Pro-choice or anti-choice? Anti-abortion law regulations across EU

Pro-choice or anti-choice? Anti-abortion law regulations across EU

In most European countries, a woman can terminate a pregnancy up to 12th week. The exceptions are the Vatican, San Marino and Malta – abortion is illegal there, and Poland, Monaco, Andorra and Liechtenstein, are countries where the possibility of terminating pregnancy is very limited. Poland is the last large country in Europe with such a strict access to abortion writes Gazeta Wyborcza in a large report about anti-abortion laws in EU.