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RevistaGinecologia9(34)76-78(2021)
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Legality of abortion procedure in Romania

A. Truichici, L. Neagu, I. Marian-Christian, R.E. Bohîlțea, C.M. Gheorghe, M. Mitran, B.M. Mihai, R. Vlădăreanu


Rezumat: The legality of the abortion procedure has been a controversial issue over time in all states of the world. These specific controversies have existed, exist and will continue to exist because we do not have a solution that is unanimously accepted by the international community that is generally valid. The abortion procedure involves aspects of legal, medical, religious, moral, democratic and criminal law specific to each regime, some countries not incriminating the acts by which abortion is performed, while others incriminate the same acts, performed in different forms. In our legislation, abortion has been incriminated since the appearance of the Penal Code of Romania, in 1864, continued in the Penal Code in 1936, followed by that of 1969, starting, for a period (from December 1989 to 1996), to no longer be incriminated under any circumstances. In this paper, the focus is on the most relevant modalities of regulation for this procedure, namely the criminal law rules into force in the second half of the communist regime and those currently into force, highlighting the positive aspects brought by the new Penal Code.
Cuvinte cheie: abortion, termination of pregnancy, legal regulation, criminal liability.

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