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In Poland there have been protests against the tightening of abortion law

KIEV. 14 Jan. UNN. About 2 thousand people, mainly women, held in the capital of Poland protest against tougher abortion law, reports UNN with reference to DW.

The protesters, who came Saturday, January 13, to the building of the Polish Sejm in Warsaw, holding banners of “Shame!”, “The medical and not of God,” “Women will die without abortion.”

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 abortion.

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

As reported by UNN, in an international company Lindab, which has production facilities near Warsaw, responded to the message about the alleged discrimination of the Ukrainian employees.

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