Scotland becomes the first country in the world to provide sanitary products for free

Scotland has become the first country in the world to free sanitary products. The period products bill in Parliament was passed by voice vote on Tuesday. Under the law, it has become imperative to provide period products to all public institutions.

Scotland passes period products bill

Scottish Minister Nicola Sturgeon expressed happiness over the passage of the bill. Expressing happiness on Twitter, he wrote, “Feeling proud to vote for unprecedented legislation. Scotland has become the first country in the world to provide period products free of charge to the needy.”

Two hours long debate in Parliament on the bill

He stated an important policy for women and girls. In a world where women’s periods are rarely debated, the two-hour-long debate in Parliament is extraordinary.

MP Neil Findlay admitted that it was easier to discuss serious health issues with the passage of the bill. He told that now such issues will be discussed in the media or public without any embarrassment and inconvenience.

MP Alison Johnstone asked, “Why is it happening in 2020 that twolight paper is seen as essential but not period products?” The unprecedented move of the government is being lauded on social media.

The government has estimated to spend £ 24 million a year as period products become law for all. Two years ago Scotland started providing period products free of cost in schools, colleges and universities.

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