Spanish government backs tougher abortion law
The Spanish government has backed a proposal for a tougher abortion law.
The bill says early termination is no longer a right, and would only be allowed in cases of rape, serious foetal deformity, or when the mother's health is at risk.
Pro-choice groups have pledged to stage protests against the change, which will be debated in parliament.
Melanie Ruiz reports.
20 Dec 2013
- From the section Europe