Protesters paid tribute to a woman they believe is the first victim of Poland”s near-total abortion ban.
They placed candles in front of the Constitutional Tribunal in Warsaw, which issued a ruling last year that led to the tightening of what was already one of Europe’s most restrictive abortion laws.
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Some of the protesters on Monday were seen wearing red garbs reminiscent of those worn by characters in “The Handmaid’s Tale”, a book-turned TV show about a repressive regime that uses women solely for the purpose of reproductionIndoor recreation and entertainment spaces.