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Komi authorities have banned “inducing” women to have abortions and introduced fines for this

The State Council of the Komi Republic adopted two bills banning “inducement” to abortions and introducing fines for this, reports the publication “7×7”

The governor submitted a document banning “inducement” to abortions to the council for consideration Komi Vladimir Uiba. His bill states that the region “prevents the implantation of a system of ideas and values ​​that is alien to the Russian people and destructive to Russian society, including the cultivation of selfishness, permissiveness, immorality, denial of the natural continuation of life, and the value of having many children.”

The Komi authorities call “inducement” the persuasion, proposals, bribery and deception of a woman “for the purpose of forcing an artificial termination of pregnancy.”

Individuals for violating the ban will be fined three to five thousand rubles, officials – 25-50 thousand, legal entities – 100-200 thousand. Punishment is also provided for if a woman does not have an abortion after being “incited” to do so.

Fines for “inducing” abortion have already been introduced in Mordovia, Tver, Pskov, Kaliningrad, Kursk, Vologda and Novgorod regions, as well as in Transbaikalia.

1ArticleInterruption of the right to the body. The authorities in Russia are consistently making access to abortion more difficult, but for now they are trying to do without an outright ban.

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