From what moment can an embryo be called a human from a legal and biological point of view?

From what moment can an embryo be called a human from a legal and biological point of view?

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Answer 1
June, 2021

I don’t know about us, but in the UK, an abortion cannot be done from the 24th week of pregnancy. 85 / 140. Please give a detailed answer so that it would be interesting to read. The answer cannot be less than 140 characters.

Answer 2
June, 2021

From a legal point of view, the legal personality of a human embryo occurs from the moment of its birth (subject to its live birth).

According to paragraph 1 of Art. 49 of the Federal Law of the Russian Federation "On the Basics of Health Protection of Citizens in the Russian Federation" the moment of birth of a child is the moment of separation of the fetus from the mother's body through childbirth.

Our Constitution establishes that fundamental human rights and freedoms are inalienable and belong to everyone from birth. In fact, this means that a person's right to life arises from the moment of birth.

In criminal law, "the rights of the embryo" are protected only indirectly and he is not a separate legal entity - for example, in Art. 105 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation, aggravating circumstances include the murder of a woman who is obviously pregnant for the guilty party, and according to Art. 111 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation, termination of pregnancy, as well as the deprivation of the victim of any organ, is infliction of grievous harm to his health.

In civil law, the embryo is endowed with inheritance rights - the Civil Code of the Russian Federation establishes the right of inheritance for people conceived during the life of the testator and born alive after the opening of the inheritance.

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