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@9ZK2N6VSocialist Alliance answered…2 days

Yes, but only if the patient has had full access to health facilities and has not been economically restricted on accessing medical support.

@9YR8NKVLabor answered…2mos

If there is no chance of survival and they are shown they fully understand

@9YPB6PKArts Party answered…2mos

Yes but only after careful consideration, with a contingency that if assisted suicide is granted and patient is deemed criminal or suspect to any outstanding bf crimes then a relative must sign agreement prior to death that they agree to inherit any sentencing or debts incurred by patient making request

@9YMYJZ3Nick Xenophon Team answered…2mos

Yes, but only if there is no chance they will survive the illness and after a psychological examination

@9Y5J2BDGreen answered…3mos

Yes, but only if there is no chance that they will survive their illness and after a psychological examination to show they fully understand this choice.

@9XPZNTMOne Nation answered…3mos

yes after a psychological examination is done so they fully understand their choice and if there is no chance they can survive their illness without pain.

@9XKLQX5Liberal answered…3mos

If they agree to it and have a chance to say goodbye, as well as there is defiantly no way they can heal from it. They get to choose, not the doctor

@9WRQX24Green answered…4mos

If the pain becomes unbearable and treatment isn’t helping mitigate the pain, then patients should be allowed to end their lives.

@9WDRD2DLabor answered…5mos

No. They should have extra life support. They need us as much as we need them.

@9WD7LH5Independent answered…5mos

Establish a joint committee into resolving the debate of euthanasia in australia

@9VXX7QVGreen answered…5mos

should be able to refuse life support and legalise euthanasia

@9SKPG3RConservative answered…11mos

Only after 2 years of psychological examination and the results are confirmed by a panel of experts, including a lawyer and someone to ensure the individual is not being abused.

@9SJFM9JOne Nation answered…11mos

Only in the circumstance that the patient is in pain and also 100% guaranteed to die.

@9QN2SY6Science answered…1yr

Yes, but only if they are in pain and their quality of life is significantly reduced

@9NCT75GAnimal Justice answered…1yr

Yes, after a full psych evaluation to show they completely understand the procedure and their decision and their illness shows no signs of survival. The patient should be the one to make the decision not the family members

@9LZ3VCTSocialist Alliance answered…1yr

Peoples lives are their own and it is entirely their decision what they do with it and how they end it. So i believe they should be allowed to with or without assistence.


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