Kenyan lawyer urges 79 nations to REJECT EU treaty pushing LGBT and pro-abortion agendas
By Laura Harris // May 14, 2024

A top Kenyan lawyer has urged 79 nations to resist a treaty by the European Union (EU) that would force their countries to accept abortion, LGBT rights and child sexual education.

Lawyer Charles Kanjama issued this call during the Second African Inter-Parliamentary Conference on Family Values and Sovereignty, held from May 1 to 3 in Uganda. His call was addressed to 79 countries that comprise the Organization of African, Caribbean and Pacific States (OACPS). The lawyer warned that the newest iteration of a 20-year trade agreement between the OACPS and the EU, known as the Samoa Agreement, threatens the values of African nations.

According to Kanjama, the trade agreement, initially known as the Cotonou Partnership Agreement, was originally designed to facilitate "preferential access to European goods and substances in the African market." However, the EU has expanded its scope to include "human rights," democracy, peace and security and social development issues.

He explained that "human rights" in the EU include "sexual and reproductive health and rights, which could effectively force African nations to agree to LGBTQ, abortion and sex education "rights." Given this, Kanjama stressed that the treaty uses "euphemistic language" to sneak those "rights" that contradict their cultural and moral beliefs into the agreement. (Related: Ugandan President Museveni signs anti-LGBT legislation that stipulates DEATH PENALTY for "aggravated homosexuality.")

The lawyer advised representatives of the African nations part of the OACPS who were present at the three-day conference to study an analysis of the treaty done by Family Watch International (FWI). According to the Arizona-based lobbying organization, the Samoa Agreement contains detrimental clauses – alongside ambiguous and undefined terms – that could potentially be exploited to advocate for agendas related to abortion, LGBT rights and sex education.

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FWI highlighted that the agreement mandates the signatories to "undertake to prevent, combat and prosecute all forms of sexual and gender-based violence and discrimination." It also emphasizes "the importance of tackling all factors contributing to violent extremism in all its forms, including religious intolerance, hate speech, xenophobia, racism as well as other forms of intolerance."

Member nations pressured to sign for fear of being excluded from trade opportunities

Several OACPS nations, including Nigeria and Namibia, are now reconsidering the treaty in response to Kanjama's suggestions. Lagos has said it is now reviewing the agreement to ensure that its provisions do not contravene Nigeria’s domestic legislation. Meanwhile, Windhoek has issued a ministerial statement noting that several treaty provisions are "not in line with the Namibian Constitution."

But Kanjama believes that even though the Samoa Agreement is flawed, many OACPS countries feel pressured to sign for fear of being excluded from trade opportunities with Brussels. According to the lawyer, the most desirable solution would be to amend the treaty and convince the EU's 27 member states to agree to such changes.

"Honestly, the only way [any] amendment would work is if the [OACPS member] countries decline or delay the process of ratification of the treaty and apply subsequent pressure to have the treaty re-negotiated," he explained.

Aside from this, Kanjama also proposed OACPS member countries to make reservations or issue conditional declarations before they finalize the treaty. A conditional declaration, explained Kanjama, allows a state to approve a treaty on the condition that certain provisions are interpreted in a specific manner.

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Watch Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni, whose country's Anti-Homosexuality Act of 2023 drew condemnation from the West, denouncing gays as "disgusting" in the clip below.

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