Ezekiel Zik Kuni
The United States President Joe Biden has been asked to enact a federal law that guarantees the right to abortion after the Supreme Court overturned the decision about 50 years ago that abortion was a constitutional right.
Statement that came on the 24th of last month said, That the U.S. Federal Supreme Court overturned the constitutional decision that abortion is a constitutionally recognized woman’s right over abortion, which has been the case for nearly half a century, and whether to regulate abortion. The authority is effectively in the government of each state.
The organizations that support abortion said, abortion has already been banned in nine states in principle and some states are expected to be strictly regulated in the future.
President Biden criticized it at a press conference in Spain on the 30th that “the decision of the Federal Supreme Court is ridiculous” and argued that federal law should be enacted to guarantee the right to abortion.
In the United States, the ruling party and the Democratic Party take the position of acceptance over abortion, while the opposition party and the Republican Party oppose it.
So far, the Democratic Party has submitted a bill that guarantees the right to abortion, but while the ruling and opposition parties are fighting against each other in the Senate, it failed to get three-fifths of votes to prevent filibuster and passed. I haven’t been able to get it, He said.
President Biden said, “If filibuster is confronted, a special case should be taken,” and he said that he would call for measures to prevent filibuster from the bill that guarantees the right to abortion.