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They risk losing their health insurance and right to practice if they do not comply. Their rights are threatened.
Dissent has been silenced – even though abortion is linked to higher mental ill-health and breast cancer risks.
The section of the law is reproduced below:
8: Obligations of registered health practitioner who has conscientious objection
(1) If a woman requests a registered health practitioner to advise on a proposed abortion, or to perform, direct, authorise or supervise an abortion for that woman, and the practitioner has a conscientious objection to abortion, the practitioner must—
(a) inform the woman that the practitioner has a conscientious objection to abortion; and
(b) refer the woman to another registered health practitioner in the same regulated health profession who the practitioner knows does not have a conscientious objection to abortion.
Please urge your Victorian MP to repeal Section 8 of the law.