Irish government sets out timeline for possible abortion constitutional referendum

27 October 2016
Abortion has long been a controversial topic in Ireland where a complete ban was only lifted in 2013 when terminations were allowed if a mother's life is in danger.  Ireland's parliament could be in a position to decide on whether to hold a referendum to repeal restrictive abortion laws by the end of next year if a citizens' assembly recommends a vote should be held to widen access. Reg[...] Read more here: Reuters


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