Australia’s Victoria province is considering introducing deadly laws to allow death toll patients. According to the news agency, a ministerial level advisory committee is preparing a draft of this historic law, which will allow death to death patients.
This consultative committee was formed in 2016 in the wake of an inquiry into the recommendation of allowing euthanasia to the healthy-minded adult individuals undergoing the last phase of life in Victoria.
Regardless of the recommendation made in the inquiry report, the Parliamentary Committee is contemplating deciding the deadline for the dying person’s life, which can be 6, 12, 18 or 24 months.
More than 300 suggestions letters have been received from the entire province to prepare the framework for the eligibility of euthanasia to the committee.
Parliamentary Committee Chairman Brian Oler told Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC), “We were all unanimous that the determination of the patient’s ‘permanent unbearable pain’ should be decided on the basis of the patient’s opinion, not the others. ”
According to the proposed law, dementia sufferers can not demand euthanasia, because such patients do not have the ability to make decisions. Although patients suffering from Motor Neuron, Parkin Sun and Multi Ceylorosis, will be entitled to euthanasia.
According to the committee’s proposals, demand for euthanasia should be raised from the patient and it will be considered only after the patient has made such demand three times. The patient has to make a written application at least once in order to ask for permission of euthanasia.
To get the wages on the demand of euthanasia, special training will be obtained and approval of two independent practitioners of at least five years of experience.