Lula supports abortion as a ‘public health issue’ and is accused of defending death

MADRID (EUROPA PRESS) – Former Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva has defended the right to abortion – banned in the country – as a “public health problem” and those close to the President, Jair Bolsonaro, have not quick to accuse him of excuses the “culture of death”.

Lula expressed during a debate held in Sao Paulo that the current “idea of ​​family” defended by some Brazilian institutions is far behind the feeling of society, since it continues to be based on “the authorization of a man”, which is not the most appropriate “morally” to make a decision of this type.

“Here in Brazil it’s forbidden when in reality it should be a matter of public health and everyone should have the right and not be ashamed. I don’t want to have children, I’ll try to not have one and I will talk about it with my partner. What cannot be is that the law obliges him to have it, “defended Lula.


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