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The death of an Indian woman who was allegedly refused an abortion even though her life appeared to her and her husband to be in danger has prompted Irish abortion rights activists to protest in several cities around the predominantly Catholic country. The public announcement on Nov. 14 of the womans death, which occurred last month in a hospital in the city of Galway, coincides with the release of a report commissioned by the Irish government into whether Irelands strict abortion laws should be liberalized.
Will the Protest change their Laws ?

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Asked by truth exposed, 16 Nov '12 03:47 pm
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They have sensible people there unlike our politicians
if one death can change a law the country is really great
In India so many deaths occur and we still have archiac laws
Answered by ajit kulkarni, 16 Nov '12 04:21 pm

 
  
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In India millions die. No one cares. Aish karo Hindustani
Answered by Maha Rani, 16 Nov '12 03:49 pm

 
  
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No they will not change their laws the catholics did not change their laws even to help the king of englad for a divorces hundreds of year back and they will not do it now also. catholics are as strict with their laws as followers of Islam are
Answered by iqbal seth, 16 Nov '12 05:36 pm

 
  
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