Caso Clementina J.
Hidalgo Martínez, Jéssica Elizabeth
Rodriguez, Enrique Arcenio
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Abstract: Reproductive rights have recently been recognized as Human Rights, and their regulation is subsumed in various conventions ratified by the Republic of Panama, but which are not backed by national regulations, and there is a legal issue that leaves victims without defense.. The present article and corresponding demand, deals with the problem of the exercise of Reproductive Rights in a country that turns its back on its regulation, and seeks to raise awareness of a current and growing problem.