A man holds a placard reading “To choose to die without suffering” during a demonstration in support of a law legalising euthanasia in Madrid on March 18, 2021. Photo: AFP
A man holds a placard reading “To choose to die without suffering” during a demonstration in support of a law legalising euthanasia in Madrid on March 18, 2021. Photo: AFP

Letters | Hong Kong owes its terminally ill a serious discussion on euthanasia

  • Readers discuss why the city needs a citywide consultation on euthanasia, and the proposal to ban minors from buying cigarettes

A man holds a placard reading “To choose to die without suffering” during a demonstration in support of a law legalising euthanasia in Madrid on March 18, 2021. Photo: AFP
A man holds a placard reading “To choose to die without suffering” during a demonstration in support of a law legalising euthanasia in Madrid on March 18, 2021. Photo: AFP
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