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‘We may have lost a battle but the fight has already been won on the streets’

Amnesty International’s Coordinator of Human Rights and Youth Education, Lucila Galkin, on the abortion reform vote in the Senate and what comes next.

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Pro-abortion reform campaigners hold their green scarves aloft, after the Senate voted to reject a bill to legalise elective abortion.
Pro-abortion reform campaigners hold their green scarves aloft, after the Senate voted to reject a bill to legalise elective abortion. Foto:AFP/ EITAN ABRAMOVICH

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