Que Sea Ley: Argentina’s Historic Vote to Legalize Abortion
In this episode of the Latin American Program’s “Two the Point,” host Benjamin Gedan is joined by Daniel Politi, a contributor to The New York Times based in Buenos Aires, to discuss Argentina’s historic vote in December legalizing abortion, how pro-choice campaigners pulled it off just two years after lawmakers rejected similar legislation and whether activists can replicate their success elsewhere in the region.
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