Why not allow the issue to be decided by referendum?

Fri, 14 Aug, 2015

Many of the great social issue debates in New Zealand have been decided by Parliament, and there is no reason this shouldn’t be the case for End of Life Choice. Precedents include homosexual law reform, prostitution law reform, and marriage equality. The Parliamentary process is particularly important when any change involves a very complex issue, where the established processes – a detailed select committee review, and clause by clause voting in the Committee stages of the passage of an Act of Parliament – give the opportunity to fine-tune a Bill.

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