Europe Council charges Italy with discrimination because few doctors perform abortions
April 11, 2016
The Council of Europe has complained that Italian women face "significant difficulty" in finding abortion providers, and therefore the country is violating women's rights.
Abortion is legal in Italy, but few doctors perform abortions. The nation's largest trade union, GCIL, had filed a complaint charging that doctors who agree to perform abortions face discrimination.
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