domenica, gennaio 29, 2006

Women demand tougher laws to curb abortions

Non solo in Italia ma anche nel Regno Unito sta cambiando l'atteggiamento dell'opinione pubblica nei confronti delle leggi sull'aborto.


A majority of women in Britain want the abortion laws to be tightened to make it harder, or impossible, for them to terminate a pregnancy.
Evidence of a widespread public demand for the government to further restrict women's right to have an abortion is revealed in a remarkable Observer opinion poll. The findings have reignited the highly-charged debate on abortion, and increased the pressure on Tony Blair to review the current time limits.


Dall'Observer di oggi.