The protest responds to the annulment of a precedent in the Roeov-Wade case, which aborted abortions across the United States and voted for by US Supreme Court judges for the arrest this week.

In the event that the United States delves into the situation before 1973, individual states will decide on their abortion legislation. According to the NYT, it is estimated that more than half of abortions are allowed, but the abortions, especially in the south and the middle, are either prohibited or the availability of abortions.

Amnesty International therefore called a protest in front of the US Embassy in the center of Prague on Saturday afternoon. There was a call on their Facebook profile to save the first reproductions in the USA and around the world!

We wanted to express our disagreement with the fact that women in America should lose their access to abortions, but it should also be an event for encouragement. This week we will find out how the people from the Movement for Life and the Alliance for the Family have sat in various ministries, said Irena Hlov from Amnesty International. The participants of the event could take part in a joint reinforcement of protest and feminist songs.

We made it to the meeting and we didn’t have to deal with problems. There were about a dozen people in the town, said regional police officer Jan Dank.

The last time representatives in Prague first demonstrated an abortion last weekend. They gathered at the town of Jan Palach to even disagree with the National March for Life. About 200 of them arrived at that time.