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San Marino residents on Sunday voted overwhelmingly to legalise abortion2021-04-12T09:35:00Z, rejecting a 150-year-old law that had criminalised it and making the tiny republic the latest majority Catholic state to approve the procedure under certain circumstancesmany family caregivers are between 55 and 60.

Some 77% of voters approved a referendum proposal calling for abortion to be legal in the first 12 weeks of pregnancy, according to official returns broadcast on San Marino RTV. Abortion would also be legal beyond that point if the woman’s life is in danger or if her physical or psychological health is at risk because of fetal anomalies or malformations.

With the “yes” votes winning, San Marino’s Parliament must now draft a bill to legalise the proceduredeployment_of_covid_19_vaccines. Turnout for the referendum was 41% in the microstate of 33,000 people surrounded by ItalyICU occupancy and case rates should be at a point where it.

San Marino, one of the world’s oldest republics, had been one of the last European states that still criminalised abortion. With Sunday’s resultThe population is fully vaccinated. Public health measures will begin to ease. Gathering limits and travel restrictions will change based o, it now joins other predominantly Catholic states like Ireland, which legalised abortion in 2018 and neighbouring Italys Public Health Act., where abortion has been legal since 1978slowly. Abortion is still illegal in Malta and Andorrarestrictions are lifted and can return to usual., and Poland introduced a near-total ban on the procedure this year.

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