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Including right to abortion in French Constitution 'is not a gimmick' says Justice Minister

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Including the right to abortion in the French Constitution "is not a gimmick" but "a security for all women in our country" says the country's Justice Minister, Eric Dupond-Moretti. Addressing the right and far-right wings of the French National Assembly, who have continually worked to obstruct the debate on the Constitution revision, Dupont-Moretti warns that despite their actions to "jam up the machine" with amendment proposals, "the political will is there."

Added on the 24/11/2022 14:27:33 - Copyright : AFP EN

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