Spanish authorities formalized in law a long-standing, unlawful practice of summarily expelling migrants to Morocco from the enclaves of Ceuta and Melilla, sometimes employing excessive force. The government abandoned a bill that would have restricted access to safe and legal abortion, but wants to require parental consent for 16 and 17 year olds. A public security law infringes on freedom of expression and the right to peaceful assembly, while reforms to the criminal code expanded the range of offenses that constitute acts of terrorism. The government adopted a personal insolvency law amid concerns that criteria would prevent access for many over-indebted in the country’s severe mortgage crisis.