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Just over two weeks ago, an 11-year-old rape survivor in Tucumán underwent a C-section after being denied a legal interruption of pregnancy (ILE, Interrupción Legal de Embarazo) by the provincial government.

You probably have questions. I know …

On Friday, two commissions in the Tucumán sent a bill to the provincial Legislature floor that, if approved on the floor, would have banned abortions even if they were a result of rape. The public outrage over the weekend though

Argentina’s national administration of medications, foods and technology (ANMAT) authorized pharmacies to sell misoprostol, a medication that can be used to conduct abortions. The medication will be sold under “strict prescription,” and, according to law 16,463, “has to be used …

The City of Buenos Aires’ Superior Tribunal of Justice (TSJ) – the highest court in the district – issued yesterday a regressive ruling for women and human rights: it dismissed a lower court ruling that declared that a protocol establishing …

As the founding director and partner at Management & Fit – one of the largest political and economic consultants in the country – Mariel Fornoni has access to first hand information about the impression people have of politicians, the state …

Yes, the World Wide Web is dark and full of terrors. Fake news goes viral, embroiling political leaders and laypeople alike in perpetual conflict and influencing election results. Trolls are free to viciously attack you on Twitter any time they

The Catholic Church played a key role in the defeat of the bill that would have legalized abortion in Argentina on August 8. But at a cost. Its place in Argentine society and the fact that the Constitution establishes that …

The government has decided to postpone introducing the reform to the criminal code due to internal rifts concerning the legal character abortions – still clandestine – should entail. While one camp favors decriminalization, its antagonists argue that it should be …

Was ANMAT expecting a different result? Despite the Senate’s rejection of the bill to legalize abortion last week, the National Administration of Drugs, Foods and Medical Devices (ANMAT) has authorized the national production of misoprostol, more commonly known as the …

One week ago today, Argentina’s Senate voted to reject the bill to legalize abortion by 38 votes to 31, with many expounding arguments based on the anti-abortion slogan “Save Both Lives.” However five days after the vote, a woman has …