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Biden's oath to protect the right to abortion after the Roe v. Wade incident

US President Joe Biden has the right to access abortion by American women following the Supreme Court's "tragic" and "extreme" ruling to overturn the Roe v. Wade case. I vowed to protect. The 1973 ruling guaranteed a constitutional right to end a woman's pregnancy.

"I share the public's anger at this radical court, which promises to retreat America with less rights, less autonomy, and politicians invading the most personal decisions. "I will," Biden said on Friday at a virtual meeting with the Governor of the Democratic Party to discuss the protection of abortion.

Biden reiterated his support for ending the Senate's filibuster rules to ensure broader constitutional rights to privacy, including abortion.

According to the latest Pew Research survey, 61% of adults in the United States say that abortion is legal in all or most of the time.

The president warned that state officials outlawing abortion could arrest women for crossing state boundaries to obtain procedures elsewhere.

"People don't think it will happen, but it will," he said, calling the issue a "huge deal" that affects all the basic rights of Americans. called.

Last week, the government said it would protect women's access to medicines approved by the Food and Drug Administration, such as contraceptives and tablets to end pregnancy, such as mifepristone. Announced. He also promised to uphold the "basic rights" of women traveling across state borders to end their pregnancy.

Byden urges Americans to vote for members who support the right to abortion, requiring two more Democratic Senators to change the Senate's filibuster rules, thereby coding the right to abortion. He said the bill could be passed. The term filibuster refers to actions designed to prolong discussions to delay or prevent voting by lawmakers.

"The choice is clear," he said. "We elect either federal Senators and representatives who codify Roe, or Republicans who elect the House and Senate to ban national abortion."

Thirteen Republican-led states have banned or severely restricted proceedings under the so-called trigger law after the Senate ruled Law vs. Wade 6-3 last week.

More states outlaw or severely restrict access to procedures due to a decision that overturned Law (known as the Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Agency) Expected to travel, these states will travel to about 20 states where abortion services are likely to remain available in the near future.

"A complete turmoil awaits," warned Nancy Nosap, president and CEO of the Center for Reproductive Rights, and some states "competed to the bottom with an abortion ban, giving people more than one." Forces you to travel across state boundaries. Those who have no means of travel carry their abortion to maturity and determine their health, life and future. ”

Roe v. Wade ruled that the state cannot regulate abortion for any reason during the first trimester of pregnancy and can only regulate abortion during the second trimester to protect the health of women. did. During late pregnancy, the state may regulate or ban abortion to promote an interest in the fetus's potential life, unless abortion is required to maintain the life or health of the woman. ..

Dobbs v. Jackson was welcomed by Republicans, including Texas Senator Ted Cruz. Abortion movement.

"This ruling is beginning to disrupt the abortion business built by the exploitation of women and the killing of children," said Mary Zock, director of the Human Dignity Center for Family Investigation. Council. "The evil of abortion will continue, ending the life of a unique child, breaking the hearts of mothers and fathers, and breaking the conscience of the country," she said in her statement.

Earlier this week, Biden had a Supreme Court, now dominated by conservative judges, on the legality of same-sex marriage and legal contraception.

International outliers

The three liberal judges of the Supreme Court, who voted against the ruling, said, "Global freedom in abortion law. Liberalization "was mentioned. In their dissent, Judges Stephen Breyer, Sonia Sotomayor, and Elena Kagan said that some US states would "become international outliers" following Dobbs's ruling. I warned.

Since the 1990s, only the United States, El Salvador, Poland and Nicaragua have rolled back access to abortion, and about 60 countries have liberalized their sexual and reproductive rights.

El Salvador, Nicaragua, Honduras, Malta, Dominican Republic, Egypt, Haiti, Iraq, Madagascar, Nicaragua, Philippines, Senegal, Sulinum.

After a summit meeting with NATO leaders in Madrid on Thursday, Biden denied that the court's decision would contribute to the perception of world leaders that the United States is retreating. However, he accused the ruling of being "unstable" and "outrageous."

"They don't think so. You haven't found one. There is one world leader who says America is retreating. America is in a position to lead the world more than ever. "He said.

"It's not just the Roe v. Wade case that's destabilizing, but the exorbitant behavior of the US Supreme Court against essentially challenging the right to privacy," he adds. I did. "We are world leaders in terms of personal and privacy rights, and I believe it is a mistake for the Supreme Court to do that."

International Human Rights Group Warns that the reversal of the Law vs. Wade case will weaken the right to abortion around the world. UNFPA, a UN agency that supports sexual and reproductive health care, said the decision "has a broad impact on the rights and choices of women and adolescents everywhere, including developing countries where the most illegal and unsafe abortions are currently occurring. Give. "

"We hope that this decision will encourage those who are trying to undermine the sexual and reproductive health and rights of women and girls," said Senior Communication and Marketing at the Center for Reproductive Rights. Director Sandy Keenan told VOA. The group called on governments around the world to condemn the US's "regression of abortion rights."

There are at least two world leaders. Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau called the overthrow of Law "terrifying," and Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson said it was a "major retreat."