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Battles and chaos, the turning point with Fabo. But there is no law on euthanasia – breaking latest news

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Battles and chaos, the turning point with Fabo.  But there is no law on euthanasia – breaking latest news

Rome, June 17, 2022 – Yesterday will remain a historic date. Federico is dead, but he is also the first Italian citizen to have requested and obtained (after much suffering) access to medically assisted suicide. Federico self-administered the lethal drug with a special machine, costing 5 thousand euros, all at his expense: to obtain it, the Luca Coscioni Association launched a fundraiser. The definitive go-ahead for access to assisted suicide had finally arrived on February 9th, with the opinion on the drug and on the methods of execution, but only after almost two years from the first request to ASUR Marche and only after a long battle law in which Luca Coscioni “has ‘replaced’ the State in the right to die” as the treasurer Marco Cappato says, “and will do so again”. But to assert a right, how many battles. Assisted suicide, ‘Mario’ died: first case in Italy The pioneer of the battle for euthanasia was Piergiorgio Welby, a journalist and radical activist. In 2006, seriously ill with muscular dystrophy, he asked to interrupt the treatments that kept him alive, also appealing to the then President of the Republic, Giorgio Napolitano, but the court of Rome rejected the request of the lawyers declaring it inadmissible precisely due to the legislative vacuum in matter. The anesthetist who administered the sedatives was investigated (and later acquitted) for murder of the consenting party. In 2008, at the height of a ten-year legal case, the Civil Court of Appeal of Milan, to which the Cassation had postponed the decision, authorized the interruption of hydration and forced feeding for Eluana Englaro, a young woman from Lecco. reduced in a vegetative state since 1992. The girl’s father, Beppe Englaro, asked for the suspension of the therapies, against useless therapeutic persistence. The tube was removed from her on February 6, 2009, in Udine, while the Senate was discussing precisely …

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