MPs from both sides back euthanasia reform

MPs from both sides back euthanasia reform

Parliamentarians from both sides of politics declared their support for voluntary euthanasia on Tuesday, following a Senate report that could pave the way for a free vote on national right-to-die laws.

Labor’s deputy leader Tanya Plibersek and former Howard government minister Mal Brough were among MPs to add their voices to calls for dying with dignity reform.

Their comments follow the release of a multi-party Senate committee report on Monday that recommended party leaders allow MPs a free vote on euthanasia.

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