Russian prolifera launched a flashmob in support of the Irish referendum on the rights of the unborn children

Moscow. May 21. INTERFAX – Russian public movement “Women for life” initiated a flash mob in support of the referendum, which will be held may 25 in Ireland and the results of which may be revised a status of a conceived child.

As recalled by “Interfax” on Monday the head of the movement “Women for life” Natalia Moskvitina, now under the eighth amendment to the Constitution of Ireland, adopted in 1983, the state recognizes the right of the unborn to life.

“The referendum, in our opinion, must end in favour of life. Irish Pro-life activists oppose the legalization of killing unborn children. We support them and run the flash mob dedicated to the Day of protection of children”, – said N. Moskvitina.

According to activists, in Russia, with its vast number of abortions, protect the well, first and foremost, require are the children who are not yet born.

To join the flashmob, enough to make a post to social media with the hashtag #vesicoureteric.