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Malta púxose a flexibilizar as estritas leis contra o aborto

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Malta will relax its anti-abortion laws and allow terminations of pregnancies where the mother’s health or life is at risk, Chris Fearne, health minister, said on Wednesday (16 November).

O único país da Unión Europea que ten prohibido o aborto é a illa mediterránea. As enquisas de opinión mostran constantemente unha forte oposición, especialmente entre as persoas maiores.

Fearne stated that legislative amendments will be presented next week to parliament to address situations in which a woman’s health and life are at risk, but the foetus cannot be born.

Dixo que un médico podería ser condenado a ata catro anos de prisión se termina un embarazo para salvar a vida da nai. Tamén foron posibles catro anos para as mulleres que interrompen o seu embarazo polo mesmo motivo.

“The choice is not whether the mother and baby survive. He said that the choice is between the death of the mother and the survival of the baby.

“We don’t believe that after suffering this ordeal, the woman should be facing the possibility of being imprisoned.”

Despois dun turista estadounidense, Andrea Prudente, denegóuselle a solicitude de xuño para pór fin a un embarazo non viable despois de que comezase a sangrar abundantemente, a reforma xa está en marcha

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Os seus médicos dixéronlle que a súa vida estaba en perigo. Foi trasladada a España, onde puido abortar.

Prudente sued Malta’s government in September. She demanded that the courts declare that the law prohibiting abortion in any circumstance was a violation of human rights. This case is still pending.

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