Women In El Salvador Could Face 50-Year Jail Terms For Abortion If Country’s Congress Approves Proposed Law

The Guardian: El Salvador abortion law change could leave women facing 50 years in jail
“El Salvador already has some of the most draconian anti-abortion laws in the world, but they could become even stricter if Congress adopts an opposition proposal to imprison women for up to 50 years if they terminate a pregnancy…” (Watts, 7/14).

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