Court Set To End the Mercy Killing Debate

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Court Set To End the Mercy Killing Debate

It has been recently revealed in a report that the Supreme Court that is soon going to make a huge decision in the landmark appeal. This is going to be finalized by the next December. This is a complicated case and has borne the brunt of a lot of speculation and controversy in the past. This is why the government is making steps towards solving this case once and for all, and the decision going to be given in next December shall be the matter of life and death.

Mercy killing has long been an issue of debate. There are people suffering in the world, living in conditions which are worse than death. This calls for the need for efforts to be made to assure certain effective rules which can righteously decide when exactly is it right for a person to be able to give up his/ her own life.

"I am proud that my father's case will be heard and will settle the law on the issue of the end of life for all Canadians", revealed Mojgan Rasouli, Mr. Rasouli's daughter. It remains to be seen what the turn of events are in the future and how things go about this issue from thereon.


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