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What are the dangers of state approved assisted suicide?

Assisted Suicide
14 April 2021
Life valued 8

Campaign group CNK Scotland have launched a new video, highlighting the dangers of changing the law to permit assisted suicide.

At the moment, assisted suicide is illegal in Scotland and the last time a Bill to introduce it was voted on by MSPs it was rejected by a clear majority.

This week, Roman Catholic Bishops called on voters to put issues of human dignity, including assisted suicide, at the forefront when deciding who to vote for.

A petition calling for better palliative care in Scotland has also been launched by CNK Scotland and can be found on the group's new website.

What are the dangers of 'state sanctioned' assisted suicide?

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