The following example essay on “Emergence Of Nation States” explains that abortion is legal in the vast majority of countries, but the conditions under which it is allowed vary. How is abortion in Ecuador?
Abortion refers to the termination of pregnancy by natural or deliberate causes. This termination of pregnancy constitutes an important choice to a woman that has been raped and is pregnant: it does not only look after her life but also guarantees a healthy recovery. For instance, the United Kingdom maintains it’s laws of a legal abortion until the 24 weeks of pregnancy as long two registered and official doctors agree based on the terms of the British 1967 Abortion Act.
Following that example of that first-world country, a woman must have the right to practice abortion when the continuance of the pregnancy would involve risk to the life of the pregnant woman, or of injury to the physical or mental health of the pregnant woman or any existing children of her family, greater than if the pregnancy were terminated.
Said this in other terms, women must have the right to make abortions when raped.
The first reason for this is that most laws or opinions against legalizing abortion in Ecuador literally kills women. No matter how many laws might be passed against abortion, they will not stop raped women from making them in secret, without medical care and in truly dangerous circumstances. According to statistics, of the 46 million abortions occurring worldwide each year, 26 million take place in countries where abortion is prohibited by law (Rosenbaum, 2012).