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In Poland rally against tougher abortion law

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About two thousand people, mostly women, held in Warsaw protest against tougher abortion law. About it reports Deutsche Welle.

The protesters, who came January 13, the building of the Polish Sejm in Warsaw, holding banners reading “Shame!” “Medical, not God’s,” “Women without abortions will die.”

The Polish Parliament on Wednesday, January 10, was sent for consideration to the parliamentary Commission bill, according to which even improper formation of the fetus will no longer be a condition for permission to have an abortion.

At the same time the majority of MPs, including 30 politicians from among the liberal opposition, voted against the liberalization of abortion laws.

The ruling in Poland from 2015, the party Law and justice pursues a conservative family policy.

“The authorities have already stopped financial support for artificial insemination, as well as to allow vacation of the pill on prescription only. In October 2016 the Parliament after mass protests rejected a bill to virtually a complete ban on abortion”, – stated in the message.

4 October in Warsaw, more than four thousand people took part in the campaign for women’s rights.

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