PRI Examines Access To Abortion In Argentina

PRI: Legal abortions remain elusive in Argentina, especially for the most vulnerable
“…[A]bortion-rights advocates say it’s all too common for women in Argentina to be denied access to legal abortions. Abortion is banned here except in the case of rape, incest or if a woman’s life is in danger. On Saturday, several anti-abortion gatherings [were] held in Argentina for its National Day of the Unborn Child…” (Herrera, 3/22).

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