The Political Network for Values is a global platform and a resource for legislators and political representatives rooted in a Trans-Atlantic dialogue on shared values and aimed at collaborating as a network on a local and global level by actively defending and promoting the values we share.
Coming up next in Transatlantic Dialogues: The future of Christian Democratic values in the European Union
April 13, 2021 – Political Network for Values (PNfV) will address “The future of Christian Democratic values in the European Union” in its next webinar of the Transatlantic Dialogues series next Monday, April 19.The speakers will include Katalin Novák, Hungarian Minister for Families, Vice President of the Fidesz Party and President of PNfV; and Lorenzo Fontana, former Italian Minister of European Affairs and Minister of Family and deputy federal secretary of the Liga party.
October 21, 2020 – Members of the Spanish Bioethics Committee have unanimously opposed a
euthanasia bill, warning their government that the proposed legislation would oblige doctors to commit murder.
Guillermo Lasso, pro-life and pro-family ex-banker is elected President of Ecuador
April 12, 2021 – With a conservative and an openly pro-life and pro-family profile, businessman Guillermo Lasso was elected as president of Ecuador last Sunday, April 11.With 53% of the votes, in the second round Lasso defeated the socialist Andrés Arauz, economist and protégé of former Ecuadorian President Rafael Correa.
In the European Parliament the right to life is under attack
April 6, 2021 – In May, a draft resolution by the Croatian MEP Predrag Matić, member of the Progressive Alliance of Socialists and Democrats, who presents abortion as it was a fundamental right, calls on the member states to abolish their national laws that limit the practice of abortion and to repeal conscience clauses