< p>A bunch of men (men) and some women of our place were affected, because the Human Rights Committee of the Parliament dared to discuss the issue of writing the names of parents in political identities in relation to the stigmatization and marginalization of children of unknown fathers or children from single families (23/5/2022). They discovered various conspiracy theories such as that some people want to eradicate our family roots, etc., without explaining why the millions of other Europeans are not anxious about their roots. The official reply sent – by the Ministry of Interior – to the Commissioner for the Protection of the Rights of the Child states that in 26 of the 27 Member States of the European Union (if you find which country is an exception & # 8230;) these elements are not listed in the policy sheet identity, because they are computerized/digitized and the accessibility to this information and the full identification of the citizen is immediate, just by the number of this document (in Cyprus it is not; it is & # 8230;). And as usual, it was paid by those -they in this case- who decided to defeat the rusty minds and get out of the conservative boxes of our society, and take the bold step of becoming mothers with a sperm donor, a surrogate mother, etc. . There was no vulgarity left unsaid on social media for DISY MP Savia Orfanidou, who in 2020 announced her decision to become pregnant by a sperm bank.
The issue was first raised in 2012 (long before it even crossed Savia's mind to become pregnant with a sperm donor), when the then Commissioner for the Protection of the Rights of the Child raised the issue of marginalizing and stigmatizing a doubly vulnerable group, such as children. unknown father or children from single families (many fathers have not recognized their children, several such cases are pending in the courts, the donor from a sperm bank and if you want you can not know his name). It is noted that the director of the Population Record Department of the Ministry of Interior decides on what data are included in the political identity card (it seems that). The discussion will continue on June 6 in the presence of the Minister of Interior, but also of all stakeholders at the highest level.
The “Citizen” asked the following two questions to the candidates (and those who are about to be) Presidents of the Republic (all men), as well as to the leaders of the three largest parties in the country (all men & # 8230;). Everyone answered:
“On the occasion of the targeting -dough in some cases- of the DISY MP, Savia Orfanidou, regarding issues related to childbearing and the discrimination of vulnerable groups in relation to political identities, we would like your opinion on the following:
(a) Do you agree that every woman has the right to become a parent in any legal way she wishes? Out of wedlock, by artificial insemination, by a surrogate mother, by a sperm donor?
persons of the type “child of an unknown father”? ».
* Paraphrase the title of his famous book Gabriel Garcia Marquez (Nobel 1982), on the collective loneliness of modern society, on women and the mysteries of love.
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