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Hundreds of pro-abortion protests in the United States, thousands of participants | Abroad

Earlier this week, several progressive organizations called on people to take to the streets on Saturday to protest the right to abortion. These protests are directed against the US Supreme Court for threatening abortion rights.

Last week, Politico released a draft opinion seeking to overturn the 1973 “Row versus Wade” ruling that constitutionally guarantees the right to abortion. Chief Justice John Roberts acknowledged the authenticity of the document, but said it was not a firm position.

In the capital Washington Several thousand people attended the protest on Saturday. In New York About 3,000 people took to the streets Houston 5,000 and more Los Angeles Many thousands.

Abortion has been legal in the United States since 1973. The Supreme Court then ruled in the famous case of ‘Row versus Wade’ that the right to live without unwanted government intervention also applies to unwanted pregnancies.

Earlier this week, political news website Politico released a draft opinion that the US Supreme Court wanted to overturn the historic ruling. Chief Justice John Roberts acknowledged the authenticity of the document, but said it was not a firm position.

Across the United States, mostly women have taken to the streets to protest – but some – to the Supreme Court’s plans.

Pro-abortion protests have been taking place in Europe in recent days, including in Germany and Croatia:

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