What is the devious EU Treaty and why is it so harmful?
The proposed treaty, referred to as the ACP-EU Partnership Agreement, is a manipulative, binding 20-year treaty between 79 African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) countries and the European Union (EU). Although it is promoted as an economic and trade agreement, it also has many deceptive provisions that advance abortion, CSE and LGBT agendas in ACP countries. This agreement includes over 105 countries (EU Member States + 79 ACP countries) representing over 1.5 billion people.
The ACP-EU Partnership Agreement is a revised extension of the 20-year Cotonou Partnership Agreement signed in 2000 governing trade and economic relations between the EU and all 48 Sub-Saharan countries in Africa, 16 Caribbean countries, and 15 Pacific countries (ACP).
It was to expire in 2020 but was extended until a new 20-year binding agreement can be put in place called the “ACP-EU Agreement.”