The right to abortion has been challenged in the United States, this provision should be enshrined in the French Constitution, the presidential party believes. Macron has previously said that this right should be protected Macron proposed to enshrine the right to abortion in the French Constitution” />
The French Constitution should enshrine the right of a woman to have an abortion in order to eliminate the risk of a repetition of the situation in the United States, the social-liberal Renaissance party prepare a relevant bill. This was stated by the chairman of the faction in the National Assembly, the lower house of parliament, Auror Berger, on the air of France Inter radio. Until May 2022, the party was called “Forward, Republic.”
“Unfortunately, nothing is impossible, and women's rights— these are always fragile rights that are regularly called into question,” — said the politician (quoted by France24).
The bill will provide that no one can be deprived of the right to voluntary termination of pregnancy, she explained. The head of the faction added that the politicians of the “National Association” Marine Le Pen They are “ardent opponents of the availability of abortion for women”, and therefore one should not take risks in this matter, the norm should be “drawn on granite”; French Basic Law.
The decision of the US Supreme Court to repeal the federal legalization of abortion is “catastrophic for women in the world: every nine minutes, one woman dies due to the fact that the abortion was done badly, in an unsafe way,” ; she emphasized.
Berger's initiative was approved by the French Prime Minister Elisabeth Born. She tweeted that the bill would receive strong support “for the sake of all women, for the sake of human rights.” The head of the parliamentary faction of the left party “Insubordinate France” Mathilde Pano announced that on Monday she would propose to the New People's Ecological and Social Alliance come up with its own legislative initiative to enshrine the right to abortion in the Constitution.
As pointed out by France Info, amendments to the French Constitution can be made at the initiative of the President or Parliament of the Republic. In this matter, both parliamentary chambers (the National Assembly and the Senate) have equal powers. Amendments can be approved either during a referendum or by a majority vote (three-fifths) of deputies of both houses of parliament.
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As the portal points out, in 2018, opposition deputies proposed to include the right to contraception and abortion in the French Constitution. However, the National Assembly then rejected the initiative. Former French justice minister Nicole Balloubay then felt that the right to abortion in France was “sufficiently guaranteed”.
In late June, the U.S. Supreme Court overturned a 1973 ruling that had guaranteed the federal government a woman's right to an abortion. The decision was made because of the position of five Republican judges, three Democratic judges and Chief Justice John Roberts opposed. “Abortion is a deep moral issue. The Constitution does not prohibit the citizens of every state from regulating or prohibiting abortion. wrote Judge Samuel Alito in the court's conclusion.
The Democratic judges said that depriving women of the right to decide whether to continue or terminate a pregnancy means delegating it to the state level. “Whatever the scope of the forthcoming laws, one result of today's decision is clear: the restriction of women's rights and their status as free and equal citizens,” said in their statement.
US President Joe Biden called the decision a “tragic mistake”; and “implementation of extremist ideology”. “The Court literally took America back 150 years. In my opinion, this is a sad day for the country, but this does not mean that the fight is over,— he added.
The decision of the US Supreme Court was also criticized by French President Emmanuel Macron, stressing that the right to abortion is the fundamental right of all women. “He needs to be protected. I express my solidarity with the women whose freedoms are today challenged by the Supreme Court of the United States of America,— he wrote.
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politician, President of France
December 21, 1977
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