In a historic move, France is taking a significant step toward enshrining abortion rights in its constitution. The French National Assembly has successfully passed a bill that marks a crucial milestone in the nation's commitment to safeguarding reproductive rights. The initiative gained prominence following the U.S. Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade in 2022, sparking a renewed focus on securing and codifying abortion rights globally.
The legislation, if enacted into law, would position France as the first country worldwide to have abortion rights explicitly stated in its constitution. This groundbreaking development underscores the nation's. . .