The three ACT political parties unanimously moved that the Federal Government restore Territory rights so the ACT can vote on euthanasia.
Federal and local politicians have once more called on the government to restore Territory rights to vote on euthanasia.
The ACT and the Northern Territory have been barred from voting on voluntary assisted dying (euthanasia) for 25 years.
ACT Senator Zed Seselja could be heading for a fourth term. Mr Seselja was re-endorsed as the Canberra Liberals Senate candidate in the next election at the local branch’s pre-selection meeting on Sunday (22 November).
There have been renewed calls for Federal Parliament to allow the ACT to legislate on voluntary assisted dying, or euthanasia. The ‘Andrews Bill’ was introduced into Federal Parliament as a private members bill...