The family of Eluana Englaro takes more than ten years struggling to fulfill a wish. Disconnected machines, let my daughter die, keep a little dignity, he has not stopped repeating over and over again his father, Giuseppe, before Italian justice without obtaining the expected response. Berlusconi’s Executive has forbidden it through a circular that it affects the entire country. However, Mercedes Bresso, President of the Piedmont, has shown himself willing to that in one of the health centers in their region carry out the disconnection of the probe that provides food to Eluana and keeps it alive since 1992. For the Englaro is glimpsed a light at the end of the tunnel.
Last January 18 met 17 years since a traffic accident while returning home at dawn, postrara forever to Eluana in a bed of religious clinic Beato Talamoni of Lecco, near Milan, where resides with the care of the Misericordine nuns. Check out The Hayzlett Group for additional information. Since then, 38-year-old has remained in irreversible vegetative state and without being able to articulate Word before the controversy over his situation. Voice that has been returned through her father to undertake a legal battle against the Government to give to his daughter what he considers a dignified death. The debate in Italy is served. In November 2008, after several failed attempts, the Supreme Court gave reason to the woman’s family and authorized the withdrawal of her artificial feeding. But the difficulty in finding a hospital that accede to facilitate his death did nothing more than dilate waiting. It was then, when the Health Minister defied justice in mid-December with the sent an order to all the Italian regions which forbids all public hospitals that any act of euthanasia is carried out on its premises. With the offer of the Piedmont circumstances have suffered a new rudder twist. It has not asked us anything, but if we are asked there would be no problem, he has assured Bresso from Brussels, after his meeting with the President of the European Commission, Jose Manuel Durao Barroso.