Legalizing euthanasia in Spain

An article published by Spark Chronicles indicates that since legalizing euthanasia on June 25, 2021, Spain has had at least 50 euthanasia deaths and 130 requests. The article states that data from 10 out of the 17 autonomous regions in Spain indicated that the majority of the euthanasia deaths have been for neurodegenerative or oncological diseases and…

The President of Portugal gives a new opportunity to the citizens of Portugal by vetoing the euthanasia law for the second time

The president of Portugal, Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa, has vetoed the law that decriminalized euthanasia and asked Parliament to clarify the reasons why medically assisted death can be accessed. In a statement published on the official website of the Presidency, Rebelo de Sousa communicated that he returned to Parliament, without promulgating, the euthanasia law, so…

Il primo suicidio assistito in Italia mostra la pericolosa strada verso l'”autoesclusione”

Certamente è necessario mantenere attenzione e sensibilità verso le persone la cui vita è afflitta dalla malattia o dalla disabilità. Ma la risposta di una società pienamente umana, non può essere quella di autorizzare la “morte su richiesta”. Sembra proprio che la strada imboccata sul fine vita sia una sbrigativa ed economica scorciatoia più comoda e…

The Decadence of Europe

Two recent events give a lot to think about the future of the EU: the approval of the Matic report, which equates abortion to a human right, no less, and aims to make conscientious objection by health workers impossible, and the unprecedented pressure on the Government Hungarian to stop an anti-pedophilia and child protection law…