By Interim Staff On Oct. 22, the Polish Constitutional Tribunal declared a law that permitted abortion for preborn children diagnosed with “fetal defect or incurable illness” to be unconstitutional. Nearly all abortions committed in the predominantly Catholic eastern European country are carried out for such reasons (1074 or 1100 legal abortions in 2019). The tribunal’s president, Julia Przylebska, wrote in the decision that […]
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