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Irish abortion law: Citizens Assembly vote favours change


Irish abortion law: Citizens Assembly vote favours change
BBC News

A body set up advise the Irish government on constitutional change has voted to replace or amend the part of Ireland's Constitution which strictly limits the availability of abortion. Abortion is only legal in the Republic of Ireland if the mother's

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