No ifs, no buts, according to the ECLJ.
"This principle was reaffirmed in the aftermath of World War II, after doctors were convicted at Nuremberg for euthanizing disabled people. This principle does not provide for any exceptions to euthanasia"
"The decriminalization of euthanasia is not only a systematic violation of human rights, but also an extremely serious cultural and legal regression"
They point out the European Convention on Human Rights (Article 2): "No one shall be deprived of his life intentionally".
The ECLJ is mounting a campaign to remind the UN of its responsibility to support the right to life, especially for the vulnerable, the elderly, and/or the disabled.