Health Minister seek consensus to change law on abortion in Spain

.- The Spanish newspaper ABC reported this week that the country’s Health Minister, Bernat Soria, who supports the legalization of abortion, is “hoping” to get a majority of lawmakers to back a Congressional proposal to change Spain’s law on abortion.

“The reform of a norm is something that is usually proposed by the government, and I hope we achieve a consensus,” Soria said.

Nevertheless, the Zapatero administration “has not said whether or not it would take up the initiative, and we only know that it intends to issue norms on the confidentiality, the quality of services and the legal protection of those who practice abortions,” ABC reported.


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