Arnold Cassola

⁠1. As an MEP will you vote in favour or against abortion in the European Parliament?

2. The Treaty of Accession of Malta to the European Union in 2004, states that “the matter of abortion will always remain a matter to be decided by Malta and its institutions and no one else”. Do you support this?

3. ⁠As an MEP will you vote in favour or against euthanasia in the European Parliament?

What I am in favour of at the moment is the “living will”, whereby an adult person, in full possession of her/his mental capacities, draws up written instructions authorising others to decide specific types of medical care that a person wishes to receive if that person is no longer able to make medical decisions because of a terminal illness or being permanently unconscious, including the switching off of any machines which are keeping artificially alive a person who is clinically dead.