Germany abolishes Nazi abortion law

Germany abolishes Nazi abortion law

Controversial paragraph 219A of the Penal Code prohibits “advertising” of voluntary termination of pregnancy.

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When you know the right to abortion Unprecedented decline in the United StatesIt is progressing in Germany. The German parliament on Friday, June 25, repealed a Nazi-era law limiting information on spontaneous termination of pregnancy. Controversial paragraph 219a of the Penal Code, adopted in 1933, shortly after Adolf Hitler took full power, banned it. “Advertising” For abortion.

The doctors explain what abortion methods they used “Imprisonment for up to two years or fine”. The ruling allies, the Social Democrats (SPD), the Greens and Liberals (FDP) voted to lift the ban, while the Christian Democrats (CDU) and the far right (AFD) voted against.

Green Minister for Women’s Rights Lisa Pose praised “A great day for doctors, especially for all women in this country”. Liberal Justice Minister Marco Bushman ruled “Nonsense” Etc. “From another time” What “All trolls and conspirators” It is possible to express oneself on the subject of abortion, but doctors have no right to inform the public properly.

The law, passed Friday, would also repeal fines imposed in recent years on doctors who provided information about abortion on their Web site.

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