The Prime Minister sees no need for nuances in the abortion debate

The Prime Minister sees no need for nuances in the abortion debate

In the wake of Jens Rohde’s entrance into the Christian Democrats, a debate arose about the conditions for free abortion in Denmark. On Sunday, that debate was attended by Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen (S), who does not believe that the debate lacks nuances.

– Some say that there is a need for nuances in the question of abortion. I do not agree, the Prime Minister writes on Facebook.

– Whether it is called abortion or free abortion makes no difference in my world. It gives women the unrestricted right to decide over their own body and future instead. Let & # 39; t let & # 778; pa & # 778; compromise.

The Prime Minister does not address who wants to nuance the debate on abortion.

The debate flared up when Jens Rohde joined the Christian Democrats. Among other things, the party was founded as a protest party against free abortion.

But Jens Rohde has in connection with his entry into the party refused to be against free abortion for women. Instead, the party is fighting to reduce the number of abortions.

This should be done through counseling of women considering an abortion as well as conversations with a psychologist.

Subsequently, the former Liberal Minister Søren Pind also invited with a post on Twitter, where he wrote:

– How was it now that Clinton said: None of us are for abortion. But some of us are for the woman’s right to decide for herself. It is absolutely fine that Jens Rohde brings the Danish abortion debate to life without wanting to return to knitting needles and backyards.

– We get rid of it too easily in Denmark.

After a series of exchanges of views on the post, Søren Pind wrote that Jens Rohde was “illustrated that the abortion issue suffers from a deep repression”, and that “all nuances of the issue obviously make one a knitting needle supporter and male chauvinist.”

The Prime Minister does not believe that there is a need for the same need for nuances.

– Some say that there is a need for nuances in the question of abortion. I do not agree, the Prime Minister writes on Facebook.

– Either we are for. Or also & # 778; are we against. There is no middle ground. Either a girl or a woman is involuntarily pregnant. Or also & # 778; is she not.

Source: The Nordic Page

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