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US abortion ruling sparks global debate, polarizes activists - Sentinel Colorado

Jun 25, 2022 View Original Article
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    -12% Somewhat Liberal

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    96% Extremely Conservative

  • Politician Portrayal

    18% Negative

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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

50% : Associated Press writers Almudena Calatrava in Buenos Aires, Argentina; Marcos Alemán in San Salvador, El Salvador; Edith Lederer at the United Nations; Fabiola Sánchez in Mexico City; Frances D'Emilio in Rome; Astrid Suárez in Bogotá, Colombia, and AP journalists around the world contributed to this report
46% : In Mexico, lawyer and activist Verónica Cruz said the ruling could give a boost to anti-abortion groups, but added it likely won't have any impact in Mexico where 10 of the country's 32 states have legalized abortion up to 12 weeks gestation in recent years.
45% : "I trust that with this ruling it will be possible to abolish abortion in the United States and throughout the world," said Larín, president of Fundación Vida SV.
43% :Anti-abortion activists cheered the ruling, with legislator Amalia Granata tweeting: "There is justice again in the world.
43% : "In more conservative countries like El Salvador, where abortions are illegal no matter the circumstance and where some 180 women with obstetric emergencies have been criminally prosecuted in the last two decades, Larín warned that the ruling could inspire yet more efforts to loosen abortion restrictions outside the U.S."Campaigns promoting abortion may intensify in our countries because funding and abortion clinics in the United States are going to close as they have been doing in recent years," she said.
43% : France's president, Emmanuel Macron, added in a tweet that "abortion is a fundamental right of all women."
42% : Colombia, which became in February the latest Latin American country to expand access to abortion, also will not be affected by the ruling, said Catalina Martínez Coral, director for Latin America and the Caribbean for the Center for Reproductive Rights.
42% : The United Nations Population Fund issued a statement following the Supreme Court's decision noting that its 2022 report said that nearly half of all pregnancies worldwide are unintended and over 60% of those pregnancies may end in abortion.
40% : Abortion in sub-Saharan Africa is already more unsafe than in any other region of the world, and the overwhelming majority of women of child-bearing age live in countries where abortion laws are highly or moderately restricted, according to the Guttmacher Institute, a New York-based research organization that supports abortion rights.
40% :The U.N. agency dealing with sexual and reproductive health said that whether or not abortion is legal "it happens all too often" and global data shows that restricting access makes abortion more deadly.
36% : Here in New Zealand we recently legislated to decriminalise abortion and treat it as a health rather than criminal issue.
30% : It said almost all unsafe abortions occur in developing countries, and it fears that "more unsafe abortions will occur around the world if access to abortion becomes more restricted."

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