For a while, abortion activists hoped the government of Malta would finally tear down the ban on terminating pregnancies. However, they seem to be disappointed by the government.
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If it comes to gender affirmation, it seems that European countries are in the same process. Most governments have introduced self-determination laws or considering doing that.
A Maltese man will face the court on Friday for his alleged promotion of conversion therapy. This case may become normative, as several European countries have or are about to ban conversion therapy.
Pro-life organisations in Malta are disappointed in the Public Broadcaster Services (PBS). In a radio broadcast of the President’s speech, a critical remark about abortion was omitted.
In a second reading, the Maltese parliament has approved an amendment decriminalising abortion if the mother’s life is at stake. The controversial amendment will now be debated in a third and final reading.
The population of Malta went to the streets en masse to protest the possible liberation of the total abortion ban currently in force.
The Maltese government is considering a possible liberation of the abortion law. A group of experts now resists.
Malta will liberalise its legislation on terminating a pregnancy a little. Until now, Malta is the only EU country that used to have a total abortion ban.
Malta might soon liberalise its total ban on abortions. Prime Minister Robert Abela hinted at that during an interview with local media.
An American tourist who stayed in Malta had to be airlifted by an ambulance helicopter to undergo an abortion in Spain. Her pregnancy threatened her health, but Malta's strict abortion laws did not allow her to terminate her pregnancy.