Katarzyna Kotula promoted abortion? The Confederation notified the prosecutor's office

Katarzyna Kotula promoted abortion?  The Confederation notified the prosecutor's office

During the parliamentary debate on abortion, Minister Katarzna Kotula provided online information on how to perform it. Confederation politicians saw this as a crime and notified the prosecutor's office.

The Minister for Equality, Katarzyna Kotula, got into big trouble. All because of one entry she published on X on Thursday, April 11.

Minister Kotula and abortion instructions

Katarzyna Kotula provided detailed instructions on how to perform a medical abortion, including a link to an online store with the necessary pills. She assured that this was a safe method and provided a four-point procedure.

  1. You swallow the mifepristone tablet with some water.

  2. You wait 24 hours.

  3. After 24 hours, you take 4 misoprostol tablets. You apply misoprostol between the cheek and the gum (two tablets on each side).

  4. You keep the misoprostol in your cheek cavity for 30 minutes, then swallow what's left of it.

“If you need support, call #aborcjabezgranic 222 922 597, 7 days a week, 8 a.m. – 8 p.m.,” added a minister in Donald Tusk's government. She attached a photo of herself with several pills in her hand.

The Confederation notifies the prosecutor's office regarding Kotula

Confederation politicians saw Kotula's behavior as a violation of Art. 152 pairs 2 of the Penal Code. It states that “Whoever assists a pregnant woman in terminating her pregnancy in violation of the provisions of the Act or encourages her to do so shall be subject to the same penalty. The offense is punishable by imprisonment for up to 3 years.

MP Przemysław Wipler announced the notification to the justice system via social media. “She provoked and provoked. Together with a group of Konfederacja MPs, we reported a crime committed by the Minister for Equality Katarzyna Kotula,” he said.

Wipler on Kotula: There will definitely be consequences

He assured that regarding the actions of Minister Kotula, on Monday, April 15, the Confederation would also report to the Chief Pharmaceutical Inspector in a matter related to illegal advertising of pharmaceuticals.

“You can try to relativize issues related to the protection of life, but in bureaucratic Poland, issues of illegal advertising of medical products are practically zero. It won't spread to your bones. It may take some time, but there will definitely be consequences,” he assured Internet users.

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