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(ANSA) – PERUGIA, 23 NOV – “The reality is that we all want to live, well. But then you get to a point where the disease doesn’t allow you anymore. At first I felt great sadness but then I realized that Mario now he is free … “: Laura Santi, 46, journalist from Perugia suffering from severe multiple sclerosis, comments on the news that the ethics committee of the ASL of the Marche has certified that Mario (invented name of a quadriplegic immobilized in bed for ten years) has met the requirements for legal access to assisted suicide. It does so by talking to ANSA.

Laura is involved with the Luca Coscioni association for which she is now also on the General Council. “I hope I never have to think about assisted suicide – she says – and every morning as soon as I wake up I say to myself ‘Laura, get busy, hold on to your husband’s life and love’. I don’t want to get to that but mine disease gets worse and I want to be free to decide my end. Knowing that I have the opportunity to do so would help us live better. “

“Mario suffered for months – Laura still remembers, explaining that she followed the story step by step – because someone did not apply a sentence of the Constitutional Court. Nobody took the responsibilities they owed”.

In the case of assisted suicide for Laura Santi, “protection and protection must be given to the patient but also to the doctor”.

“It is necessary to translate the sentences Fabo and Cappato into a law – he concludes”.

“Then there is the referendum – underlines Laura Santi – and with the Coscioni association we take a step further. We are asking for a law that not only decriminalizes help to die but also active euthanasia for those unable to administer themselves. the drug. For us – he concludes – this is a law for life and not for death “. (HANDLE).

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