Pro-life activists in Poland want to tighten an abortion law that is already one of the most restrictive in Europe, but the move risks a backlash against the new right-wing government. The anti-abortion movement in the devout EU country, where 90 percent of residents identify themselves as Roman Catholic, has also set its sights on the morning after pill and test-tube babies. The activists have been buoyed by the Law and Justice (PiS) party's return to power in November after eight years in opposition.
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Pro-life Poles seek to tighten restrictive abortion law