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As US Undoes Abortion Rights, Chile Works To Enshrine Them
As the United States loses a five-decade-old right to abortion, Chile -- long one of Latin America's most conservative countries -- is gearing up to enshrine the same right in its constitution. It is a guarantee hard fought for by supporters of abortion rights, but a final hurdle remains: Chile's first post-dictatorship constitution will be put to a referendum on September 4.
As US undoes abortion rights, Chile works to enshrine them | News24
As the United States loses a five-decade-old right to abortion, Chile - long one of Latin America's most conservative countries - is gearing up to enshrine the same right in its constitution.
Chile could enshrine the right to abortion in its Constitution
Considered only a few decades ago as one of the most conservative Latin American countries, Chile could soon see the right to abortion enshrined in its Constitution, placing it at the forefront of the world in this area.