In Peru, parliament passes law delineating constitutional rights of the unborn
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The new legislation guarantees the right for fetal development, protecting the individuality of each person from the moment of conception. [...] [T]he amendment breezed through the Peruvian Congress at a vote of 72-26 with 6 abstentions. Its passage has secured a constitutional right to life in Peru that guarantees the right to development while in utero. As it stands, the only exception that would allow an abortion to take place in Peru is if the life of the mother and child is in danger. [...] Law 785 even goes so far as to amend previous legal wording, which subjected all human beings in Peru to its laws from birth. Now all human beings in Peru are subject to its laws from conception.
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