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Abortion, Macron: “We are in favor of the introduction of European fundamental rights into the Charter”

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Abortion, Macron: “We are in favor of the introduction of European fundamental rights into the Charter”

«France has decided to include the right to abortion in the Constitution «and we are proud to have this model». «As far as Europe is concerned, France defends the introduction of this right for women into the Charter of Fundamental Rights, I think it is a very important debate – continues French President Emmanuel Macron – and I believe that for all women in Europe, living on this continent must mean having this right, being able to be free to exercise it, this is part of our fundamental values, it is essential to be able to exercise it.” This is how Macron, in the final press conference at the end of the EU summit, responded to a question on the controversy between Italy and Spain.

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The one about abortion «from the way it was told, it seems to me that it is another fake news, then it spreads abroad and everyone gives us lessons. The amendment that was presented to the Pnrr decree exactly follows the text of law 194″ he said Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni at a press point in Brussels at the end of the extraordinary European Council. «I think that in reality those who want to modify law 194 are on the left, because we have never proposed modifying law 194, but when you ask for the application of law 194, even in prevention because it is a law of extreme balance, well done, we tear our clothes. And yet then we must also have the courage to say things as they are: do we want to modify law 194? I’m not the one who wants to change it. Do others want to change it? Let them tell us and take responsibility for it. But what is being done now is to reiterate the concepts already envisaged in law 194.”

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With reference to lessons from abroad, Prime Minister Meloni returns to the clash with Madrid. It all started from a post on X by the Spanish Minister for Equality Ana Redondo, who commented: «Allowing organized harassment against women who want to terminate their pregnancies means undermining a right recognized by law». Then the political attack: «It is the strategy of the ultra-right: to intimidate to cancel rights, to stop equality between women and men».

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