My previous post looked at the constitutional amendmentswe’ll consider at the 2012 Liberal biennial, which involve changes to theparty’s structure and internal operations. Today I look at the policyresolutions we’ll debate. These if adopted will, in theory, come to represent the official policyof the party, representing things we’ll try to achieve in government and, whilein opposition, push the government to do.
The Tanzania government’s new proposed constitution has been heavily influenced by NGOs that promote contraceptives and abortion rights, says Emil Hagamu, director of English-speaking Africa for Human Life International. He and othe... Read Post
On November 8, all eyes of the abortion debate will be on Mississippi voters. They'll be casting their ballots for or against Proposition 26, also known as the Personhood Amendment, which would grant fertilized eggs constitutional r... Read Post
Ahead of the Liberal Party of Canada biennial coming up in February in Montreal, Ontario Liberals gathered in Kingston this weekend to debate over 60 policies and pick the 10 priority resolutions that our province can send on to be ... Read Post