Law is said to have high chance of getting support from parliamentarians
The Daily Mail
The world’s first ‘death on demand’ law is set to go before legislators in Belgium who have already ushered through an ultra-liberal euthanasia regime.
The new rules would mean no doctor would be allowed to block the wishes of a patient who asked to die.
The law – put forward by the country’s opposition socialist party – is thought to have a high chance of commanding support from a majority of parliamentarians.
They come at a time when numbers dying each year under the euthanasia laws have doubled in five years to reach more than 2,000. . . [Full text]