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Anti-abort action held before Georgian parliament2011-04-01 13:21
An action is held in front of Tbilisi parliament, which participants express their protest against the growing number of aborts in the country.gt-en-newsitem-inside
As reported by Blagovest-Info, the action was organized by For Life public organization. One of its leaders Kakhaber Chkheidze told that the action started on March 9 and would last for 40 days "so long as this is a Biblical number".
As was underlined by Chkheidze, Georgia is facing a catastrophic situation with aborts: according to official data, there are several thousand aborts each year. Non-official statistics reveals the five-time excess of the figure.
"Of course, we do not expect any radical changes on the matter but we hope to make a small contribution to the reduction of the number of aborts", - he added.
Let us remind you that recently, law-enforcement authorities of the Georgian capital arrested gynecologist Nadezhda Gabrichidze on a charge of making illegal aborts.
The accused was detained when aborting the 29-year-old Nana Sulukia who ultimately gave birth to a dead child in Gudushauri clinic. The baby missed limbs and had wounds on his body.
The investigation possesses a number of materials proving that within several years, Nadezhda Gabrichidze performed illegal aborts at her home, the journalists affirm.