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Legal euthanasia for Victoria? Beware

11 January 2017

8:59 AM

11 January 2017

8:59 AM

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Victorian Parliamentary Secretary for Treasury and Finance, Daniel Mulino, has hit back at suggestions that assisted suicide and euthanasia can ever be made safe in an article in The Australian.

The article suggests that Mulino is in the minority in his own party in opposing euthanasia and assisted suicide.

Mr Mulino was a member of the eight-person committee that looked into ‘end-of-life choices’ and reported to the parliament in June last year recommending, among other things that the parliament move to create assisted suicide legislation.

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