VILNIUS - The Lithuanian parliament is set to discuss amendments proposed by the ruling Peasant and Greens Union to the Artificial Insemination Law due to take effect in January.
On Tuesday, the parliament approved for discussion a conservative version, which envisages limiting the number of created embryos to three and prohibit embryo freezing.
Meanwhile, the Peasant and Greens Union registered an amendment to discard restrictions on embryo numbers and freezing, at the same time envisaging an obligation of unlimited storage of unused embryos.
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