• By The Financial District

ARGENTINE DEPUTIES START DEBATE ON LEGALIZING ABORTION

The Chamber of Deputies will open the debate in commissions of the Voluntary Interruption of Pregnancy project (IVE) with the presence of officials of the National Executive Power and the presentation of about 50 references, 25 in favor and 25 against, after which it will seek to issue an opinion of the initiative on Friday, December 4, Silvina Angiono reported for the Argentine news agency Telam.

The intention of the deputies of the Frente de Todos, according to parliamentary sources, is to approve the bill in the lower house in the second week of December and then send it to the Senate to have the law passed before the end of the year, already within the framework of the extraordinary sessions of the Congress.


Sources anticipated that the National Executive Power would call for extraordinary sessions in the coming days, where it could also include other key initiatives for the national government.


Along with the abortion legalization project, the 1,000-day plan to help pregnant women will be discussed in a special virtual session, which will take place between December 8 and 10, which will cover the first years of childhood. , which will also have an opinion next week.