I will not allow abortion in PH! - Duterte

I will not allow abortion in PH! - Duterte

No to abortion!

During his speech in the 31st anniversary of the Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Program in Quezon City, President Rodrigo Roa Duterte he said that the family planning should be plugged in again in the scheme of things of the government.

"Ibalik ninyo ‘yung family planning," Duterte said.

President Rodrigo Roa Duterte
(photo credit to owner)

Duterte emphasized that there will be no legalization of abortion under his watch in the country.

"Of course, abortion is out of the question. I will not allow it. Just like itong Iceland, who initiated that signature campaign to condemn us sa extrajudicial killing," he said.

President Duterte went on to cite Iceland as an example because it allows abortion of the fetus from the maternal womb up until the 6 month.

"Iceland allows the slaughter of the fetus inside the womb of the mother up to six months. P******a nila. They worry more of the drug lords at itong mga who are pushing drugs, killing our citizens, and creating a social dysfunction, in almost all, tinamaan," Duterte said.

Iceland abortion laws, however allows the termination of pregnancy only until the 22nd week of pregnancy, or at about 5 months, regardless of the underlying cause.

Earlier, it may be recalled that it was Iceland who initiated and endorsed a resolution  seeking a comprehensive report on the human rights situation in the Philippines, has been on Duterte's nerves ever since the resolution was approved by the United Nations human rights body.

"Hindi lang naintindihan, ‘yung mga g***** ‘yan. Itong mga Iceland, palibhasa ice ang kain, wala namang tubig ‘yan eh. Bobo ang mga p***** i** niya," he said.
He added: "Just imagine. Six months. You allow an innocent human being already thriving and living inside the mother’s body and… Sa Bisaya pa, ilarot mo ‘yung --- just pull it."

Including the Philippines, there are only 20 countries worldwide where abortion is illegal, except on very special circumstances.

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