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MP wants feedback on voluntary assisted dying bill

NSW MP for Camden, Peter Sidgreaves, is calling on residents in the Camden electorate to take part in a survey on the Voluntary Assisted Dying Bill 2021

The bill was introduced by NSW MP, Alex Greenwich, but is still to be debated.

Mr Sidgreaves would like community feedback and residents from the electorate have until Friday, November 19 close of business to put take part in the survey.

“This is not an easy topic, with many people on both sides of the debate contacting me already with their views,” the Camden MP said.

“I want to hear from as many residents of our area as possible, so that I can best represent the views of our electorate.” The bill if passed would create a legal framework to provide for, and regulate access to, voluntary assisted dying for persons in NSW with a terminal illness and includes various safeguards.

The Premier, Dominic Perrottet said MPs will allowed to have a conscience vote on the issue.

To find out more about the bill visit:

There is some information provided on the bill visit the below links: Draft copy of the Bill - https://tinyurl.com/vadbill FAQ's on the Bill - https://tinyurl.com/vadfaq Flow chart of proposed process - https://tinyurl.com/vadprocess

Contact the MP’s office for a link to the survey 4655 3333 or by email camden@parliament.nsw.gov.au

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