Now there is no doubt that "the right to a death in dignity" is important! Also for our own human worth. But... It might be that if for example this "right to a death in dignity" is ensured for typically younger people who have deep depressions and, as a result, are qualified (required) through 3 or 5 years(?) at psychologists or psychiatrists before they are allowed to die. This qualifying period will be reported to the authorities and thus you can use this to prevent suicide in this younger group in the future because they told about all the craziness/vileness (crime) they have been through and in this way, Norway and other countries may improve their human rights work on a much deeper level so that ALL suicides can be prevented (except those where there are a disease and those who will die a death in dignity of old age). Is this something? Still good luck with the good work, you people who work for dying in dignity! WE WIN through!
There seems to be a duty in doing this work, making this happen that's implied by the suicides themselves, especially for the group 10 to 50 year olds. A citizens' commission for inquiry into suicides for this group?