as a decision reverberated among politicians and celebrities

Women cry in front of the US Supreme Court in Washington after a ruling on abortion rights

The United States Supreme Court that opens the way for the Open States, announced on Friday (24/6) banned great controversy between politicians and examples.

The judges of the Court considered valid a law created in the State of Mississippi, in 2018, that prohibits the termination of pregnancy after the 15th week of pregnancy, even in cases of rape.

The ruling reverses a precedent set by the “Roe v Wade” case — a landmark decision that nearly 50 years ago guaranteed access to abortion across the country.

Check below how the deliberation had repercussions in different parts of the world.

Joe Biden

Joe Biden speaking at the White House

Joe Biden speaking at the White House

US President Joe Biden scheduled a press conference at the White House to comment on the Supreme Court’s decision.

During the speech, he said the sentence was a “tragic mistake” and the result of an “extremist ideology”.

“The health and lives of the women of this country are now in danger,” said the Democrat, lamenting a “sad day” for the US.

“How can women be punished for wanting to protect their own health, or doctors will be criminalized for doing their duty of care.”

He also called for the right to abortion to be made law and urged Americans to continue to fight for the right in a “peaceful” and “nasurnas” way.

The president also said he would do “everything in my power to protect women’s health.”

Barack and Michelle Obama

Barack and Michelle Obama

Barack and Michelle Obama

Former US President Barack Obama was one of the first to speak out, through his social networks and in a statement also signed by the former first lady.

“Today, the Supreme Court not only reversed nearly 50 years of precedent, but relegated the most intensely personal decision it can make to the whims of politicians and ideologues, attacking as essential freedoms of millions of Americans,” Obama wrote on Twitter.

In a coup-communication shared on his social networks, first about a possible decision by the court, the former president also stated that the deliberation is a “only for women, but all of us only for women, but all of us who believe that in a free society to how much government can invade our lives”.

“It is significantly that this decision is significantly significant for abortions, who have in part thought better of it in recent decades and with education largely against access to education,” in large part.

“Instead, such as already making transportation or the ability to get out of school legal or safe access or while women with legal resources remain for states where abortion remains legal or safe. Work struggle as women seeking pregnant women, women looking for graves for their children, women looking for graves for pregnant women and sometimes.

Michelle also spoke on her social media. “Today I am heartbroken,” she wrote on Instagram. “I am heartbroken for the people in this country who have just lost the fundamental right to make decisions regarding their own bodies.”

Donald Trump

Donald Trump

Donald Trump

The former president gave his opinion in an interview with the American television channel Fox News.

The annulment of the right to abortion answers “God’s will”, the Republican when asked about his participation in the Supreme Court decision.

The decision “follows the Constitution” and “brings everything back to the state, which should always have been the added case,” he added.

Hillary Clinton

Hillary Clinton

Hillary Clinton

The former first lady and former secretary of state said on Twitter that the Supreme Court’s decision is a setback for women’s rights.

“Most Americans believe that the decision to have a child is one of the most sacred decisions there is and that those decisions must continue to be made between patients and their doctors,” she wrote.

Clinton also urged the public to support and donate to Democratic candidates to protect reproductive rights.

Mike Pence

Mike Pence

Mike Pence

The former vice president of the United States during the governor of Donald Trump praised the decision of the Supreme Court.

“To correct the historic reversal v Wade, the Supreme Court has given the American people a new beginning in life the government the issue of abortion to the States and the people, this state court has erred and reaffirmed the right of the American people to a consistent level with their values ​​and desires,” the Republican, who is already considering running for the White House in 2024, said in a statement.

Nancy Pelosi

Nancy Pelosi

Nancy Pelosi

The Speaker of the US House of Representatives was against the deliberation. She called the Supreme Court decision “outrageous and heartbreaking” and vowed to fight it in Congress and at the polls.

“The Republican-controlled Supreme Court has achieved the obscure goal of taking away women’s rights, their decisions about the health of mothers; Americans today less than their freedoms,” he said.

Boris Johnson

Boris Johnson

Boris Johnson

The UK prime minister called the decision “a major setback”.

“It’s a very important decision. I have to tell you, I think it’s a big step backwards,” he said during a press conference in Rwanda, where he is on an official trip.

“I always believe in a woman’s right to choose and I hold to that vision.”

Young people celebrate US Supreme Court decision on abortion in Washington

Young people celebrate US Supreme Court decision on abortion in Washington

Emmanuel Macron

Emmanuel Macron

Emmanuel Macron

The French president also criticized the decision and expressed solidarity with American women.

“Abortion is a fundamental right for all women. It must be protected. I wish I could be my solidarity with women whose freedom is being undermined by the US Supreme Court,” she wrote on Twitter.

Justin Trudeau

Justin Trudeau

Justin Trudeau

Canada’s prime minister called the news “horrific”.

“My heart goes out to the millions of Americans who are now on the verge of losing their legal right to abortion. I cannot imagine the fear and anger you are feeling right now,” he wrote on Twitter.

“No governor, politician or man should tell a woman what she can and cannot do with her body. I want women in Canada to know that we will always stand up for their right to choose.”

Taylor Swift

Taylor Swift

Taylor Swift

The American singer also regretted the decision.

“I am absolutely terrified that we are where we are – that after so many decades of people fighting for women’s rights to their own bodies, today’s decision took that away from us,” he wrote on Twitter.

Viola Davis

Viola Davis

Viola Davis

The American actress and Oscar winner regretted the decision.

“Destroyed. Now more than ever we have to use our voice and power!” posted on Twitter.

Mark Ruffalo

Mark Ruffalo

Mark Ruffalo

The actor called the decision “delayed and cruel.”

“The Supreme Court has become divisive,” the actor said of how Avengers and Spotlight.

Pearl Jam

Pearl Jam's Mike McCready, Eddie Vedder and Stone Gossard at a concert in California

Pearl Jam’s Mike McCready, Eddie Vedder and Stone Gossard at a concert in California

The band also commented on their official Twitter account: “No one, not the governor, not politicians, not the Supreme Court, should stop access to abortion, birth control and contraceptives. People should have the FREEDOM of choice. .”

Stephen King

Stephen King

Stephen King

The American writer speaks on Twitter.

“It is the best Supreme Court the 19th century has ever produced,” wrote the author of works such as The illuminated and Carrieusing irony.

– This text was published in https://www.bbc.com/portuguese/internacional-61931286

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