Vox appeals to the Constitutional Court the Euthanasia Law and requests its precautionary suspension

Abascal assures that this legislation is a victory for the “culture of death”

Santiago Abascal, with Ivn Espinosa de los Monteros this Wednesday in Congress.Chema MoyaEFE

Vox has filed a new appeal with the Constitutional Court. This time, against the Law of Euthanasia. The formation of Santiago Abascal, in addition, has asked the TC that, given the scope of this regulation and its “serious effects on the application”, it be suspended as a precautionary measure until the appeal is resolved.

Vox brought together fifty public officials before the high court, covering the management team that has presented the appeal. Together with Abascal, Javier Ortega Smith, Macarena Olona, Marta Castro, Roco Monasterio …

Upon leaving the court, Abascal explained that they go back to the Constitutional Court “trying to respect constitutional rights. We understand that the euthanasia law is a defeat for the culture of civilization and a victory for the culture of death. Duty of society is to offer palliative care to the people who are suffering the most. Instead, they only offer a final solution to those who suffer the most, a solution that is as cruel as it is inhumane. “

Abascal denounced the “dark path that this government has started. We are going to continue defending life from its conception to its natural extinction, relentlessly.”

The Vox leader insisted that the right to life is fundamental and the rest of the rights depend on him. “There is no right to seek the death of citizens. We ask for the precautionary suspension because it is evident that the damages of this law will be irreparable.”

Abascal alert: “This law takes us down a slippery slope on which passes have already slipped where it has been applied for a long time. Netherlands, where 30% of doctors say that they have signed euthanasia without the consent of patients, where there are already debates to apply euthanasia to young people with depression or healthy elderly tired of living. The State has the obligation to guarantee the right to life and the duty of palliative care to those who suffer the most. “

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