Ruling on Abortion

Mexican pro-life lawyers are claiming at least partial victory in a final decision just handed down by the Mexican Supreme Court. In a convoluted document of more than 1,000 pages, the Supreme Court provided the legal reasoning behind its August 2008 initial decision upholding the legislative act of Mexico City that allowed for abortion up to the 12th week of gestation. What the Supreme Court did not do was establish abortion as a constitutional right that would affect all states and jurisdictions in Mexico.
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