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Perth WA 6872
On 13 August 2019 the Voluntary Assisted Dying Bill 2019 (WA) was read for the second time in Parliament. So how will it work?The Bill proposes that to be eligible to access voluntary assisted dying, a person must: have reached 18 years of age and have decision making capacity;, be acting voluntarily and without coercion;, be an Australian Citizen or permanent resident and have been an ...
The report recommends the introduction of a bill for voluntary assisted dying, which should be drafted in consultation with a panel of experts, including health and legal professionals and health consumers. The framework proposed by the report differs from the Victorian legislation in that eligibility for assisted dying is not dependent on a timeframe in which it is anticipated that the person will ...
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