The percentage of pregnancies aborted in Greenland is about 50.45%. This is a bit shocking, considering the fact Greenland provides free contraceptives to women. However, many of them don’t use it. The consequence of this is an abnormal escalation in the abortion rates, which outnumbers the births.
From 2006 to 2013, the abortions were consistent between 800 and 900 but after the abortion rates have significantly increased.
The abortion is Czech Republic has been practiced in restricted terms for all decades. It wasn’t until 1986 that abortion was fully legalized. The abortion is allowed for up to 12 weeks of pregnancy. However, between 12 and 24 weeks of pregnancy, the abortion is allowed if there are problems to the fetus.
Many surveys and polls have already been undertaken involving the periods of 2000 to 2010. The main focus of those surveys was asking people whether women needs to have the best to determine abortion or not. In the outcomes of all these polls, the majority of people supported the fact that a woman needs to have the best to determine her very own abortion.