Last week the New Zealand Parliament passed the assisted suicide and euthanasia Bill, which means it is now subject to a referendum at next year’s general election. The architects and proponents of this Bill have been hailing it as a piece of legislation which, if passed into law by referendum, will grant New Zealanders
Passing of assisted suicide and euthanasia Bill is an abject failure of sound governance by the New Zealand Parliament
PRESS RELEASE Thursday 14 November 2019 Passing of assisted suicide and euthanasia Bill is an abject failure of sound governance by the New Zealand Parliament Voice for Life is extremely dismayed and concerned about the passing of the assisted suicide and euthanasia Bill at last night’s third and final reading in Parliament.
Yesterday the New Zealand media covered an extremely concerning development regarding the upcoming referendums on euthanasia and cannabis. Radio New Zealand reported that Andrew Little has “plans in place to combat misinformation and manipulation in any campaigns leading up to… two divisive referendums at next year’s election.” Which all sounds very innocuous, until you
A press release from Voice for Life NZ Wednesday 26 June 2019 Voice for Life NZ is extremely concerned about the outcome of tonight’s vote on the End of Life Choice Bill (EOLC Bill.) By voting it through its second reading, our Parliament has left vulnerable Kiwis in a perilous position. This Bill will
When speaking with someone who is in favour of legalising euthanasia by far the most common comment that I have heard goes something like this, “We don’t even let our dogs die in pain like that- we have euthanasia for dogs, why not humans?” It is one of the most common comments I hear, and