Proteste în Polonia, după anunțul privind intrarea în vigoare a interzicerii avorturilor

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Sute de persoane au participat miercuri, 27 ianuarie, la un protest în fața Tribunalului Constituțional din capitala Poloniei, Varșovia, ca urmare a faptului că autoritățile vor pune în aplicare o hotărâre care interzice avorturile în această țară, a scris Agerpres, care citează agenția DPA.


În jurul orei 18.00, ora locală, manofestanții au început să mărşăluiască spre centrul capitalei Varşovia, pe fondul unei prezenţe numeroase a forţelor de ordine.


Au scandat lozinci în favoarea avortului la cerere şi împotriva partidului de guvernământ conservator Lege şi Justiţie (PiS).


”Gândesc, simt, decid”, ”Libertatea de alegere fără teroare”, se putea citi pe câteva din pancarte.


Proteste au avut loc şi în alte oraşe, precum Katowice, Lodz, Wroclaw şi Szczecin. ”Greva femeilor la nivel naţional” este organizaţia neguvernamentală care coordonează protestele


Protestele au fost declanşate de publicarea de către Tribunalul constituţional a unei motivări scrise la hotărârea judecătorească din 22 octombrie privind protejarea vieţii. Hotărârea va intra în vigoare după publicarea acestei justificări în Monitorul Oficial.


În hotărâre, Tribunalul a decis că avorturile efectuate din cauza unor defecte congenitale ireversibile, categorie în care intră o gamă largă de afecţiuni, de la sindromul Down la boli fatale, sunt ilegale conform Constituţiei. Astfel de defecte congenitale au reprezentat motivul majorităţii avorturilor legale din Polonia în 2019.


epa08969393 Leader of the Polish National Women's Strike Marta Lempart (L) takes part in a protest against the tightening of the abortion law in front of the Constitutional Tribunal headquarters in Warsaw, Poland, 27 January 2021. Poland's Constitutional Tribunal on 27 January published its verdict from October 2020 that laws currently permitting abortion due to foetal defects are unconstitutional. Mass protest against the tightening of the abortion law broke out throughout Poland with thousands of people protesting against tightening the abortion law. EPA-EFE/RADEK PIETRUSZKA POLAND OUTepa08969394 People take part in the 'Women's Strike' protest against the tightening of the abortion law in front of the Constitutional Tribunal headquarters in Warsaw, Poland, 27 January 2021. Poland's Constitutional Tribunal on 27 January published its verdict from October 2020 that laws currently permitting abortion due to foetal defects are unconstitutional. Mass protest against the tightening of the abortion law broke out throughout Poland with thousands of people protesting against tightening the abortion law. EPA-EFE/RADEK PIETRUSZKA POLAND OUTepa08969431 People take part in the 'Women's Strike' protest against the tightening of the abortion law in Warsaw, Poland, 27 January 2021. Poland's Constitutional Tribunal on 27 January published its a written rationale of the verdict from October 2020 that laws currently permitting abortion due to foetal defects are unconstitutional. Mass protest against the tightening of the abortion law broke out throughout Poland with thousands of people protesting against tightening the abortion law. EPA-EFE/RADEK PIETRUSZKA POLAND OUTepa08969767 People take part in the 'Women's Strike' protest against the tightening of the abortion law in Warsaw, Poland, 27 January 2021. Poland's Constitutional Tribunal on 27 January published its a written rationale of the verdict from October 2020 that laws currently permitting abortion due to foetal defects are unconstitutional. Mass protest against the tightening of the abortion law broke out throughout Poland with thousands of people protesting against tightening the abortion law. EPA-EFE/RADEK PIETRUSZKA POLAND OUTepa08969767 People take part in the 'Women's Strike' protest against the tightening of the abortion law in Warsaw, Poland, 27 January 2021. Poland's Constitutional Tribunal on 27 January published its a written rationale of the verdict from October 2020 that laws currently permitting abortion due to foetal defects are unconstitutional. Mass protest against the tightening of the abortion law broke out throughout Poland with thousands of people protesting against tightening the abortion law. EPA-EFE/RADEK PIETRUSZKA POLAND OUT
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