New Mexican president calls for "euthanasia" legislation[/ltr]
[ltr][rtl]Date of release:: 2018/12/15 9:49[/rtl] • [rtl]16 times read[/rtl][/ltr]
The new Mexican president, Andres Obrador, has proposed to consider the possibility of legalizing "euthanasia" for patients in his country.
"There is the subject of ill patients, and when they sadly understand that they have no alternative, why can not we help them and allow them to be euthanized," Universal quoted Obrador as saying during his trip to Mexico's Yucatan state.
The health system does not take all this into account, and these are the most important issues, and we must solve them. "
During his meeting with the heads of eight Mexican states, Obrador signed an agreement on the start of reform of the health system, which will provide medical services to people who do not have health insurance. The agreement also calls for transforming the country's ambulance system into a federal system.
It is not about Obrador's "euthanasia" when doctors provide medical help to patients to leave life because of untreatable disease, but also to voluntarily abandon patients from taking essential drugs, except for painkillers, to their homes.