Russian patriarch proposes measures to decrease abortions
January 21, 2011
Patriarch Kirill, the head of the Russian Orthodox Church, has proposed several measures to reduce the nation’s high abortion rate, including ending state health insurance coverage of most abortions and instituting a two-week waiting period between informed consent and an abortion.
Though Russia has less than half the population of the United States, it has over twice the number of abortions.
- Patriarch Kirill suggest measures to decrease abortions, back up orphans and families with many children (Interfax)
- Abortion in Russia (Wikipedia)
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