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The lives of thousands of girls in Argentina are being put at risk as legal abortions are delayed and obstructed by doctors trying to force pregnancies to full term. A practitioner who assisted in the procedure told the Guardian there were thousands of such cases in Argentina. Instead she had to undergo what is called a hysterotomy abortion, in which the foetus is removed via a small incision in the abdomen, similar to a caesarean section. Rescued by hospital staff, the foetus survived the procedure but is not expected to live.
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In this blog, UN News has invited Roberto Valent , the UN Resident Coordinator in Argentina to highlight what efforts are being taken in the South American country to reduce the rate of femicide or the murder of women. Natalia Bandiera was 42 years old and lived in the city of Necochea, in Buenos Aires province, on the Atlantic coast of the South American country. She was recently killed by her partner, who shot her four times at close range and then barricaded himself in their house. A week earlier Natalia had reported that she was a victim of gender violence and had asked for help. Reporting violence and abuse is key in order to ensure a timely and effective response. Thousands of women in Argentina suffer from the daily torments of violence, before being murdered.
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Argentina faces long-standing human rights problems that include police abuse, poor prison conditions, endemic violence against women, difficulty accessing reproductive services, and obstacles that keep indigenous people from enjoying rights afforded to them by Argentine and international law. No one has been held accountable for the AMIA bombing. Lack of Accountability for Reproductive Rights in Argentina.
Amnesty International welcomes the historic passage of the law enabling the legal termination of pregnancy up to the 14 th week of gestation in Argentina, an achievement that serves as an inspiration to other countries in the region and around the world to move towards recognizing access to safe, legal abortion and thus realize the human rights of women, girls and people with reproductive capacity. Now, people who decide to terminate their pregnancy will have a safe, high-quality service. Today we have grown as a society. The bill was passed with 38 votes in favour, 29 against and 1 abstentions in the Senate, with support from multiple parties across the political spectrum. The law recognizes the right of women and people with reproductive capacity to take free and informed decisions about their bodies and enables the Argentine state to move towards meeting its commitments in the areas of public health and human rights.