Worldwide, about 56 million abortions are performed each year, of which about 45% are performed dangerously.  In many places, there are various debates on the moral, ethical, and legal issues of abortion.   Six nations of the world prohibit abortion in all circumstances and impose prison sentences on any woman and person who performs an abortion to attempt or facilitate the performance of an abortion: Vatican City, El Salvador, Honduras, Malta, Nicaragua and  Also in Asia, countries such as South Korea or Thailand have joined this trend. Since January 2021, the former has legalized abortion until the 14th week of pregnancy, while the latter has done the same until the 12th week of pregnancy. According to a draft leaked earlier this week by politico, the U.S. Supreme Court could overturn its own Roe v. Wade decision. Wade of 1973, in which he legalized abortion “until the fetus is viable” in the country. Reproductive rights have recently come under heavy pressure in parts of the country, and an analysis by the Guttmacher Institute estimates that 26 of the 50 U.S. states — most of them in the west and southwest of the country — would benefit from the cancellation of Roe v.
Wade. Wade to ban abortion altogether. Under the current law, abortion is free until the 12th week of pregnancy and is subject only to “the will of the woman.” The deadline is extended to 22 weeks “in case of serious illness, widowhood, minority, loss of work or housing, lack of economic resources to support the child, rape” and half a dozen other cases. According to official statistics, Russian women undergo an average of two abortions in their lifetime, while 20% of couples are unable to have children due to miscarriages. Formally, there were religious punishments for abortions committed by women: five years for the abortion of a fetus, seven years of penance if the fetus “had characteristics” and 15 years of penance for killing a newborn. These penances included fasting, prohibition to attend certain services, and a series of daily prayers and reverences. But even the standard lists of questions asked during the confession included questions such as “How many children did you kill inside?” meaning that abortions and forced abortions were still commonplace. The country has recorded tens of millions of abortions since 1920: even more than births during half of those hundred years. Today, the situation is changing: the Russian government is thinking about the fact that there are not so many facilities that can be demolished. In the United States, the legality of abortion is subject to the decision of each state; Since the landmark decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women`s Health Organization (2022), the Court has decided not to respect the right to abortion constitutionally and to give power to each state.
 Based on this landmark decision, several states have decided to activate “trigger laws” or “activation laws” and ban abortion.  The following table summarizes the legal basis for abortion in autonomous jurisdictions that are not included in the table above. Immediately after the ban, the number of abortions fell sharply – but from 1937 it increased again, we hear abortions allowed for medical reasons. 568,000 in 1937, 723,000 in 1939. In 1940, a total of 807,000 abortions were recorded in the USSR, and sociologists estimate that there were 10 times more illegal abortions. After the ban, the number of women who died of blood poisoning quadrupled: the disastrous consequences of illegal abortions performed in unsanitary conditions. There has been a sharp increase in infanticide, accounting for 25% of all homicides. Newborns were killed with needles, drowned or thrown in the trash. Abortion was the most important family planning in the©Soviet Union in© ± years. As a pioneer in approving voluntary abortion in 1920, the country conducted the practice around the world± years, when contraceptive methods©were almost non-existent.