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US Chief Justice: 'Leaked document on abortion abolition is true, but no verdict yet' |  Abroad

US Chief Justice: ‘Leaked document on abortion abolition is true, but no verdict yet’ | Abroad

Update | With videoThe U.S. Supreme Court confirms that the leaked draft opinion showing that the agency plans to overturn two court rulings guaranteeing the federal right to abortion in the United States. Chief Justice John Roberts insists this is not a firm position.

Previously reported Political news website Politico The Supreme Court plans to quash the controversial judgments based on the leaked documents. Roberts now felt the need to sharpen the message. U.S. media have reported that Roberts has ordered an investigation into the leak.

Rowe and Casey

In the first draft of the upcoming court ruling, Politico can be seen And the person who publishes it onlineConservative Chief Justice Samuel Alito writes that ‘Rowe and Casey should be rejected’. Row vs. Wade 1973 case granting Americans the right to abortion. Judgment was upheld in the case of Casey against the 1992 planned parenthood.

“Row made a mistake from the beginning. It is time to listen to the constitution and return the issue of abortion to the people’s representatives, “Alito wrote in the yet-to-be-concluded verdict.

As soon as the news broke, anti-abortion activists and lawyers alike took to the streets to protest. They gathered in front of the Supreme Court building in Washington. Protesters sang ‘Hey, hey, ho, ho, go ro w versus wade’, while supporters shouted that abortion is a part of health.

Design results

The Politico document was able to get his hands on it in early February. The news site says that the public release of a draft judgment while a case is pending has never happened in the modern history of the Supreme Court.

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Chief Justice John Roberts. © EPA

If the court rescinds the federal right to abortion, individual states can decide whether to allow abortion. Many states, including the most populous state of California, have already enacted laws protecting the right to abortion. Democrats are currently trying to incorporate the right to abortion into the state constitution. “We can not trust the Supreme Court to protect the right to abortion, so we do it ourselves,” Democratic Governor Gavin Newsom said on Twitter. A report by Newsom and two senior party members said women in California would “fight” to “stay safe”.

Strict measures in conservative states

In fact, drastic measures have recently been introduced in about thirteen conservative American states. If Row vs. Wade is wiped off the table, and then the abortion is expected to be banned there.

Abortion supporters and protesters immediately took to the streets to protest in the Supreme Court in Washington.

Abortion supporters and protesters immediately took to the streets to protest in the Supreme Court in Washington. © Getty Images

According to Politico, the other four chief justices, Clarence Thomas, Neil Korsch, Brett Kavanagh and Amy Connie Barrett, agree with Alito. Three progressive chief justices, Stephen Fryer, Sonia Sotomayor and Elena Kagan, write the so-called disagreement. It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post. The final version of the verdict was not expected for about two months, and Politico writes that the judges may change their minds.

Judges of the U.S. Supreme Court are appointed by the Senate after being nominated by the President. They will be appointed for life unless they resign, retire or be fired. Of the current nine judges – seven men, two women – three are George W. Bush. Nominated by Bush, three by Donald Trump, two by Barack Obama and one by Bill Clinton.

The U.S. Supreme Court last April.  Far-left Conservative Chief Justice Samuel Alito.

The U.S. Supreme Court last April. Far-left Conservative Chief Justice Samuel Alito. © AB

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