Polish parliament votes to limit access to morning after pill
The country has some of Europe’s most restrictive abortion regulations.
By Wojciech Kość
May 25, 2017
WARSAW — Poland’s ruling Law and Justice (PiS) party pushed a controversial bill through the lower house of parliament, or Sejm, late Thursday that includes a provision to limit access to emergency contraception, such as the EllaOne pill.
The measure has been met with outrage from women’s rights organizations and the opposition.
The bill will now move on to the upper house, the Senate, after which PiS-friendly President Andrzej Duda is expected to give it a final sign-off. The procedural calendar suggests the draft law would take effect in August.
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