Belfast will by next week see its first abortion clinic despite heavy pressure from local politicians and anti-abortion campaigners to refuse the grant over the operating license of such clinics in Ireland.
Above confirmations have come from a British nonprofit organization, which said in its statement of Thursday that it will open the abortion clinic by next week in Belfast.
The founder of the anti-abortion group Precious Life, Mr. Bernadette Smyth, said in a statement: "I am absolutely outraged. An organization which is making profits from the death of unborn children is not welcome in Northern Ireland. There will be an outcry from the people, from government and from the churches".
Though non-profit organization named Marie Stopes International, which is behind the proposed clinic, has already started advising women from Ireland and Northern Ireland to feel free to use its services, it seems that it will not be easy for such services to make their place in the region.
In this context, the Marie Stopes' website has stated that abortion is restricted in Ireland thus a woman with the need has to travel to the U. K. and pay for the service. Since, Belfast is more accessible and also, it would prove comparatively cheaper (as far as travelling expenses to UK are concerned), the organization chose Belfast as the location for the clinic.
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