La objeción de conciencia frente a la interrupción voluntaria del embarazo en Colombia

This article analyzes the regulations and jurisprudence regarding conscientiousobjection, the legal authorization for the voluntary termination of pregnancy and theirrelationship. It focuses on the development and evolution that these rules have had asguarantors of the rights to freedom of conscienc...

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Main Authors: Salazar Medina, William Javier, Medina Rico, Ricardo Hernán
Format: Article
Language:Spanish
Published: 2019
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Online Access:https://dialnet.unirioja.es/servlet/oaiart?codigo=7295666
Source:Academia & Derecho, ISSN 2539-4983, Nº. 18, 2019, pags. 105-126
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Summary: This article analyzes the regulations and jurisprudence regarding conscientiousobjection, the legal authorization for the voluntary termination of pregnancy and theirrelationship. It focuses on the development and evolution that these rules have had asguarantors of the rights to freedom of conscience and sexual freedom, as well as thereproductive self-determination of women and, as a result, possible solutions are shownin the face of conflict events or conflict between the rights, when the medical and sanitarypersonnel refuse to carry out the porcedures protecting their own religious beliefs or theirmoral principles. As a methodology, a qualitative research was developed based on information obtainedfrom the jurisprudential, doctrinal analysis and interviews. This allowed a description,classification, explanation and interpretation of data, as well as interviews. It was possibleto determine the current situation of the causes under which the practice of voluntaryinterruption of pregnancy is legal and the possible events of moral objection by medicalpersonnel. Likewise, it was concluded that whenever the medical procedure is requestedwithin the legal parameters, the provision of the service must be ensured. Likewise, theright to object to the practice of the voluntary interruption of pregnancy is personal andcan never be claimed as an institutional policy.