Abortion Drugs Tade
Sales of abortion drug thrive in social media, even in online shops. The demand boom and ample loopholes in supervising enabled black market growth for drug used to abort fetus.
This article is a collaboration between Tempo, Change.org, and KitaBisa.com under the collaborative program of Bongkar!
THROUGHOUT 2015, the com-muni-cation and informatics ministry blocked 300,000 websites selling illegal drugs, which were mostly used for abortion, following a report from the Food and Drug Monitoring Agency (BPOM). However, the effort to shut down those websites is futile as more are sprouting. Throughout 2017-2019, t...