Young Left doubles the limit for self-mortality for 24 weeks. "It is frightening and devoid of ethical reflections," says Kjell Ingolf Ropstad (KrF).
He indicates that children can survive up to 21 weeks and believes that the Young Left proposal makes it possible to abort children that can be saved and today they try to save if they are born prematurely.
"This is about the fact that the child enjoys legal protection", says Ropstad against NRK.
The young leftist leader Sondre Hansmark justified the proposal that the least fetuses should be viable before week 24.
"There is therefore no danger that you will largely break off life-giving fetuses," he said to our country, which it called for the first time.
Hansmark believes that someone should be able to allow abortion until the fetus can feel.
"We would like to get something of a moral value if you can feel it for a fetus when it develops a central nervous system and begins to feel pain, discomfort and greed, so it is rational to set the limit in week 24.
It believes that Ropstad is scary.
"After discussing abortion, it was usually characterized by ethical reflections and people see that there are dilemmas." In Young Left's work, I think you've forgotten all the ethical reflections and set a mechanical limit. scared me, he is expanding to NRK.
Stortingsrepresentant and Venstres health police college Carl-Erik Grimstad believe that the proposal is problematic and says NRK that he will not support it.
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The AUF is also opening up the border and will most likely take 18 weeks to attend its meeting in October.
After it became known, lawyer Torbjørn Moe Eggebø went to the St. Olavs hospital and said that no extension was necessary.
He points out that an abortion will be more stressful for a woman who becomes pregnant. At the same time, he is afraid that more people will break off if they expand the border.
– From week 15 it is possible to see the gender of the fetus. We will avoid the possibility of interrupting a pregnancy because of gender, "he told our country.
The number of abortions in Norway was 12,733 in 2017, a decrease of 3 percent compared to the previous year.
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