Someone want to end his/her live, let along the "right or wrong" thing, at leat it should be totally legal, coz I cannot figure out why it is illegal. As to the act of assistance of others' suicides, my opinion is, from the reasoning side, it should be
legalized, but from the practical side, it's hard to regulate under certain circumferences. 1) A common situation is, someone is painful dying, and he/she cannot commite suicide by himself/herself, and he/she just want to end live quickly, then he/she can
issue an "warrant" -- it's practical and morally uncontroversial. 2) someone is "out of conscious", like being a vegetable, and his/her kins want to end his/her live -- morally and legally controversial. 3) someone's mentally ill, and he/she want someone help
him/her to end live -- can this be considered a perfect act? 4) someone is not THAT mentally ill, or someone's "NORMAL", and he/she want to end his/her live, but just cannot to do it by himself/herself, so request others' help -- we need some formal things,
like a notarized warrant to make sure the assistant suicide is in full accordance with the suicider's will, but not a set-up murder, so the suicider need to go to a certain authority's office with the assistant, then fill a formal form, and sign it. Just think
abt the scene, then here comes the question: as the suicider is so determined, why doesn't he/she just do it by himself/herself?