The Irish government announced Tuesday that it would draft new laws and regulations to spell out when doctors can terminate a pregnancy, weeks after an ailing woman was refused an abortion and perished.
Exactly what rules will be proposed is still unclear, but activists celebrated the move as the first step toward addressing the legal confusion over abortion in the largely Roman Catholic country.
“We can see our government will be taking this issue seriously,” said James Burke, a member of the Termination for Medical Reasons Ireland campaign. “It’s definitely a step forward.”
Wednesday, December 19, 2012
Pro abortion people celebrate Ireland change to abortion laws.
As here in America, leftists don't let an tragedy go to waste to push their own vision of "moral" values.