France moves closer to landmark legislation — RT World News


The National Assembly, the lower house of the French parliament, voted on Thursday to enshrine abortion rights in the country’s constitution.

French women have had the right to voluntarily terminate their pregnancies since 1974, but lawmakers are worried that access to abortion could be potentially curtailed in the future, especially following the introduction of additional restrictions in some US states and EU countries.

The bill, which now has to pass the conservative-dominated Senate,…



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