Polish lower house is to proceed over draft laws, put forward as citizens' initiative, that would further limit instances in which abortion would be legal. The ruling conservative Law and Justice (PiS) party had once already backed out from pushing stricter anti-abortion rules after massive protest staged across the country. This time PiS is under fire for attempting to pass the controversial agenda when coronavirus restrictions made public gatherings illegal. Despite the restrictions, some women, standing apart and wearing face masks, protested on Tuesday in Kraków, while in Warsaw some drivers stuck "Women's Strike" protest banners in their car windows. By Wednesday, about 700,000 people had signed an online petition to the government to oppose the proposal. Several other citizens' bills are also on the agenda on Wednesday, highlighting a growing presence of conservative and far-right voices in public debate.