UN May Have a Harder Time Pushing Its Radical Abortion Agenda in the Future

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UN May Have a Harder Time Pushing Its Radical Abortion Agenda in the Future

(C-Fam) The longstanding way UN negotiations come to agreement is with consensus rather than voting. Though consensus has changed over the years, it still allows a relatively small group of countries to block the political wishes of larger groups. This may be changing.