Turkish Constitutional Court (TCC) gave its first decision on abortion on 23 July 20201, which was published in the Official Gazette on September 2020. This note will start by a brief information about the right to abortion in Turkey. Then, an evaluation of the scope of the Constitutional Court’s decision on abortion will follow. We argue that the decision of the TCC includes a very limited issue on the right to abor-tion. We will also discuss some accounts of the Court regarding the right to abortion.
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