The Chile abortion action table protested that day outside the Constitutional Court where they rejected the decision rejecting the regulation of good faith objections, noting that this measure is beneficial to private and clinical centers.
The movement, including some MEPs such as Maite Orsini and Camila Vallejo, noted that TC's failure restricts women's freedoms, obstructing the state's obligation to guarantee damages.
Ana Picker, director of Amnesty International and director of the Bureau of Action for Abortion in Chile, said that the figure of institutional conscience has no foundation in human rights protection systems. "Consciousness has people, not institutions," he said.
Finally, the group urged the state to abide by the law approved by democratic decisions such as the Congress, while stressing that private healthcare institutions receiving public contributions can not disagree and must respond to state guarantees.