Drawn up in 1970 and widely seen as outdated, Finland currently has the Nordic region’s strictest abortion law. Finland’s 200-seat Eduskunta Parliament just voted in favour (by a wide margin: 125-41) of a law reform that will ease the process of getting an abortion in the country: the need for approval from two doctors to terminate a pregnancy is abolished, and a pregnant woman’s request for a termination will be sufficient, without needing to provide further reasons (until the 12th week of pregnancy). Read more on Eduskunta.fi