Op-ed: Can Ireland reconcile conflicting views in the constitutional debate on abortion?

By David McConnell, 8 February
Abortion raises the most difficult moral and ethical dilemmas. Some argue that life begins at conception, that abortion is equivalent to murder, that it is never permissible, that it should be illegal, and that those involved should be punished. At the other extreme, it is argued that abortion is always permissible and the decision should be a matter for the mother alone. This view is based on [...] Read more here: Irish Times

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