The issue aver whether or not it is either moral or ethical for a woman to terminate her pregnancy because her fetus has Down’s Syndrome may soon be heard by the International Criminal Court.
A New Zealand pro-life group has resorted to the International Criminal Court (ICC) to get justice for Down Syndrome children. And, improbable as it seems, it is having some success. The Prosecutor of the ICC has announced that he will initiate a formal preliminary examination into a complaint against the New Zealand government’s prenatal screening programme for genetic defects.
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