Debate On Over Euthanasia, final Decision Tonight
Tonight will come the final decision of the debate running between Maryan Street's private members and the opposition team whether to legalize euthanasia or no.
A public meeting has been arranged today by Hospice New Zealand at the Paramount Cinema in Wellington where local as well as international campaigners have been called to talk, discuss and debate over the issue and get the final decision out soon.
Labour MP Ms. Maryan Street is standing at one side with her Private Member's Bill to legalize some end-of-life options with a hope for better treatment plans for them, who are nearing the end of their life but all are not satisfied with her intensions because oppositions argue that her action can provoke strong reactions and could also disturb Parliament.
Explaining the progress that has been made in medicine world so far in the last 20 years, Mr. Baroness Ilora Finlay, Doctor and professor of palliative medicine, said "Now people understand much better how to provide really good, dignified end of life care. The trouble is in our society not everyone who needs that sort of care is accessing it at the moment."
He added that bringing change to law only for some people can harm a bigger number and so followed his opposition to same. Final decision will come today.
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