A large demonstration against abortion takes place in the city of Dublin

A sizable crowd gathered in Dublin city for an anti-abortion protest, which organisers claimed was to demand that options to abortion be considered as part of an ongoing review of Ireland’s new laws.

Three years after the harsh abortion regulations were loosened, an impartial evaluation of abortion services is currently being conducted in Ireland.

This offered women the option to legally get an abortion for the first 12 weeks of their pregnancy as well as later on if their lives or the lives of the unborn child was in danger.

A review of termination of pregnancy services was mandated by the new laws and was due three years after their enactment.

Dr. Catherine Conlon, an impartial chairwoman, is in charge of the review.

The March for Life rally, according to its organisers, was intended to strengthen support for women who become pregnant unexpectedly and to demand that “all perspectives” be considered in the review.

People were holding signs with the words “abortion betrays women,” “abortion is murder,” and “support mothers and babies,” as well as blue, pink, green, and white balloons.

A few of the placards made reference to the US Supreme Court’s earlier this year decision to reverse the famous Roe v. Wade decision, which eliminated the US Constitutional right to abortion.

Anti-abortion organisations applauded this, and Irish pro-choice advocates held protests in front of the US embassy in Dublin as a result.

Pro Life Campaign organised the demonstration on Molesworth Street on Saturday.

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