The Victorian Parliament’s upper house committee of inquiry into “End of Life Choices” has produced a remarkably comprehensive and erudite report.
The public and institutional response to the inquiry has been greater than for any previous inquiry.
There were 925 individual submissions and 112 from organisations.
In addition, the majority of committee members took the trouble to visit countries where jurisdiction allowed some form of assisted dying.
Notably, the dissenting members of the committee did not avail themselves of this information and…