New Zealand votes to legalize euthanasia

After Canada and the Netherlands, the people of New Zealand recognized euthanasia. From next year, dying people will be able to choose euthanasia.

In many countries of the world, there are many movements about Athena or euthanasia. There are basically two statements of the agitators. There are many people who have been fighting death for a long time. They and their families know that there is no way they can be healed. Yet they have to continue their treatment.

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A huge amount of money is spent. In addition, more physical and mental suffering is inflicted on the dying person. Euthanasia is necessary to get rid of it. The pain can be alleviated if the death can be arranged quickly with the help of doctors.

No matter what the protesters say, the laws of most countries in the world do not support euthanasia. In very few countries, such as the Netherlands and Canada, euthanasia is recognized. New Zealand also had long discussions on euthanasia.

Recently a referendum or referendum on suicide was arranged during the New Zealand vote. As it turns out, 75 percent of the country’s people are in favor of euthanasia. The full results, however, have not yet been matched.

It will take another week to announce the final results of the postal ballot. However, experts believe that the postal ballot will not change the current result. The New Zealand Legislature has said the verdict has come. Now we have to make a law by recognizing the issue. That law could take effect later next year.

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