Slovaks gathered outside presidential palace to oppose LBGT ideology through public prayer
Hundreds of Slovaks urge their government at prayer rally to not ratify pro-gay ‘marriage’ European agreement. The government so far has resisted attempts to weaken the constitution on traditional family values.
The Slovenský dohovor za rodinu (SDZR, or “Slovakian Convention for the Family”) organized a public recitation of the Holy Rosary in Bratislava’s Freedom Square on February 11. Afterwards, the crowd marched to Hodžovo Square, where the presidential palace is located.
“People came from throughout Slovakia, but because (the rally) was on a workday during work hours, not as many people came as might have. Some of us were students, and others were older people”, participants said.
The principal reason for the demonstrations was to ask the Slovak government to state that it will never ratify the Istanbul Convention (on preventing and combating violence against women and domestic violence), which many Slovaks believe weakens the definition of marriage between one man and one woman.
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