Limited abortion rights introduced in historic Irish legislation

The Guardian – The Irish government introduced historic legislation on Tuesday that will allow for some limited legal abortion in the Republic.<br />
However, the new bill, which will have to be passed in both houses of the Irish parliament, will not include cases concerning rape, incest or fatal foetal abnormalities.<br />
And a controversial measure in the new proposed law stating that a woman seeking an abortion because she is suicidal will have to be assessed by up to six doctors, including psychiatrists, has been condemned by pro-choice groups. <a href="" target="_blank">Lire la suite</a></p>