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    Russian MPs Sponsor Bill to Pay Women NOT to Have Abortions

    Last year, the majority of the Russian parliament drafted a bill to limit state insurance payments for abortion, ban private clinics from performing them, and only allow women to buy morning-after pills after they received a mandatory health check up and received a prescription from the supervising doctor.

    THE MOVEMENT to ban abortion in Russia is growing, following a group of Russian Orthodox Church activists who in 2014 gathered 100,000 signatures for a petition that would ban abortions in Russia. The 100,000 signatures were enough to propose a valid legislative initiative. A bill to ban abortion has not yet advanced to the legislative stage.

    However, last year, the majority of the Russian parliament (MPs from the United Russia party and the center-left opposition Fair Russia party) drafted a bill to limit state insurance payments for abortion, ban private clinics from performing them, and only allow women to buy morning-after pills after they received a mandatory health check up and received a prescription from the supervising doctor. The bill also required women seeking an abortion to first undergo an ultrasound scan of her womb. The sponsors point to statistics that show that “up to 80 percent of them refuse to have the abortion when they see their child on the screen.” This bill has not yet been passed by the State Duma.

    This year, MP Elena Mizulina (of the populist nationalist party LDPR) sponsored a bill to pay women roughly $3,700 to not have an abortion. A long-time advocate against the murder of babies, Mizulina has called upon the Russian community to end abortion and sustain Russia’s population.

    Mizulina’s bill would compensate women who refuse to have an abortion and give their baby to the state, with a one-time monetary payment of roughly $3,700 (roughly 250,000 rubles), accounting for inflation each year. The dual-purpose goal is to end abortion and allow the state “to boost the birth rate and give those children who were doomed to die before being born, a chance to live.”
    http://nationalvanguard.org/2016/06/...ave-abortions/

    Is this maybe something to consider for boosting birth rates?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Out of Germania View Post
    http://nationalvanguard.org/2016/06/...ave-abortions/

    Is this maybe something to consider for boosting birth rates?
    Certainly yes till its abolished altogether.

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