The leader of the deputies of the Renaissance group (ex-LREM), Aurore Bergé, announced it on Saturday, ahead of Nupes by two days. Article written by Published on 06/25/2022 10:01 Updated on 06/25/2022 10:37 Reading time: 1 min. This is perhaps a field on which LREM and Nupes will be able to agree. Aurore Bergé, president of the Renaissance group! (ex-LREM), announced on Saturday June 25 that his group would file “as of today” “a constitutional bill to protect access to abortion”, after the historic decision of the Supreme Court of the States States to revoke this right. What happens elsewhere must not happen in!
We must sanctuary the right to #abortion for future generationsI am filing with @auroreberge, group president, a constitutional bill aimed at enshrining the right to #abortion in our Constitution pic.twitter.com/UrTSpZYPcS – Marie- Pierre Rixain (@RixainMP) June 25, 2022 Mathilde Panot, the president of the LFI group in the Assembly, announced on Friday that the Nupes would table a bill on the same direction on Monday. Beyond the United States, this decision is “catastrophic for women in the world: you have a woman who dies every 9 minutes because an abortion has been performed badly, in an unsafe way”, underlined on France Inter Aurore Bergé. “This also calls for us to take measures in France so that tomorrow we cannot have any reversals that could exist. This is the reason why, starting today, with my group, we are going to submit a proposal for constitutional law to include respect for abortion in our Constitution”, added the elected representative of Yvelines, an ex-LR with a feminist commitment. Pointing to the new RN deputies, “fierce opponents of women’s access to abortion”, she judged that it was not necessary to “take any risk in this area and therefore secure (the right to abortion) in l ‘inscribed in the marble of our Constitution’. Share: Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Share by email Share the link news analyzes videos Extend your reading around this subject the entire universe of abortion related subjects Vu d’Europe Every day Franceinfo selects content from European public audiovisual media, members of Eurovision. These contents are published in English or French. sponsored content