RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The president of Argentina, Alberto Fernández, surprised even his staff by announcing, in a lecture at the Sciences Po Graduate School in Paris, his decision to submit a bill to Parliament to decriminalize abortion in the country.
Less than a week after being welcomed by Pope Francis and talking with the highest authorities of the Holy See about "the need to protect life since its conception," as the Vatican officially reported, Fernández was emphatic in advocating abortion in Argentine public hospitals.
"I'm sorry, but hypocrisy has never worked for me. That's why . . .