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Individuals who perform illegal abortions would also be punished by up to five years in jail, instead of the current maximum of two years.Feminist groups estimate that between 100,000 and 150,000 women either undergo illegal abortions in Poland or turn to clinics abroad.
The president told Deutschlandfunk radio in Germany: “What is happening in Poland has the character of a coup d’etat and is dramatic.I assume that this week or in January at the latest, we will have to discuss this extensively in the European Parliament.” “This type of comment – and this is not the first time that president Schulz uses such a tone – concerning Poland and Polish affairs, are unacceptable to me,” said Mrs Szydlo.“I am expecting Mr Martin Schulz to not only stop making such comments but also apologise to Poland.” Witold Waszczykowski, the Polish foreign minister, also attacked Mr Schulz calling his comments “unfounded, unjustified and scandalous”.But on Tuesday, Mr Schulz rebuffed demands for an apology, saying he had no need to say sorry.
While the pro-life proposal is in line with the party's values, local media have speculated that Kaczynski could be loathe to tackle the hot button issue that divides Poles, especially since he is already embroiled in disputes over controversial reforms to the constitutional court.
An opinion poll published last week by the centrist daily Dziennik Gazeta Prawna found that 51 percent of Poles want the existing abortion law to be liberalised.