This article was published by the Australian Care Alliance on September 1, 2021.

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In a legal analysis of Queensland’s Voluntary Assisted Dying Bill 2021 presented to the Australian Care Alliance, Paul Santamaria QC concluded that if enacted it would manifestly fail to protect vulnerable Queenslanders from being led into a death “not by a genuine exercise of personal autonomy, but rather because they feel pressured to agree – or, worse, are actually unaware of the nature of the process being undertaken ‘for’ them”.

Praise the Lord

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