Holland considers assisted suicide for people who aren’t terminally ill

Holland considers assisted suicide for people who aren’t terminally ill
 

The Dutch government is working on a controversial law that may allow healthy people to die by assisted suicide.
They are considering whether or not people who feel they have ‘completed life’ end their lives by euthanasia.
Racial and religious hate crimes surged by 41% after Brexit Health and justice ministers said there will be a careful criteria to follow, but people who feel they have fulfilled their life’s ambition can exit in ‘a manner dignified for them’.
The Netherlands was the first country to legalise assisted suicide in 2002, and it has since been extended to people suffering... read more

 
13 October 2016 in Hot News, Views: 34
Source: Metro
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