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Argentina’s lower house approves landmark abortion bill

Argentina’s lower house approves landmark abortion bill

Lawmakers in Argentina’s lower house have passed a bill that would legalize abortion in most cases, a change long-sought by women’s rights activists in the largely Catholic country. Parliament’s lower house voted 131-117 in favor of the proposed law, which will allow for voluntary abortions to be carried out up to the 14th week of pregnancy. The bill now moves to the Senate for a debate and vote.

The Right Perspective
The Right Perspective 2 months

No sooner has the ink dried, feminists will be pushing for abortion up to birth and banning people from protesting.

Rocky 2 months

And down the slippery slope they go. Margaret Sanger must be jumping and clapping at all the brown skinned people she has tricked into limiting their contribution to the gene pool. The entire push for abortion as a "right" was championed by that sadistic woman and her eugenics ideology. To this day we disproportionately murder far more pigmented children than any other group (by percentage). For years more black children were aborted in NYC than born. This will be looked back on by future generations as a more horrific abomination than slavery was.

Sloth 2 months

Just a question... Can someone tell me why you always see pictures of women hugging and crying joyously every time a country passes a law like this? What's the marketing message that is being sold to me here?

Frederic Lück
Frederic Lück 2 months

Thats almost 4months. What the fuck

Katse Kubeb
Katse Kubeb 2 months

and there goes the right of the Father out the window. her body, her choice; his child, no choice. this will be abused as it always has been.

Foy 2 months

How unfortunate for those children.

Indo 2 months

Will the rest of the populous states of that continent follow suit to curb over population

IvoryDove 2 months

"Women's Rights" - 50% of the humans killed are female.

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