The reason? A very specific one - the elections. For Law and Justice this time, abortion is a highly uncomfortable topic. For on the one hand, the fact is "women's anger," which, after several publicized cases of deaths in gynecological and obstetric wards that occurred due to delayed terminations of pregnancy, is still being felt, and it seems that all it takes is a spark to ignite. On the other - there are the "defenders of life" who go so far as to make absurd claims that "it wasn't why Christ died on the cross that Law and Justice won the elections for ...
Delay is subject to change
Not on September 12, but in mid-November, we will learn - probably - the results of the work of the team appointed in May by the Minister of Health to prepare rules for terminating pregnancies due to threats to a woman's health and life. The Health Minister signed an amendment to the order on the matter in recent days, although the decision can hardly be considered surprising.