US News VIDEO. In Latin America, hundreds of women demonstrated for the right to abortion
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On World Abortion Right Day on Monday, September 28, hundreds of women demonstrated in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and Mexico City, the Mexican capital. They demanded the legalization of abortion in their country.
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On the same day, several hundred women marched through the streets of Mexico City to demand the legalization of abortion throughout.
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Mostly dressed in black and with their faces masked, the demonstrators gathered in the historic center of Mexico City where some clashes erupted in front of an impressive police device which then framed their course in the streets of the city.
"We want abortion, legal, safe and free for all women" , shouted the protesters.Abortion considered a crime
These Mexicans demand that abortion be decriminalized throughout the country, because it has only been legal in the capital, Mexico City since 2007, and in the state of Oaxaca (south) since 2019, until the 12th week of pregnancy.
Except in Cuba and Uruguay where it is permitted, abortion is considered a crime in Latin America.
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