In Poland, it was proposed to create “crying rooms” for pregnant women. It is reported by the Notes from Poland portal.
The idea was presented to the country's Ministry of Justice after the entry into force of the decision of the Constitutional Court to ban abortion. According to the initiators of the bill, pregnant women could visit such rooms to cry. In addition, such institutions will provide psychological and social support.
Poland's abortion law is one of the toughest in Europe, but at the end of October 2020, the country's Constitutional Court ruled that it could be toughened up. The court's decision stated that a woman could not have an abortion, provided that the fetus had incurable pathologies. Abortion is permitted only in cases where the woman has been raped, incest has occurred, or when life and health are threatened.
The abortion decree provoked massive protests, and services were disrupted in some churches.