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Monday, January 20, 2014

Spanish PM's Proposed Abortion Restrictions Prompt Backlash at Home and Abroad

The New York Times: Proposed Abortion Restrictions in Spain Face Backlash, by Raphael Minder:

Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy’s proposal to enact some of the toughest abortion restrictions in Europe has exposed his already unpopular government to a building political backlash and criticism from the European Parliament, while reinvigorating his Socialist opponents and opening divisions in his own conservative Popular Party.

On Sunday, demonstrators gathered in downtown Madrid to protest the government’s health care cuts and the abortion proposal, which was introduced in December and would allow the termination of a pregnancy only if it was the result of rape or if having the baby would significantly endanger the mother’s health. . . .

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