US News United States: opponents of the right to abortion full of hopes during their annual march

10:30  22 january  2022
10:30  22 january  2022 Source:   rfi.fr

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Des militants anti-avortement défilent vers la Cour suprême des États-Unis lors de la Marche pour la vie à Washington, le vendredi 21 janvier 2022. © AP - Jose Luis Magana of anti-abortion activists scroll to the United States Supreme Court during walking for Life in Washington, Friday, January 21, 2022.

The 49th edition of the opponents' walk to the right to abortion took place this Friday, January 21 in Washington in a particular context. The Supreme Court, now conservative majority, could in the coming months come back to its jurisprudence on the right to abortion. It is in any case the hope of the participants.

with our correspondent in Washington, Guillaume Naudin

all people count even those to be born. This is the creed thousands of participants in this annual market. Most are young, like Kara Zupkus. She is the spokesman for the Foundation of Young America, an active conservative organization in universities. "We are the voice of those who are not born," she explains. We are impatient for the Supreme Court to change its jurisprudence. We really trust the new majority with judges like Amy Comey Baret. They will show that the Constitution does not provide for the right to abortion.

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ROE V. Wade judgment in all spirits

Jurisprudence is the judgment Roe V. Wade of 1973, which establishes the constitutional right to abortion. The Court could limit its scope by reducing the delay for abortion, or squarely cancel it. This is the hope of the student Alexandre Odo: "I hope there will be a complete overthrow, but I will understand if there is a compromise.

The compromise is not the goal of Thomas Barnett. He came from Providence, in the state of Rhode Island. And for him, if the Supreme Court leaves states deciding on the right to abortion, it is a new battle that will begin. "States like California or New York are already preparing laws to pay people to come from states that would not allow abortion. They would pay transportation, the hotel. Because they want money. Killing children, it's a business, it gets money. So you have to stop that.

The Supreme Court planned to decide by June.

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