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Concern about proposed changes to legalise euthanasia and physician assisted suicide reach well beyond the Catholic community.
While in Australia,
British actress, comedian and disability activist Liz Carr
recorded this message to Victorians imploring them reject euthanasia and assisted suicide.
"There is no proof, no proof in the jurisdictions where it has been legalised that vulnerable people, the people at risk, that the silent voices, the more silent voices of older, disabled and ill people will be heard and will be protected... Do we introduce a law for the benefit of the few at the risk to the many?"
Liz Carr recently also voiced her concerns to Victorian MPs.
Victorian barrister Julian McMahon (AC) shares his concerns about legalising euthanasia and physician assisted suicide.
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