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On August 8th, the Argentine Senate ruled to reject the bill to legalize abortion after months of fraught campaigning between “pro-choice” verdes and “pro-life” celestes. Nearly a month on, discussions about the implementation of national sex education are reopening …

In the latest edition of The Bubble’s Weekly Roundup, hosts Demian Bio and Sarah Nielsen continue to explore the ever-growing “notebooks scandal,” how some Argentines are publicly …

In the latest edition of The Bubble Podcast, hosts Demian Bio, Bianca Fernet and Sarah Nielsen discuss the defeat of the bill that would have legalized abortion in …

The bill that would have legalized abortion was defeated in the Senate yesterday.

But the debate is far from over. Having occupied the forefront of the public conversation, it has been installed as the next right to be conquered by …

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Clarín reports that, given it is almost certain the abortion bill will be struck down in the Senate, government officials are considering including the decriminalization of abortion as part of their broader initiative to reform the country’s criminal …

In the midst of Argentina’s contentious abortion debate, which will be decided by a final Senate vote on August 8th, the Catholic Church has now called for citizens to publicly demonstrate against the bill.

Throughout the entirety of the debate,

Yesterday two pro-life Senators María Fiore Viñuales (Partido Renovador-Salta) and Guillermo Snopek (PJ-Jujuy) presented a request to prevent the Minister of Health, Adolfo Rubinstein, from speaking at the committee meeting today at 2 PM regarding the bill to decriminalize and …

As the debate over the bill to legalize and decriminalize abortion continues, the medical sector is in a state of turmoil. Between doctors being shamed for carrying out legal abortions, growing divisions between opposing sides of the debate, and …

Senators convened yesterday to discuss the future of the Abortion Bill, which looks to be facing an uphill battle. The number who have came out against the bill is now pegged at 36, exactly half of the Senate. However, …