Abortion in Ireland: Committee calls for procedure to be 'allowed without restriction'
23 April 2017
A special committee set up to deliberate on Ireland's abortion regime has called for the procedure to be allowed without restriction.
The Citizens' Assembly, a randomly selected group of 99 members of the public and chaired by Supreme Court Judge Mary Laffoy, voted in favour of terminations in cases of rape, foetal abnormalities including non-fatal conditions, a risk to the mother's health and for socio-economic reasons.
Continued at source: ITV.com: http://www.itv.com/news/2017-04-23/abortion-in-ireland-citizens-assembly-calls-for-procedure-to-be-allowed-without-restriction/