ROMANIA.  Penal Code, 17 July 2009.

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Article 201. (1) An interruption of pregnancy carried out under one of these circumstances:

 

a) outside medical institutions or surgeries authorized for this purpose;

 

b) performed by a person who is not a doctor specialized in obstetrics/gynecology and the right freely to practice this specialty;

 

c) if the pregnancy exceeds fourteen weeks

 

shall be punished with six months' to three years' imprisonment and the suspension of other rights.

 

(2) Interruption of pregnancy carried out under any conditions without the approval of the pregnant woman shall be punished with two to seven years' imprisonment and the suspension of other rights.

 

(3) If the act provided for in paragraphs 1 and 2 results in bodily injury to the pregnant woman, the punishment shall be three to ten years' imprisonment and suspension of other rights; if the act results in the death of the pregnant woman, the punishment shall be six to twelve years' imprisonment and the suspension of other rights.

 

(4) If the act provided for in paragraphs 2 and 3 was performed by a doctor, in addition to imprisonment, he or she shall be suspended from practicing his or her profession.

 

(5) Attempts under (1) and (2) are punishable.

 

(6) An interruption of pregnancy performed by a doctor specialized in obstetrics/gynecology for the purpose of treatment does not constitute a crime if performed during the first 24 weeks of pregnancy, or thereafter for the purpose of treatment for the mother or fetus.

 

(7)  A pregnant woman who interrupts her pregnancy is not punishable.

 

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