MOSCOW, February 7 – RIA Novosti. The Polish Ministry of Justice has proposed creating “crying rooms” for pregnant women, Notes from Poland reported.
Thus, the department decided to support women in labor after the entry into force of the decision of the Constitutional Court to ban abortion.
According to the authors of the initiative, pregnant women could visit such rooms to cry. In addition, they plan to provide psychological and social support.
Abortion has been banned in Poland since 1933. The only exceptions were cases when pregnancy poses a threat to the life or health of a woman, when there is a risk of severe and irreversible fetal development disorders or an incurable disease that threatens his life, or when the pregnancy resulted from rape.
The Polish Constitutional Court recently published its decision, which reduced the number of reasons for termination of pregnancy, excluding from them serious disorders in the development of the unborn child. After that, large-scale protests began in Warsaw and other regions of the country, which do not stop until now, despite the coronavirus pandemic and the ban on mass events.