Macron proclaims “assisted dying”, the invoice of which will probably be offered in April | EUROtoday

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“Une law of fraternity, a law which reconciles the autonomy of the individual and the solidarity of the nation. » In an interview given to Release And The cross published this Sunday March 10, Emmanuel Macron announces the presentation in April of a bill concerning the end of life in France. This law should open up “the possibility of requesting assistance in dying under certain strict conditions”, explains the Head of State.

“The Claeys-Leonetti law, which sets the current legal framework, [a] leads to a lot of progress but does not allow[t] not deal with very difficult human situations. […] We therefore had to go further,” declared the President of the Republic. “The time period we have now chosen is assisted dying as a result of it’s easy and humane and it clearly defines what it’s about. »

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