Germany’s high court endorses right to assisted suicide

Euthanasia movements around the world have been given a boost by Germany’s Federal Constitutional Court. On 26 February it handed down a long-awaited decision endorsing the legality of assisted suicide. It ruled that a law banning suicide with professional assistance was unconstitutional, as it deprived terminally ill patients of „the right to a self-determined death“.


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