Pre-candidate for the presidency said he is studying creating a project that “stops paternal abortion”
The deputy and pre-candidate for the Presidency of the Republic André Janones (Avante-MG) criticized this Tuesday (June 28, 2022) the father’s absence in homes where the mother “she was abandoned with the children in the most absolute misery”. He also said that he is studying to create a project that “stop abortion paternal”, guaranteeing the child the right to half of the absent father’s assets at the beginning of the pregnancy.
“I am against abortion and the abortion that shocks me the most today is ‘paternal abortion’. I’m meeting with my team and we’re going to study a project that curbs ‘abortion’ on the part of the father, guaranteeing the child the right to half of the absent father’s assets at the beginning of the pregnancy”, published Janones, in his profile of the twitter.
In a subsequent publication, he stated that he witnessed the absence of fathers in low-income families. “During the weekend trip, I counted 26 families where I had a more intense exchange, of these 26 families, 24 are single parents, where the mother was abandoned with the children in absolute misery”.
Search PowerDate held from June 19 to 21, 2022 presented André Janones with 2% of the voting intentions. Avante’s pre-candidate appears after the former minister Ciro Gomes (PDT), with 6%. The 2 are far from the former president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva (PT, 44%, and of the current one, Jair Bolsonaro (PL), with 34%.
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