“Poland already has one of the strictest laws on access to abortion, which allows women to terminate pregnancy only in three extreme cases: when her life and/or health is threatened, when the pregnancy is the result of a criminal act or when the foetus is severely damaged. This seriously affects many women and families on a daily basis, particularly those poor and uneducated ones and pushes them to use back-street abortions or to travel abroad,” reads the letter signed by members of Lithuania’s ruling Social Democrats and opposition Liberals and conservatives.
The deadline established two years ago for EU Member States to take in a fixed number of refugees has expired. Further ways of tackling the problem are currently under debate. In order to shape the […]
The European Union must finally decide how to treat Islamic Hezbollah. And stop pretending that the “Party of God” is divided into “politicians” and “soldiers”. The former can act legally, the latter cannot – because […]