Abortion is a very complex and emotional thing to go through, it is another name for murder, it is against everything that the church stands for. Abortion is the deliberate killing of the weakest and the most defenseless among us. No one has the right to take the life of another person, even an unborn child. Abortion usually ends up hurting the mother as the emotional effects become worse and worse. This problem is even more common when there is pressure by others on the woman to have the abortion, and she does so reluctantly.
Despite it being undeveloped, killing it means depriving someone the chance to live. -Deciding the fate of an unborn is an act against the will of God. -Having an abortion can cause risk to the body for not being able to conceive again or sometimes death. -Psychological effects to the mother leading to unpleasant memories, sense of guilt or depression. -Abortion should not be used as a form of contraception.
For the prospective mother should abortion because of a medical emergency, the team of experts will give counseling before and after the action. 2.2 Economic The number of economy in Indonesia, which led to many reasons why a woman does her pregnancy against that abortion keep risks from the medical side, especially if done in a non-secure is not through the process of a medical professional who certainly cost is not cheap. The inability to finance the process of childbirth and lack of a family's support or a problem with the husband, as well as not yet ready to have an offspring due to economic factors are some of the reasons why a woman do the abortion. 2.3
This is a big consideration in the political world about banning abortion. This argument preaches that women who have been raped have the “right” to have an abortion without being criticized. However, this is completely sentimental. If the rape victim decides to have the child anyways, there 's multiple emotional things that could wrongly affect the child. Often, a child produced from a rape will be put up for adoption, which can affect their future and attitude.
She was unaware of the notion of taking responsibility of the consequences brought about by her own actions, she even had no idea of the duration of her pregnancy and did nothing during the process of the abortion except actually having done it. On the other hand, I admire Otilia’s strength and selflessness. Unlike Gabita, I respected Otilia for she was bold and courageous who stepped up to help Gabita proceed with the abortion even if it included being defiled by Mr. Bebe. She stood by Gabita and did everything to help her, such as reserving the room, borrowing cash, engaging with black market dealings (cigarettes) and meeting up with the abortionist even though she was dealing with her own problems, concerning her relationship with her boyfriend, Adi. She tried to discuss such topics with Adi because she knew how grave the consequences were, and so she wanted to talk about how to prevent it from happening, unfortunately, Adi was unwilling to discuss precautionary measures.
From a historical perspective ,the first debate took place between 1929-1932 and during the elaboration of the Codification Commission to reform the Criminal Code , which also prepared a matrimonial draft law providing for both divorce and separation. According to the Criminal Code of 1932, abortion was legal if a pregnancy resulted from a crime and where a woman’s health and life was at risk. The more liberal draft provision of abortion on socio-economic grounds failed. The law of 1932 remained in force until 1956 . Under the communist regime , in 1956 despite the protests of the Poland’s strong Catholic Church , a liberal abortion law was adopted.
Lamentably, there are countless stories of males walking out of relationships, when they find out their significant other is pregnant. At this point, not only has it made the soon to be mother realize that said man wasn't right, but also that she doesn't want to face parent-hood by herself. Unfortunately, in many countries where abortion is totally illegal, or can only take place when one's life is at risk or has been raped, the mother will be forced into being a single parent. This is completely unfair. The mother thought she would have the support, both emotionally and possibly financially, of her significant other, however when this is taken, she has no choice but to do it without the support anymore.
In Brazil, abortion is legalised under limited occasions, permitting abortion in cases of rape and when it puts a woman’s life in danger. The main concerning issue is that the government has recently introduced a new amendment changing the country’s abortion law, called “Pec 181”. When we thought our country was finally moving forward and putting aside religion and personal beliefs for a matter of equality, this medieval law is announced introducing adjustments banning abortion and again narrowing, ignoring and shutting down the women’s voices. I still cannot wrap my head around the fact that the Brazilian government is trying to control the body of over 100 million women, highlighting the fact that the Brazilian parliament has no women representatives.
Existing Spanish regulation permits women to choose to have an abortion in the first fourteen to twenty-two weeks on grounds that the foetus is seriously deformed or the mother risks being in danger during the birth. In 2014, former Justice Minister Mr. Alberto Luiz Gallardon proposed a bill that intended to balance the mother’s rights with the foetus’ rights through the restriction of women’s rights to have an abortion. The draft bill sought to permit termination of a pregnancy only in “cases of rape reported to the police or a medically certified threat to the mother’s physical or psychological health.” The bill does not permit the termination of a pregnancy on grounds that the foetus is seriously deformed. Many people perceived this part as contentious because it sought to restrict women’s right to abortion; consequently, eliciting mass protests and international criticism. International human rights movements such as Amnesty International argued that the draft bill would put the lives of girls and women at risk; restricting their right to abortion would steer them to illegal abortions.
There are the pro- life people who believe that abortion is wrong and want it to be illegal. On the other side there are Pro-choice people who believe it is the choice of the woman on whether or not to bare a child full term or terminate the pregnancy. Abortion in Papua New Guinea is only legal if the abortion will save the mother 's life. In Papua New Guinea, if an abortion is performed on a woman for any other reason, the violator is subject to fourteen years in prison. A woman who performs a self-abortion may be imprisoned for seven years.