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‘Human rights’ court approves killing injured patient, the European Court of Human Rights has approved the policy of imposing euthanasia on patients who cannot agree. Puppinck said the court “not only held that in Europe, we can again legally induce the death of a disabled patient who did not ask to die, but in addition, it denies that patient the protection of the convention against mistreatment.” “By refusing to guarantee the right to life and to medical care for Vincent Lambert, the court is turning a page in the history of human rights in Europe,” he said. “The court reintroduced into the European legality the possibility to euthanize a disabled person, even though it is precisely against this ideology that the European Convention on Human Rights was proclaimed in 1950.”
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