STORY – Castaner and LREM deputies want to extend the legal deadline for aborting. The executive is divided.
The issue of abortion is once again on the agenda of the majority. The extension of the legal deadline for abortion from twelve to fourteen weeks was already voted by the National Assembly a year ago. Before getting lost in the twists and turns of parliamentary life. Christophe Castaner, the president of the LREM group at the Palais Bourbon, ardently pleads for the final adoption of this bill (PPL) carried by the former Marcheuse Albane Gaillot. “If we want to guarantee a real right and equal to those which must be protected, it is necessary to lengthen the deadlines”, he explained last week to Parisian. He wishes to register the examination of the text during the week dedicated to parliamentary initiatives, which will begin on November 29.
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However, the President of the Republic expressed the opposite position this summer. If the abortion is “An immense conquest”, it is not “Not in favor of this reform”, he told the magazine She. Because, beyond twelve weeks of pregnancy, “All gynecologists
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