While treatment of this controversial law will begin in March, the committee meets today to hear the Criminal Law Human Rights Watch (HRW), an NGO filed a scathing report on reproductive health in Argentina. However, the treatment of the law will start in March.

There is a debate over who starts in the House. Is that for the first time at a meeting of the Committee on Criminal Law, deputies began to be discussed at the sitting on abortion in Argentina.

The head of the commission, Juan Carlos Vega (Civic Coalition), explained that the intent is to "bring to light an issue that was under the carpet. Abortion is too important to be left on coffee tables. " Discussions begin today with an exhibition of Marianne Mollmann, HRW, and will continue in February, after the legislative recess.

"In our country the leading cause of maternal mortality is abortion. But this is also a social justice issue, because the middle and upper classes also interrupted their pregnancies, but having sufficient financial means to do it in a safe place, no regrets deaths, "said Rep. Juliana di Tullio, the Front for Victory, in conversation with Radio 10.

The conference has secured the debate. Never before in Congress had sought the abortion issue in open court, although there are about fifteen different projects ranging from decriminalization to legalization for specific cases such as rape.

In case, the Representative Cynthia Hotton, Securities for my country, driving the negative. "I know most of the legislators in the House of Representatives do not support the project which seeks to legalize abortion, we know that most of us defending the right to be born," he said in a statement.
In addition, this afternoon presented the document "abortion is not only a problem for women, is the whole society", in which a group of men (Federico Andahazi, Ernesto Tenenbaum, Osvaldo Bayer, Víctor Hugo Morales, Juan Palomino Juan Pablo Varsky and Alan Pauls, among others) expressed their support for legalization of abortion.