Would that nations had as much respect for other countries’ sovereignty as for their own! This week the UN Secretary General and some European countries tried to foist the idea of super-empowered UN bureaucrats in developing nations. The recipient nations were having none of it. Stefano Gennarini, J.D. reports.
Costa Rica has no law regarding changing one’s sex on official paper work. So when it asked the Inter-American Court of Human Rights to clarify its obligations to do so, the Court unleashed a sweeping opinion on all American countries trying to impose homosexual marriage as a human right. In the past the Court has been far more judicious than its activist counterpart, the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights.
NEW YORK, January 26 (C-Fam) At the UN this week, nations expressed concern about a plan from UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres that would give UN bureaucrats in every country enhanced political and budgetary powers. They say it will undermine their sovereign prerogatives and national priorities. Read more >>
Inter-American Human Rights Court Tries to Impose Homosexual Marriage on Entire Continent
by Stefano Gennarini, J.D.
NEW YORK, January 26 (C-Fam) The Inter-American Court of Human Rights published a much-anticipated advisory opinion earlier this month that says homosexual marriage and transgender identity change are human rights in the American Convention on Human Rights