonstration in Madrid against the new abortion law. Madrid, Spain, 17/10/2009. The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there were 2 million people at a demonstration, 17 October 2009, in Madrid against the new abortion law. People not only came from all parts of Spain, but also 234 associations, from forty five countries, supported the event with many representatives participating in the demonstration. Part of the manifesto of the organisers spells out the objections not only to abortion as a practice but also the decriminalisation of abortion. Moreover another aspect of the new Spanish abortion law that is unacceptable to the demonstrators is the fact that it imposes on health care and education professionals the obligation to get involved with gender ideology and its vision on sex and the person. Last three images: Benigno Blanco, president Foro Español de la Familia and representative of Cada Vida Importa; The Mayoress of Pamplona, Yolanda Barcina Angulo; and (last image) José María Alfredo Aznar López, ex Prime Ministrer of the last PP party when in government (1996 to 2004).
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The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there where 2 million people at a demonstration in Madrid against the new abortion law. Madrid, Spain, 17/10/2009. The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there were 2 million people at a demonstration, 17 October 2009, in Madrid against the new abortion law. People not only came from all parts of Spain, but also 234 associations, from forty five countries, supported the event with many representatives participating in the demonstration. Part of the manifesto of the organisers spells out the objections not only to abortion as a practice but also the decriminalisation of abortion. Moreover another aspect of the new Spanish abortion law that is unacceptable to the demonstrators is the fact that it imposes on health care and education professionals the obligation to get involved with gender ideology and its vision on sex and the person. Last three images: Benigno Blanco, president Foro Español de la Familia and representative of Cada Vida Importa; The Mayoress of Pamplona, Yolanda Barcina Angulo; and (last image) José María Alfredo Aznar López, ex Prime Ministrer of the last PP party when in government (1996 to 2004).
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The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there where 2 million people at a demonstration in Madrid against the new abortion law. Madrid, Spain, 17/10/2009. The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there were 2 million people at a demonstration, 17 October 2009, in Madrid against the new abortion law. People not only came from all parts of Spain, but also 234 associations, from forty five countries, supported the event with many representatives participating in the demonstration. Part of the manifesto of the organisers spells out the objections not only to abortion as a practice but also the decriminalisation of abortion. Moreover another aspect of the new Spanish abortion law that is unacceptable to the demonstrators is the fact that it imposes on health care and education professionals the obligation to get involved with gender ideology and its vision on sex and the person. Last three images: Benigno Blanco, president Foro Español de la Familia and representative of Cada Vida Importa; The Mayoress of Pamplona, Yolanda Barcina Angulo; and (last image) José María Alfredo Aznar López, ex Prime Ministrer of the last PP party when in government (1996 to 2004).
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The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there where 2 million people at a demonstration in Madrid against the new abortion law. Madrid, Spain, 17/10/2009. The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there were 2 million people at a demonstration, 17 October 2009, in Madrid against the new abortion law. People not only came from all parts of Spain, but also 234 associations, from forty five countries, supported the event with many representatives participating in the demonstration. Part of the manifesto of the organisers spells out the objections not only to abortion as a practice but also the decriminalisation of abortion. Moreover another aspect of the new Spanish abortion law that is unacceptable to the demonstrators is the fact that it imposes on health care and education professionals the obligation to get involved with gender ideology and its vision on sex and the person. Last three images: Benigno Blanco, president Foro Español de la Familia and representative of Cada Vida Importa; The Mayoress of Pamplona, Yolanda Barcina Angulo; and (last image) José María Alfredo Aznar López, ex Prime Ministrer of the last PP party when in government (1996 to 2004).
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The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there where 2 million people at a demonstration in Madrid against the new abortion law. Madrid, Spain, 17/10/2009. The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there were 2 million people at a demonstration, 17 October 2009, in Madrid against the new abortion law. People not only came from all parts of Spain, but also 234 associations, from forty five countries, supported the event with many representatives participating in the demonstration. Part of the manifesto of the organisers spells out the objections not only to abortion as a practice but also the decriminalisation of abortion. Moreover another aspect of the new Spanish abortion law that is unacceptable to the demonstrators is the fact that it imposes on health care and education professionals the obligation to get involved with gender ideology and its vision on sex and the person. Last three images: Benigno Blanco, president Foro Español de la Familia and representative of Cada Vida Importa; The Mayoress of Pamplona, Yolanda Barcina Angulo; and (last image) José María Alfredo Aznar López, ex Prime Ministrer of the last PP party when in government (1996 to 2004).
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The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there where 2 million people at a demonstration in Madrid against the new abortion law. Madrid, Spain, 17/10/2009. The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there were 2 million people at a demonstration, 17 October 2009, in Madrid against the new abortion law. People not only came from all parts of Spain, but also 234 associations, from forty five countries, supported the event with many representatives participating in the demonstration. Part of the manifesto of the organisers spells out the objections not only to abortion as a practice but also the decriminalisation of abortion. Moreover another aspect of the new Spanish abortion law that is unacceptable to the demonstrators is the fact that it imposes on health care and education professionals the obligation to get involved with gender ideology and its vision on sex and the person. Last three images: Benigno Blanco, president Foro Español de la Familia and representative of Cada Vida Importa; The Mayoress of Pamplona, Yolanda Barcina Angulo; and (last image) José María Alfredo Aznar López, ex Prime Ministrer of the last PP party when in government (1996 to 2004).
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The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there where 2 million people at a demonstration in Madrid against the new abortion law. Madrid, Spain, 17/10/2009. The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there were 2 million people at a demonstration, 17 October 2009, in Madrid against the new abortion law. People not only came from all parts of Spain, but also 234 associations, from forty five countries, supported the event with many representatives participating in the demonstration. Part of the manifesto of the organisers spells out the objections not only to abortion as a practice but also the decriminalisation of abortion. Moreover another aspect of the new Spanish abortion law that is unacceptable to the demonstrators is the fact that it imposes on health care and education professionals the obligation to get involved with gender ideology and its vision on sex and the person. Last three images: Benigno Blanco, president Foro Español de la Familia and representative of Cada Vida Importa; The Mayoress of Pamplona, Yolanda Barcina Angulo; and (last image) José María Alfredo Aznar López, ex Prime Ministrer of the last PP party when in government (1996 to 2004).
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The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there where 2 million people at a demonstration in Madrid against the new abortion law. Madrid, Spain, 17/10/2009. The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there were 2 million people at a demonstration, 17 October 2009, in Madrid against the new abortion law. People not only came from all parts of Spain, but also 234 associations, from forty five countries, supported the event with many representatives participating in the demonstration. Part of the manifesto of the organisers spells out the objections not only to abortion as a practice but also the decriminalisation of abortion. Moreover another aspect of the new Spanish abortion law that is unacceptable to the demonstrators is the fact that it imposes on health care and education professionals the obligation to get involved with gender ideology and its vision on sex and the person. Last three images: Benigno Blanco, president Foro Español de la Familia and representative of Cada Vida Importa; The Mayoress of Pamplona, Yolanda Barcina Angulo; and (last image) José María Alfredo Aznar López, ex Prime Ministrer of the last PP party when in government (1996 to 2004).
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The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there where 2 million people at a demonstration in Madrid against the new abortion law. Madrid, Spain, 17/10/2009. The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there were 2 million people at a demonstration, 17 October 2009, in Madrid against the new abortion law. People not only came from all parts of Spain, but also 234 associations, from forty five countries, supported the event with many representatives participating in the demonstration. Part of the manifesto of the organisers spells out the objections not only to abortion as a practice but also the decriminalisation of abortion. Moreover another aspect of the new Spanish abortion law that is unacceptable to the demonstrators is the fact that it imposes on health care and education professionals the obligation to get involved with gender ideology and its vision on sex and the person. Last three images: Benigno Blanco, president Foro Español de la Familia and representative of Cada Vida Importa; The Mayoress of Pamplona, Yolanda Barcina Angulo; and (last image) José María Alfredo Aznar López, ex Prime Ministrer of the last PP party when in government (1996 to 2004).
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The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there where 2 million people at a demonstration in Madrid against the new abortion law. Madrid, Spain, 17/10/2009. The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there were 2 million people at a demonstration, 17 October 2009, in Madrid against the new abortion law. People not only came from all parts of Spain, but also 234 associations, from forty five countries, supported the event with many representatives participating in the demonstration. Part of the manifesto of the organisers spells out the objections not only to abortion as a practice but also the decriminalisation of abortion. Moreover another aspect of the new Spanish abortion law that is unacceptable to the demonstrators is the fact that it imposes on health care and education professionals the obligation to get involved with gender ideology and its vision on sex and the person. Last three images: Benigno Blanco, president Foro Español de la Familia and representative of Cada Vida Importa; The Mayoress of Pamplona, Yolanda Barcina Angulo; and (last image) José María Alfredo Aznar López, ex Prime Ministrer of the last PP party when in government (1996 to 2004).
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The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there where 2 million people at a demonstration in Madrid against the new abortion law. Madrid, Spain, 17/10/2009. The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there were 2 million people at a demonstration, 17 October 2009, in Madrid against the new abortion law. People not only came from all parts of Spain, but also 234 associations, from forty five countries, supported the event with many representatives participating in the demonstration. Part of the manifesto of the organisers spells out the objections not only to abortion as a practice but also the decriminalisation of abortion. Moreover another aspect of the new Spanish abortion law that is unacceptable to the demonstrators is the fact that it imposes on health care and education professionals the obligation to get involved with gender ideology and its vision on sex and the person. Last three images: Benigno Blanco, president Foro Español de la Familia and representative of Cada Vida Importa; The Mayoress of Pamplona, Yolanda Barcina Angulo; and (last image) José María Alfredo Aznar López, ex Prime Ministrer of the last PP party when in government (1996 to 2004).
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The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there where 2 million people at a demonstration in Madrid against the new abortion law. Madrid, Spain, 17/10/2009. The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there were 2 million people at a demonstration, 17 October 2009, in Madrid against the new abortion law. People not only came from all parts of Spain, but also 234 associations, from forty five countries, supported the event with many representatives participating in the demonstration. Part of the manifesto of the organisers spells out the objections not only to abortion as a practice but also the decriminalisation of abortion. Moreover another aspect of the new Spanish abortion law that is unacceptable to the demonstrators is the fact that it imposes on health care and education professionals the obligation to get involved with gender ideology and its vision on sex and the person. Last three images: Benigno Blanco, president Foro Español de la Familia and representative of Cada Vida Importa; The Mayoress of Pamplona, Yolanda Barcina Angulo; and (last image) José María Alfredo Aznar López, ex Prime Ministrer of the last PP party when in government (1996 to 2004).
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The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there where 2 million people at a demonstration in Madrid against the new abortion law. Madrid, Spain, 17/10/2009. The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there were 2 million people at a demonstration, 17 October 2009, in Madrid against the new abortion law. People not only came from all parts of Spain, but also 234 associations, from forty five countries, supported the event with many representatives participating in the demonstration. Part of the manifesto of the organisers spells out the objections not only to abortion as a practice but also the decriminalisation of abortion. Moreover another aspect of the new Spanish abortion law that is unacceptable to the demonstrators is the fact that it imposes on health care and education professionals the obligation to get involved with gender ideology and its vision on sex and the person. Last three images: Benigno Blanco, president Foro Español de la Familia and representative of Cada Vida Importa; The Mayoress of Pamplona, Yolanda Barcina Angulo; and (last image) José María Alfredo Aznar López, ex Prime Ministrer of the last PP party when in government (1996 to 2004).
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The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there where 2 million people at a demonstration in Madrid against the new abortion law. Madrid, Spain, 17/10/2009. The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there were 2 million people at a demonstration, 17 October 2009, in Madrid against the new abortion law. People not only came from all parts of Spain, but also 234 associations, from forty five countries, supported the event with many representatives participating in the demonstration. Part of the manifesto of the organisers spells out the objections not only to abortion as a practice but also the decriminalisation of abortion. Moreover another aspect of the new Spanish abortion law that is unacceptable to the demonstrators is the fact that it imposes on health care and education professionals the obligation to get involved with gender ideology and its vision on sex and the person. Last three images: Benigno Blanco, president Foro Español de la Familia and representative of Cada Vida Importa; The Mayoress of Pamplona, Yolanda Barcina Angulo; and (last image) José María Alfredo Aznar López, ex Prime Ministrer of the last PP party when in government (1996 to 2004).
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The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there where 2 million people at a demonstration in Madrid against the new abortion law. Madrid, Spain, 17/10/2009. The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there were 2 million people at a demonstration, 17 October 2009, in Madrid against the new abortion law. People not only came from all parts of Spain, but also 234 associations, from forty five countries, supported the event with many representatives participating in the demonstration. Part of the manifesto of the organisers spells out the objections not only to abortion as a practice but also the decriminalisation of abortion. Moreover another aspect of the new Spanish abortion law that is unacceptable to the demonstrators is the fact that it imposes on health care and education professionals the obligation to get involved with gender ideology and its vision on sex and the person. Last three images: Benigno Blanco, president Foro Español de la Familia and representative of Cada Vida Importa; The Mayoress of Pamplona, Yolanda Barcina Angulo; and (last image) José María Alfredo Aznar López, ex Prime Ministrer of the last PP party when in government (1996 to 2004).
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The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there where 2 million people at a demonstration in Madrid against the new abortion law. Madrid, Spain, 17/10/2009. The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there were 2 million people at a demonstration, 17 October 2009, in Madrid against the new abortion law. People not only came from all parts of Spain, but also 234 associations, from forty five countries, supported the event with many representatives participating in the demonstration. Part of the manifesto of the organisers spells out the objections not only to abortion as a practice but also the decriminalisation of abortion. Moreover another aspect of the new Spanish abortion law that is unacceptable to the demonstrators is the fact that it imposes on health care and education professionals the obligation to get involved with gender ideology and its vision on sex and the person. Last three images: Benigno Blanco, president Foro Español de la Familia and representative of Cada Vida Importa; The Mayoress of Pamplona, Yolanda Barcina Angulo; and (last image) José María Alfredo Aznar López, ex Prime Ministrer of the last PP party when in government (1996 to 2004).
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The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there where 2 million people at a demonstration in Madrid against the new abortion law. Madrid, Spain, 17/10/2009. The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there were 2 million people at a demonstration, 17 October 2009, in Madrid against the new abortion law. People not only came from all parts of Spain, but also 234 associations, from forty five countries, supported the event with many representatives participating in the demonstration. Part of the manifesto of the organisers spells out the objections not only to abortion as a practice but also the decriminalisation of abortion. Moreover another aspect of the new Spanish abortion law that is unacceptable to the demonstrators is the fact that it imposes on health care and education professionals the obligation to get involved with gender ideology and its vision on sex and the person. Last three images: Benigno Blanco, president Foro Español de la Familia and representative of Cada Vida Importa; The Mayoress of Pamplona, Yolanda Barcina Angulo; and (last image) José María Alfredo Aznar López, ex Prime Ministrer of the last PP party when in government (1996 to 2004).
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The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there where 2 million people at a demonstration in Madrid against the new abortion law. Madrid, Spain, 17/10/2009. The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there were 2 million people at a demonstration, 17 October 2009, in Madrid against the new abortion law. People not only came from all parts of Spain, but also 234 associations, from forty five countries, supported the event with many representatives participating in the demonstration. Part of the manifesto of the organisers spells out the objections not only to abortion as a practice but also the decriminalisation of abortion. Moreover another aspect of the new Spanish abortion law that is unacceptable to the demonstrators is the fact that it imposes on health care and education professionals the obligation to get involved with gender ideology and its vision on sex and the person. Last three images: Benigno Blanco, president Foro Español de la Familia and representative of Cada Vida Importa; The Mayoress of Pamplona, Yolanda Barcina Angulo; and (last image) José María Alfredo Aznar López, ex Prime Ministrer of the last PP party when in government (1996 to 2004).
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The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there where 2 million people at a demonstration in Madrid against the new abortion law. Madrid, Spain, 17/10/2009. The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there were 2 million people at a demonstration, 17 October 2009, in Madrid against the new abortion law. People not only came from all parts of Spain, but also 234 associations, from forty five countries, supported the event with many representatives participating in the demonstration. Part of the manifesto of the organisers spells out the objections not only to abortion as a practice but also the decriminalisation of abortion. Moreover another aspect of the new Spanish abortion law that is unacceptable to the demonstrators is the fact that it imposes on health care and education professionals the obligation to get involved with gender ideology and its vision on sex and the person. Last three images: Benigno Blanco, president Foro Español de la Familia and representative of Cada Vida Importa; The Mayoress of Pamplona, Yolanda Barcina Angulo; and (last image) José María Alfredo Aznar López, ex Prime Ministrer of the last PP party when in government (1996 to 2004).
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The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there where 2 million people at a demonstration in Madrid against the new abortion law. Madrid, Spain, 17/10/2009. The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there were 2 million people at a demonstration, 17 October 2009, in Madrid against the new abortion law. People not only came from all parts of Spain, but also 234 associations, from forty five countries, supported the event with many representatives participating in the demonstration. Part of the manifesto of the organisers spells out the objections not only to abortion as a practice but also the decriminalisation of abortion. Moreover another aspect of the new Spanish abortion law that is unacceptable to the demonstrators is the fact that it imposes on health care and education professionals the obligation to get involved with gender ideology and its vision on sex and the person. Last three images: Benigno Blanco, president Foro Español de la Familia and representative of Cada Vida Importa; The Mayoress of Pamplona, Yolanda Barcina Angulo; and (last image) José María Alfredo Aznar López, ex Prime Ministrer of the last PP party when in government (1996 to 2004).
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The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there where 2 million people at a demonstration in Madrid against the new abortion law. Madrid, Spain, 17/10/2009. The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there were 2 million people at a demonstration, 17 October 2009, in Madrid against the new abortion law. People not only came from all parts of Spain, but also 234 associations, from forty five countries, supported the event with many representatives participating in the demonstration. Part of the manifesto of the organisers spells out the objections not only to abortion as a practice but also the decriminalisation of abortion. Moreover another aspect of the new Spanish abortion law that is unacceptable to the demonstrators is the fact that it imposes on health care and education professionals the obligation to get involved with gender ideology and its vision on sex and the person. Last three images: Benigno Blanco, president Foro Español de la Familia and representative of Cada Vida Importa; The Mayoress of Pamplona, Yolanda Barcina Angulo; and (last image) José María Alfredo Aznar López, ex Prime Ministrer of the last PP party when in government (1996 to 2004).
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The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there where 2 million people at a demonstration in Madrid against the new abortion law. Madrid, Spain, 17/10/2009. The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there were 2 million people at a demonstration, 17 October 2009, in Madrid against the new abortion law. People not only came from all parts of Spain, but also 234 associations, from forty five countries, supported the event with many representatives participating in the demonstration. Part of the manifesto of the organisers spells out the objections not only to abortion as a practice but also the decriminalisation of abortion. Moreover another aspect of the new Spanish abortion law that is unacceptable to the demonstrators is the fact that it imposes on health care and education professionals the obligation to get involved with gender ideology and its vision on sex and the person. Last three images: Benigno Blanco, president Foro Español de la Familia and representative of Cada Vida Importa; The Mayoress of Pamplona, Yolanda Barcina Angulo; and (last image) José María Alfredo Aznar López, ex Prime Ministrer of the last PP party when in government (1996 to 2004).
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The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there where 2 million people at a demonstration in Madrid against the new abortion law. Madrid, Spain, 17/10/2009. The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there were 2 million people at a demonstration, 17 October 2009, in Madrid against the new abortion law. People not only came from all parts of Spain, but also 234 associations, from forty five countries, supported the event with many representatives participating in the demonstration. Part of the manifesto of the organisers spells out the objections not only to abortion as a practice but also the decriminalisation of abortion. Moreover another aspect of the new Spanish abortion law that is unacceptable to the demonstrators is the fact that it imposes on health care and education professionals the obligation to get involved with gender ideology and its vision on sex and the person. Last three images: Benigno Blanco, president Foro Español de la Familia and representative of Cada Vida Importa; The Mayoress of Pamplona, Yolanda Barcina Angulo; and (last image) José María Alfredo Aznar López, ex Prime Ministrer of the last PP party when in government (1996 to 2004).
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The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there where 2 million people at a demonstration in Madrid against the new abortion law. Madrid, Spain, 17/10/2009. The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there were 2 million people at a demonstration, 17 October 2009, in Madrid against the new abortion law. People not only came from all parts of Spain, but also 234 associations, from forty five countries, supported the event with many representatives participating in the demonstration. Part of the manifesto of the organisers spells out the objections not only to abortion as a practice but also the decriminalisation of abortion. Moreover another aspect of the new Spanish abortion law that is unacceptable to the demonstrators is the fact that it imposes on health care and education professionals the obligation to get involved with gender ideology and its vision on sex and the person. Last three images: Benigno Blanco, president Foro Español de la Familia and representative of Cada Vida Importa; The Mayoress of Pamplona, Yolanda Barcina Angulo; and (last image) José María Alfredo Aznar López, ex Prime Ministrer of the last PP party when in government (1996 to 2004).
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The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there where 2 million people at a demonstration in Madrid against the new abortion law. Madrid, Spain, 17/10/2009. The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there were 2 million people at a demonstration, 17 October 2009, in Madrid against the new abortion law. People not only came from all parts of Spain, but also 234 associations, from forty five countries, supported the event with many representatives participating in the demonstration. Part of the manifesto of the organisers spells out the objections not only to abortion as a practice but also the decriminalisation of abortion. Moreover another aspect of the new Spanish abortion law that is unacceptable to the demonstrators is the fact that it imposes on health care and education professionals the obligation to get involved with gender ideology and its vision on sex and the person. Last three images: Benigno Blanco, president Foro Español de la Familia and representative of Cada Vida Importa; The Mayoress of Pamplona, Yolanda Barcina Angulo; and (last image) José María Alfredo Aznar López, ex Prime Ministrer of the last PP party when in government (1996 to 2004).
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The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there where 2 million people at a demonstration in Madrid against the new abortion law. Madrid, Spain, 17/10/2009. The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there were 2 million people at a demonstration, 17 October 2009, in Madrid against the new abortion law. People not only came from all parts of Spain, but also 234 associations, from forty five countries, supported the event with many representatives participating in the demonstration. Part of the manifesto of the organisers spells out the objections not only to abortion as a practice but also the decriminalisation of abortion. Moreover another aspect of the new Spanish abortion law that is unacceptable to the demonstrators is the fact that it imposes on health care and education professionals the obligation to get involved with gender ideology and its vision on sex and the person. Last three images: Benigno Blanco, president Foro Español de la Familia and representative of Cada Vida Importa; The Mayoress of Pamplona, Yolanda Barcina Angulo; and (last image) José María Alfredo Aznar López, ex Prime Ministrer of the last PP party when in government (1996 to 2004).
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The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there where 2 million people at a demonstration in Madrid against the new abortion law. Madrid, Spain, 17/10/2009. The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there were 2 million people at a demonstration, 17 October 2009, in Madrid against the new abortion law. People not only came from all parts of Spain, but also 234 associations, from forty five countries, supported the event with many representatives participating in the demonstration. Part of the manifesto of the organisers spells out the objections not only to abortion as a practice but also the decriminalisation of abortion. Moreover another aspect of the new Spanish abortion law that is unacceptable to the demonstrators is the fact that it imposes on health care and education professionals the obligation to get involved with gender ideology and its vision on sex and the person. Last three images: Benigno Blanco, president Foro Español de la Familia and representative of Cada Vida Importa; The Mayoress of Pamplona, Yolanda Barcina Angulo; and (last image) José María Alfredo Aznar López, ex Prime Ministrer of the last PP party when in government (1996 to 2004).
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The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there where 2 million people at a demonstration in Madrid against the new abortion law. Madrid, Spain, 17/10/2009. The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there were 2 million people at a demonstration, 17 October 2009, in Madrid against the new abortion law. People not only came from all parts of Spain, but also 234 associations, from forty five countries, supported the event with many representatives participating in the demonstration. Part of the manifesto of the organisers spells out the objections not only to abortion as a practice but also the decriminalisation of abortion. Moreover another aspect of the new Spanish abortion law that is unacceptable to the demonstrators is the fact that it imposes on health care and education professionals the obligation to get involved with gender ideology and its vision on sex and the person. Last three images: Benigno Blanco, president Foro Español de la Familia and representative of Cada Vida Importa; The Mayoress of Pamplona, Yolanda Barcina Angulo; and (last image) José María Alfredo Aznar López, ex Prime Ministrer of the last PP party when in government (1996 to 2004).
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The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there where 2 million people at a demonstration in Madrid against the new abortion law. Madrid, Spain, 17/10/2009. The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there were 2 million people at a demonstration, 17 October 2009, in Madrid against the new abortion law. People not only came from all parts of Spain, but also 234 associations, from forty five countries, supported the event with many representatives participating in the demonstration. Part of the manifesto of the organisers spells out the objections not only to abortion as a practice but also the decriminalisation of abortion. Moreover another aspect of the new Spanish abortion law that is unacceptable to the demonstrators is the fact that it imposes on health care and education professionals the obligation to get involved with gender ideology and its vision on sex and the person. Last three images: Benigno Blanco, president Foro Español de la Familia and representative of Cada Vida Importa; The Mayoress of Pamplona, Yolanda Barcina Angulo; and (last image) José María Alfredo Aznar López, ex Prime Ministrer of the last PP party when in government (1996 to 2004).
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The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there where 2 million people at a demonstration in Madrid against the new abortion law. Madrid, Spain, 17/10/2009. The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there were 2 million people at a demonstration, 17 October 2009, in Madrid against the new abortion law. People not only came from all parts of Spain, but also 234 associations, from forty five countries, supported the event with many representatives participating in the demonstration. Part of the manifesto of the organisers spells out the objections not only to abortion as a practice but also the decriminalisation of abortion. Moreover another aspect of the new Spanish abortion law that is unacceptable to the demonstrators is the fact that it imposes on health care and education professionals the obligation to get involved with gender ideology and its vision on sex and the person. Last three images: Benigno Blanco, president Foro Español de la Familia and representative of Cada Vida Importa; The Mayoress of Pamplona, Yolanda Barcina Angulo; and (last image) José María Alfredo Aznar López, ex Prime Ministrer of the last PP party when in government (1996 to 2004).
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The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there where 2 million people at a demonstration in Madrid against the new abortion law. Madrid, Spain, 17/10/2009. The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there were 2 million people at a demonstration, 17 October 2009, in Madrid against the new abortion law. People not only came from all parts of Spain, but also 234 associations, from forty five countries, supported the event with many representatives participating in the demonstration. Part of the manifesto of the organisers spells out the objections not only to abortion as a practice but also the decriminalisation of abortion. Moreover another aspect of the new Spanish abortion law that is unacceptable to the demonstrators is the fact that it imposes on health care and education professionals the obligation to get involved with gender ideology and its vision on sex and the person. Last three images: Benigno Blanco, president Foro Español de la Familia and representative of Cada Vida Importa; The Mayoress of Pamplona, Yolanda Barcina Angulo; and (last image) José María Alfredo Aznar López, ex Prime Ministrer of the last PP party when in government (1996 to 2004).
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The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there where 2 million people at a demonstration in Madrid against the new abortion law. Madrid, Spain, 17/10/2009. The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there were 2 million people at a demonstration, 17 October 2009, in Madrid against the new abortion law. People not only came from all parts of Spain, but also 234 associations, from forty five countries, supported the event with many representatives participating in the demonstration. Part of the manifesto of the organisers spells out the objections not only to abortion as a practice but also the decriminalisation of abortion. Moreover another aspect of the new Spanish abortion law that is unacceptable to the demonstrators is the fact that it imposes on health care and education professionals the obligation to get involved with gender ideology and its vision on sex and the person. Last three images: Benigno Blanco, president Foro Español de la Familia and representative of Cada Vida Importa; The Mayoress of Pamplona, Yolanda Barcina Angulo; and (last image) José María Alfredo Aznar López, ex Prime Ministrer of the last PP party when in government (1996 to 2004).
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The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there where 2 million people at a demonstration in Madrid against the new abortion law. Madrid, Spain, 17/10/2009. The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there were 2 million people at a demonstration, 17 October 2009, in Madrid against the new abortion law. People not only came from all parts of Spain, but also 234 associations, from forty five countries, supported the event with many representatives participating in the demonstration. Part of the manifesto of the organisers spells out the objections not only to abortion as a practice but also the decriminalisation of abortion. Moreover another aspect of the new Spanish abortion law that is unacceptable to the demonstrators is the fact that it imposes on health care and education professionals the obligation to get involved with gender ideology and its vision on sex and the person. Last three images: Benigno Blanco, president Foro Español de la Familia and representative of Cada Vida Importa; The Mayoress of Pamplona, Yolanda Barcina Angulo; and (last image) José María Alfredo Aznar López, ex Prime Ministrer of the last PP party when in government (1996 to 2004).
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The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there where 2 million people at a demonstration in Madrid against the new abortion law. Madrid, Spain, 17/10/2009. The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there were 2 million people at a demonstration, 17 October 2009, in Madrid against the new abortion law. People not only came from all parts of Spain, but also 234 associations, from forty five countries, supported the event with many representatives participating in the demonstration. Part of the manifesto of the organisers spells out the objections not only to abortion as a practice but also the decriminalisation of abortion. Moreover another aspect of the new Spanish abortion law that is unacceptable to the demonstrators is the fact that it imposes on health care and education professionals the obligation to get involved with gender ideology and its vision on sex and the person. Last three images: Benigno Blanco, president Foro Español de la Familia and representative of Cada Vida Importa; The Mayoress of Pamplona, Yolanda Barcina Angulo; and (last image) José María Alfredo Aznar López, ex Prime Ministrer of the last PP party when in government (1996 to 2004).
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The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there where 2 million people at a demonstration in Madrid against the new abortion law. Madrid, Spain, 17/10/2009. The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there were 2 million people at a demonstration, 17 October 2009, in Madrid against the new abortion law. People not only came from all parts of Spain, but also 234 associations, from forty five countries, supported the event with many representatives participating in the demonstration. Part of the manifesto of the organisers spells out the objections not only to abortion as a practice but also the decriminalisation of abortion. Moreover another aspect of the new Spanish abortion law that is unacceptable to the demonstrators is the fact that it imposes on health care and education professionals the obligation to get involved with gender ideology and its vision on sex and the person. Last three images: Benigno Blanco, president Foro Español de la Familia and representative of Cada Vida Importa; The Mayoress of Pamplona, Yolanda Barcina Angulo; and (last image) José María Alfredo Aznar López, ex Prime Ministrer of the last PP party when in government (1996 to 2004).
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The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there where 2 million people at a demonstration in Madrid against the new abortion law. Madrid, Spain, 17/10/2009. The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there were 2 million people at a demonstration, 17 October 2009, in Madrid against the new abortion law. People not only came from all parts of Spain, but also 234 associations, from forty five countries, supported the event with many representatives participating in the demonstration. Part of the manifesto of the organisers spells out the objections not only to abortion as a practice but also the decriminalisation of abortion. Moreover another aspect of the new Spanish abortion law that is unacceptable to the demonstrators is the fact that it imposes on health care and education professionals the obligation to get involved with gender ideology and its vision on sex and the person. Last three images: Benigno Blanco, president Foro Español de la Familia and representative of Cada Vida Importa; The Mayoress of Pamplona, Yolanda Barcina Angulo; and (last image) José María Alfredo Aznar López, ex Prime Ministrer of the last PP party when in government (1996 to 2004).
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The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there where 2 million people at a demonstration in Madrid against the new abortion law. Madrid, Spain, 17/10/2009. The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there were 2 million people at a demonstration, 17 October 2009, in Madrid against the new abortion law. People not only came from all parts of Spain, but also 234 associations, from forty five countries, supported the event with many representatives participating in the demonstration. Part of the manifesto of the organisers spells out the objections not only to abortion as a practice but also the decriminalisation of abortion. Moreover another aspect of the new Spanish abortion law that is unacceptable to the demonstrators is the fact that it imposes on health care and education professionals the obligation to get involved with gender ideology and its vision on sex and the person. Last three images: Benigno Blanco, president Foro Español de la Familia and representative of Cada Vida Importa; The Mayoress of Pamplona, Yolanda Barcina Angulo; and (last image) José María Alfredo Aznar López, ex Prime Ministrer of the last PP party when in government (1996 to 2004).
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The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there where 2 million people at a demonstration in Madrid against the new abortion law. Madrid, Spain, 17/10/2009. The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there were 2 million people at a demonstration, 17 October 2009, in Madrid against the new abortion law. People not only came from all parts of Spain, but also 234 associations, from forty five countries, supported the event with many representatives participating in the demonstration. Part of the manifesto of the organisers spells out the objections not only to abortion as a practice but also the decriminalisation of abortion. Moreover another aspect of the new Spanish abortion law that is unacceptable to the demonstrators is the fact that it imposes on health care and education professionals the obligation to get involved with gender ideology and its vision on sex and the person. Last three images: Benigno Blanco, president Foro Español de la Familia and representative of Cada Vida Importa; The Mayoress of Pamplona, Yolanda Barcina Angulo; and (last image) José María Alfredo Aznar López, ex Prime Ministrer of the last PP party when in government (1996 to 2004).
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The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there where 2 million people at a demonstration in Madrid against the new abortion law. Madrid, Spain, 17/10/2009. The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there were 2 million people at a demonstration, 17 October 2009, in Madrid against the new abortion law. People not only came from all parts of Spain, but also 234 associations, from forty five countries, supported the event with many representatives participating in the demonstration. Part of the manifesto of the organisers spells out the objections not only to abortion as a practice but also the decriminalisation of abortion. Moreover another aspect of the new Spanish abortion law that is unacceptable to the demonstrators is the fact that it imposes on health care and education professionals the obligation to get involved with gender ideology and its vision on sex and the person. Last three images: Benigno Blanco, president Foro Español de la Familia and representative of Cada Vida Importa; The Mayoress of Pamplona, Yolanda Barcina Angulo; and (last image) José María Alfredo Aznar López, ex Prime Ministrer of the last PP party when in government (1996 to 2004).
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The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there where 2 million people at a demonstration in Madrid against the new abortion law. Madrid, Spain, 17/10/2009. The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there were 2 million people at a demonstration, 17 October 2009, in Madrid against the new abortion law. People not only came from all parts of Spain, but also 234 associations, from forty five countries, supported the event with many representatives participating in the demonstration. Part of the manifesto of the organisers spells out the objections not only to abortion as a practice but also the decriminalisation of abortion. Moreover another aspect of the new Spanish abortion law that is unacceptable to the demonstrators is the fact that it imposes on health care and education professionals the obligation to get involved with gender ideology and its vision on sex and the person. Last three images: Benigno Blanco, president Foro Español de la Familia and representative of Cada Vida Importa; The Mayoress of Pamplona, Yolanda Barcina Angulo; and (last image) José María Alfredo Aznar López, ex Prime Ministrer of the last PP party when in government (1996 to 2004).
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The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there where 2 million people at a demonstration in Madrid against the new abortion law. Madrid, Spain, 17/10/2009. The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there were 2 million people at a demonstration, 17 October 2009, in Madrid against the new abortion law. People not only came from all parts of Spain, but also 234 associations, from forty five countries, supported the event with many representatives participating in the demonstration. Part of the manifesto of the organisers spells out the objections not only to abortion as a practice but also the decriminalisation of abortion. Moreover another aspect of the new Spanish abortion law that is unacceptable to the demonstrators is the fact that it imposes on health care and education professionals the obligation to get involved with gender ideology and its vision on sex and the person. Last three images: Benigno Blanco, president Foro Español de la Familia and representative of Cada Vida Importa; The Mayoress of Pamplona, Yolanda Barcina Angulo; and (last image) José María Alfredo Aznar López, ex Prime Ministrer of the last PP party when in government (1996 to 2004).
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The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there where 2 million people at a demonstration in Madrid against the new abortion law. Madrid, Spain, 17/10/2009. The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there were 2 million people at a demonstration, 17 October 2009, in Madrid against the new abortion law. People not only came from all parts of Spain, but also 234 associations, from forty five countries, supported the event with many representatives participating in the demonstration. Part of the manifesto of the organisers spells out the objections not only to abortion as a practice but also the decriminalisation of abortion. Moreover another aspect of the new Spanish abortion law that is unacceptable to the demonstrators is the fact that it imposes on health care and education professionals the obligation to get involved with gender ideology and its vision on sex and the person. Last three images: Benigno Blanco, president Foro Español de la Familia and representative of Cada Vida Importa; The Mayoress of Pamplona, Yolanda Barcina Angulo; and (last image) José María Alfredo Aznar López, ex Prime Ministrer of the last PP party when in government (1996 to 2004).
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The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there where 2 million people at a demonstration in Madrid against the new abortion law. Madrid, Spain, 17/10/2009. The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there were 2 million people at a demonstration, 17 October 2009, in Madrid against the new abortion law. People not only came from all parts of Spain, but also 234 associations, from forty five countries, supported the event with many representatives participating in the demonstration. Part of the manifesto of the organisers spells out the objections not only to abortion as a practice but also the decriminalisation of abortion. Moreover another aspect of the new Spanish abortion law that is unacceptable to the demonstrators is the fact that it imposes on health care and education professionals the obligation to get involved with gender ideology and its vision on sex and the person. Last three images: Benigno Blanco, president Foro Español de la Familia and representative of Cada Vida Importa; The Mayoress of Pamplona, Yolanda Barcina Angulo; and (last image) José María Alfredo Aznar López, ex Prime Ministrer of the last PP party when in government (1996 to 2004).
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The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there where 2 million people at a demonstration in Madrid against the new abortion law. Madrid, Spain, 17/10/2009. The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there were 2 million people at a demonstration, 17 October 2009, in Madrid against the new abortion law. People not only came from all parts of Spain, but also 234 associations, from forty five countries, supported the event with many representatives participating in the demonstration. Part of the manifesto of the organisers spells out the objections not only to abortion as a practice but also the decriminalisation of abortion. Moreover another aspect of the new Spanish abortion law that is unacceptable to the demonstrators is the fact that it imposes on health care and education professionals the obligation to get involved with gender ideology and its vision on sex and the person. Last three images: Benigno Blanco, president Foro Español de la Familia and representative of Cada Vida Importa; The Mayoress of Pamplona, Yolanda Barcina Angulo; and (last image) José María Alfredo Aznar López, ex Prime Ministrer of the last PP party when in government (1996 to 2004).
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The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there where 2 million people at a demonstration in Madrid against the new abortion law. Madrid, Spain, 17/10/2009. The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there were 2 million people at a demonstration, 17 October 2009, in Madrid against the new abortion law. People not only came from all parts of Spain, but also 234 associations, from forty five countries, supported the event with many representatives participating in the demonstration. Part of the manifesto of the organisers spells out the objections not only to abortion as a practice but also the decriminalisation of abortion. Moreover another aspect of the new Spanish abortion law that is unacceptable to the demonstrators is the fact that it imposes on health care and education professionals the obligation to get involved with gender ideology and its vision on sex and the person. Last three images: Benigno Blanco, president Foro Español de la Familia and representative of Cada Vida Importa; The Mayoress of Pamplona, Yolanda Barcina Angulo; and (last image) José María Alfredo Aznar López, ex Prime Ministrer of the last PP party when in government (1996 to 2004).
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The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there where 2 million people at a demonstration in Madrid against the new abortion law. Madrid, Spain, 17/10/2009. The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there were 2 million people at a demonstration, 17 October 2009, in Madrid against the new abortion law. People not only came from all parts of Spain, but also 234 associations, from forty five countries, supported the event with many representatives participating in the demonstration. Part of the manifesto of the organisers spells out the objections not only to abortion as a practice but also the decriminalisation of abortion. Moreover another aspect of the new Spanish abortion law that is unacceptable to the demonstrators is the fact that it imposes on health care and education professionals the obligation to get involved with gender ideology and its vision on sex and the person. Last three images: Benigno Blanco, president Foro Español de la Familia and representative of Cada Vida Importa; The Mayoress of Pamplona, Yolanda Barcina Angulo; and (last image) José María Alfredo Aznar López, ex Prime Ministrer of the last PP party when in government (1996 to 2004).
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The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there where 2 million people at a demonstration in Madrid against the new abortion law. Madrid, Spain, 17/10/2009. The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there were 2 million people at a demonstration, 17 October 2009, in Madrid against the new abortion law. People not only came from all parts of Spain, but also 234 associations, from forty five countries, supported the event with many representatives participating in the demonstration. Part of the manifesto of the organisers spells out the objections not only to abortion as a practice but also the decriminalisation of abortion. Moreover another aspect of the new Spanish abortion law that is unacceptable to the demonstrators is the fact that it imposes on health care and education professionals the obligation to get involved with gender ideology and its vision on sex and the person. Last three images: Benigno Blanco, president Foro Español de la Familia and representative of Cada Vida Importa; The Mayoress of Pamplona, Yolanda Barcina Angulo; and (last image) José María Alfredo Aznar López, ex Prime Ministrer of the last PP party when in government (1996 to 2004).
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The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there where 2 million people at a demonstration in Madrid against the new abortion law. Madrid, Spain, 17/10/2009. The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there were 2 million people at a demonstration, 17 October 2009, in Madrid against the new abortion law. People not only came from all parts of Spain, but also 234 associations, from forty five countries, supported the event with many representatives participating in the demonstration. Part of the manifesto of the organisers spells out the objections not only to abortion as a practice but also the decriminalisation of abortion. Moreover another aspect of the new Spanish abortion law that is unacceptable to the demonstrators is the fact that it imposes on health care and education professionals the obligation to get involved with gender ideology and its vision on sex and the person. Last three images: Benigno Blanco, president Foro Español de la Familia and representative of Cada Vida Importa; The Mayoress of Pamplona, Yolanda Barcina Angulo; and (last image) José María Alfredo Aznar López, ex Prime Ministrer of the last PP party when in government (1996 to 2004).
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The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there where 2 million people at a demonstration in Madrid against the new abortion law. Madrid, Spain, 17/10/2009. The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there were 2 million people at a demonstration, 17 October 2009, in Madrid against the new abortion law. People not only came from all parts of Spain, but also 234 associations, from forty five countries, supported the event with many representatives participating in the demonstration. Part of the manifesto of the organisers spells out the objections not only to abortion as a practice but also the decriminalisation of abortion. Moreover another aspect of the new Spanish abortion law that is unacceptable to the demonstrators is the fact that it imposes on health care and education professionals the obligation to get involved with gender ideology and its vision on sex and the person. Last three images: Benigno Blanco, president Foro Español de la Familia and representative of Cada Vida Importa; The Mayoress of Pamplona, Yolanda Barcina Angulo; and (last image) José María Alfredo Aznar López, ex Prime Ministrer of the last PP party when in government (1996 to 2004).
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The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there where 2 million people at a demonstration in Madrid against the new abortion law. Madrid, Spain, 17/10/2009.

The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there where 2 million people at a demonstration in Madrid against the new abortion law. Madrid, Spain, 17/10/2009.

The Cadavidaimporta.org claimed that there were 2 million people at a demonstration, 17 October 2009, in Madrid against the new abortion law. People not only came from all parts of Spain, but also 234 associations, from forty five countries, supported the event with many representatives participating in the demonstration.

Part of the manifesto of the organisers spells out the objections not only to abortion as a practice but also the decriminalisation of abortion. Moreover another aspect of the new Spanish abortion law that is unacceptable to the demonstrators is the fact that it imposes on health care and education professionals the obligation to get involved with gender ideology and its vision on sex and the person.

Last three images: Benigno Blanco, president Foro Español de la Familia and representative of Cada Vida Importa; The Mayoress of Pamplona, Yolanda Barcina Angulo; and (last image) José María Alfredo Aznar López, ex Prime Ministrer of the last PP party when in government (1996 to 2004).

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