Dementia patient’s ‘Yes preference’ raises concerns over Voice debate
The relative of a 96-year-old dementia patient has raised fresh concerns with Ray Hadley after an aged care facility in Sydney disclosed to him the patient’s end-of-life preferences, which included the decision to vote “Yes” for the upcoming Voice to Parliament referendum.
The close relative, who has known the patient for over 70 years, is adamant that if the patient were in a more stable health condition, she would be the “last person to vote yes.”
Meanwhile, doctors have certified that the aged care patient is not capable of voting.
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