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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 …

So, who doesn’t love a good old conspiracy theory? I know I’ve always been enthralled by those astounding, over-the-top stories that try to explain the moon landing or JFK’s assassination or Hitler’s travels to Argentina via submarine. But we’re living …

After an exhausting 15-hour debate, Argentina’s Senate has said ‘no’ to legalizing abortion. The legislators of the Upper House discussed the future of reproductive rights while thousands gathered around Congress for an all-day, all-night vigil in the frigid Buenos Aires …

Senate Votes No

On Thursday, August 9th, the Argentine Senate voted at around 2:45 a.m. to reject a bill that would legalize abortion in Argentina, with 31 votes in favor and 38 votes against. 

The Bill

The bill, which

It’s difficult for a Tweet to sum up the complexity of the world we live in nowadays. But the one below might just come as close to doing it as any other:

That’s right, as of 10:45 AM today, pro-choice …

The final vote to decide whether or not Argentina will legalize abortion is just one day away, scheduled for August 8th.

In addition to access to free and legal abortion, the bill calls for improved universal access to sexual and

The anti-abortion block in the Senate had solidified a winning majority to reject the law to decriminalize and legalize abortion. On Saturday, after Juan Carlos Romero (Salta) confirmed he would vote against the bill, formerly pro-choice Silvina García Larraburu (FpV-Río …

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, …