The bill, which will allow abortion until the 14th week of pregnancy, received 131 votes in favour, 117 against and six abstentions, the Secretariat of the Chamber of Deputies reported after a 8 p.m. session. The Senate is expected to deal with it before the end of the year. The regulation, which was approved at the end of December as a historical fact for the southern country and Latin America, entered into force on Thursday, January 14, after receiving the approval of President Alberto Fernández, one of the main promoters of the historic settlement that decriminalized abortion for all reasons. The adoption of the regulations and their implementation are the result of years of struggles by the so-called « green flood, » a feminist movement that has emerged in the country and has made the fight for « legal, safe and free abortion » one of its maxims. « Legal abortion now, free of charge and in the hospital! » read banners. Pro-abortion activists demonstrate outside Argentina`s Congress in Buenos Aires, where lawmakers have begun debating a bill to legalize abortion. (Photo: AFP / JUAN MABROMATA). / JUAN MABROMATA These reports aim to identify the recurrent consultations that reach the sexual health line, to know the degree of progress and achievement of the proposed results for the line, and to retrieve information from indicators of interest for sexual and reproductive health. For the same, voluntary abortion sequences (IVE) were treated; legal abortion (ILE) and contraceptive methods (MAC). Argentina`s Chamber of Deputies said it debated a bill to legalize abortion on Thursday after a similar initiative failed two years ago in a session that will last until Friday. (Photo: AFP / JUAN MABROMATA). / JUAN MABROMATA Protesters wearing green scarves, a symbol of abortion advocates, celebrate in front of argentina`s Congress after the Chamber of Deputies approved the legalization of abortion.
(Photo by RONALDO SCHEMIDT / AFP). / RONALDO SCHEMIDT A photo provided by the press office of the Argentine Chamber of Deputies shows its president Sergio Massa (center) clapping with lawmakers at the start of the session on abortion in Buenos Aires. Aires, Argentina. (Photo: EFE/EPA/Chamber of Deputies of Argentina). / Chamber of Deputies of Argentina Voluntary termination of pregnancy (IVE) refers to the right to abortion with the request as the only requirement until the fourteenth week of pregnancy (of which 14). Between 370,000 and 520,000 clandestine abortions are estimated each year in Argentina, with 39,000 hospitalizations per year, according to the government. Vilma Ibarra, Legal and Technical Secretary: « It was an election promise and we feel that we have been heard today. Women are leaving life and others have affected their health. Still in Mexico, in 2020 alone, citizens` support for the decriminalization of abortion increased from 29% to 48% in a few months, according to a poll published by the media « El Financiero » and « Nación321 ». Legal abortion debate: result of the vote and what will happen now. The Chamber of Deputies half approved the project on voluntary abortion. Senators can put it into law.
Law 27.610 regulates access to voluntary and legal abortion and follow-up care for all persons with the capacity to become pregnant. It is mandatory throughout the country. Have a nice day! Welcome to the passing minute of Argentina`s abortion law, with everything that`s happening and the latest news. Legal termination of pregnancy (ILE) refers to the right to abortion in the following situations: Thousands of women celebrate the passage of the abortion law in the House of Representatives. A look at the territory of the Argentine Chamber of Deputies, which meets today to debate the legalization of abortion. AFP / JUAN MABROMATA Debate Legal abortion: result of the vote and what will happen now Protocol for the comprehensive care of people entitled to a voluntary and legal termination of pregnancy. Updated 2021. They can not be « objectors » who do not directly perform the practice of interruption, such as those who must guarantee, for example: ultrasound, measurement of blood pressure or temperature, follow-up after abortion, delivery of drugs, anesthesia, among others. Activists take part in a demonstration for the legalization of abortion outside the National Congress in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
(Photo: REUTERS/Matias Baglietto) /MATIAS BAGLIETTO The initiative, which provides legal access to voluntary termination of pregnancy until the 14th anniversary of pregnancy. Pregnancy Week – currently she is only allowed to have a legal abortion if the woman has been raped or her life is in danger under the Penal Code of 1921 – received votes for 131 MPs, 117 against and 6 abstentions. The approval was received with an explosion of joy by thousands of young people in green scarves, emblem of the campaign for the legalization of abortion, who spent the whole night in front of Congress in Buenos Aires, waiting for the vote in this predominantly Catholic country and birthplace of Pope Francis. Debate on legal abortion: who voted for and who voted against? The text, approved by the Senate on December 30, allows Argentines to perform abortions legally, freely and free of charge until the 14th week. In Argentina, abortion was regulated by a 1921 law that allowed abortion only in cases of rape or danger to the mother`s life. In 2018, Congress rejected a similar bill that, although passed in the House of Commons, received rejection from the Senate, which was then configured by a conservative majority that responded to the anti-abortion movement, with strong weight in a deeply Catholic nation. The Congress of Deputies has given its « agreement » to the adoption of the law on abortion in Argentina. In Argentina, abortion is allowed only in cases of rape or danger to the life of the woman, legislation in force since 1921.
Law on legal abortion: what is the 1,000-day plan The bill to legalize abortion provides for individual conscientious objection and also that of a health institution in the event that all its doctors oppose it. However, you are obliged to refer the patient to another hospital for treatment. However, the regulations are already setting precedents at regional level. On January 13, Chile`s Congress began debating a bill that also provides for the decriminalization of abortion by week 14. Several members of Congress came wearing green T-shirts shouting « Abortion yes, abortion no, that`s what I decide, » inspired by the neighboring country`s recent legalization. « We believe that women have the right to decide on their bodies, that the state protects them. Let the lawmakers who vote against know that they will carry on their hands the blood of women who die of clandestine abortions, » Melisa Ramos, 21, told Congress. Legal Abortion Act: What is the 1,000-day plan? After half of the approval of the voluntary termination of pregnancy project, the same was done with a subsidy for the care of children under 3 years of age. Courtesy photo showing MPs on Thursday, during the legislative period during which the issue of legalising abortion is being discussed in Buenos Aires.
(Photo: EFE/ Press Representative). / — In the event that the Senate finally passes the new abortion law, Argentina would follow the passports of the United States, Puerto Rico, Canada, Cuba, Guyana and Uruguay as far as the American continent is concerned. A tattooed woman depicting the late Argentine First Lady Eva Perón wearing a green headscarf – a symbol of abortion advocates – protests in front of the Argentine Congress in Buenos Aires. (Photo: AFP / JUAN MABROMATA). / JUAN MABROMATA The abortion law plans to amend the 1921 law, which would only allow abortion in cases of rape or fetal malformation and allow legal access to abortion until the 14th week of pregnancy. Argentina`s Chamber of Deputies, in a session expected to last until Friday, is debating the plan by which the government is trying to legalize abortion until the 14th week of pregnancy, which, if approved, will soon have to be sanctioned by the Senate, the chamber that crushed a similar project in 2018. (Photo: EFE/ Press Representative). / — Argentina legalizes the voluntary termination of pregnancy for all reasons Similarly, everyone has the right to follow-up after abortion, whether it occurred in the situations provided for by law or not, and to access to contraceptive methods. PRO national deputy Silvia Lospennato assured that « we cross the last barrier for the full legal recognition of women`s autonomy » and said that there will be « laws for truth, equality and freedom » if the Senate approves legal abortion, Argentina will join Cuba, Uruguay and Guyana as countries that allow it in Latin America.