Council of Europe
"The ideologues of euthanasia will continue to press for the right to demand death regardless of the consequences." . . . Paul Tully.
“We have historically believed that the third-party killing of people is wrong. The changing attitude in this area reflects a clear breakdown in some of our most basic social institutions, be they family, be they the medical supports that people have earned the right to depend on, or be they the religious and other moral pillars that have historically served as the basis both for our laws and behaviour in society.” . . . Toronto health and human rights lawyer Hugh Scher.