We are blessed to have good men like Simeon Brown in our Parliament – another great speech amongst so much vacuity.
An MP of substance and good character who cares about more than power is not something to be taken lightly, as it seems they are… https://t.co/xi4TKN7o0K
— Brendan Malone (@NZMalone) August 8, 2019
A young New Zealand father and lawmaker held back tears this week as he urged his fellow MPs to vote against a bill legalizing abortions for basically any reason up to birth. National Party MP Simeon Brown, of Pakuranga, choked up several times during his short speech, Newshub reports.
A New Zealand bill that would allow unborn babies to be aborted up to birth passed a first vote in parliament Thursday despite strong public opposition. According to 1 News Now, the pro-abortion bill passed its first reading in a 94-23 vote after a heated debate.