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Classics 16-year-olds in the United States not "ripe" enough for abortion

04:20  18 august  2022
04:20  18 august  2022 Source:   pressfrom.com

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A court ruling in the US state of Florida, according to which a 16-year-old is not "sufficiently ripe" for an abortion, has caused outraged reactions. "This is a dangerous and terrible example of Florida's war against women," wrote Democratic US MP Lois Frankel on Tuesday in the short message service Twitter. "If a young girl is too immature to choose an abortion, how can she be able to carry out a baby?"

Ein Gerichtsurteil im US-Bundesstaat Florida, wonach eine 16-Jährige nicht © Chandan Khanna A court ruling in the US state of Florida, according to which a 16-year-old is not "sufficiently ripe" for an abortion, has caused outraged reactions. "This is a dangerous and terrible example of Florida's war against women," wrote a MP.

The MP Pramila Jayapal described the decision of an appellate court in Florida as "hideous". She was "angry" that a teenager was forced to give birth to a child.

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An appellate court had refused the right to terminate pregnancy on Monday and confirmed a judgment of the first instance. The youngsters who pregnant week had declared in court that she was "not ready to have a baby". She still goes to school, has no job, and the child's father couldn't help her.

The Court of the first instance ruled, however, that the young person had not "demonstrated clearly and convincingly that it is sufficiently mature to decide whether it breaks down her pregnancy". The Court of Appeal confirmed this decision.

In Florida, minors need the approval of a parent to make an abortion. In this case, the young person has no parents. She lives with a relative and has a state -appointed guardian. The girl therefore applied for a permit for abortion in court.

The right to abortion is one of the most competitive sociopolitical issues in the United States. In June, the state's Supreme Court had overturned a fundamental decision that had been in force for almost 50 years, which had anchored a fundamental fundamental right to abortions. As a result, numerous conservatively governed states have started drastically restricting access to abortions.

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