Madrid (EFE) scientific techniques to influence your decision, such as listening to the fetal heartbeat or seeing a 4D ultrasound.
The reform of the abortion law, which seeks to guarantee that the right to abortion in public health and eliminate the requirement of parental permission for minors under 16 and 17 years of age, will reach the plenary session of the Senate next week and will later be sent to Congress for final approval.
Among the few amendments approved in the Upper House, the proposal promoted by the socialist group stands out after the controversial measures that Vox intended to implement in Castilla y León, a party that together with the PP have voted against the ruling.
In accordance with the agreed text on an amendment initially registered by Más Madrid, approved by a majority, public administrations must prevent the woman who wants an abortion from being the recipient of practices that seek to alter her will, “with the exception of essential and necessary clinical information », and ensure that all interventions are based on «scientific evidence».
Avoid protocols on abortion such as the one in Castilla y León
The socialist senator Donelia Roldán wanted to highlight this agreement, which, in her words, aims to “avoid protocols such as that of Castilla y León” that seek to “institutionalize the harassment that used to be carried out at the doors of the clinics and that today is a crime”.
“We will guarantee that no one coerces women to decide what to do or not do in terms of their pregnancy, because we do not need to be supervised,” Roldán has defended, who has asked that “any technique, practice, diagnosis or therapy be based on evidence scientific.”
The PP has criticized the law for considering it “unnecessary and inopportune”, in the words of popular senator Antonio Román, who has lamented the lack of “consensus” in the drafting of the rule, as well as its processing by urgent procedure.
The popular group has especially regretted the creation of the register of objecting doctors, the elimination of the three-day reflection period and the introduction of sick leave due to disabling menstruation, which in the opinion of the PP can “widen the labor gap” and stigmatize women .
Against making reference to surrogacy in the law
Several parties have been against the fact that the law includes references to surrogacy or surrogacy, such as Geroa Bai, PNV and JxCat, who believe that this issue should be included in an “independent” law and have presented amendments to eliminate said concept of the text.
Junts has also proposed that the term for the registration of a minor after birth can be modified in the first six months, so that the woman “is in the same conditions to be able to express herself on the order of the surnames” as the man. man, especially in cases of caesarean sections or difficult deliveries.
For its part, ERC has maintained its amendments regarding the introduction of obstetric violence and gestational mourning in the standard.