Sky News host Peta Credlin says she hopes New South Wales “doesn’t follow Queensland’s example” and “backtrack on those religious rights” when it comes to euthanasia legislation.

Voluntary assisted dying legislation is likely to be introduced into the NSW Parliament later this week by Independent MP Alex Greenwich.

Ms Credlin pointed out Premier Dominic Perrottet who is opposed to euthanasia has promised Liberal Party MPs a conscience vote on the issue.

“While the bill currently contains provisions ensuring no doctor will be forced to participate against their will, let’s hope NSW doesn’t follow Queensland’s example and backtrack on those religious rights,” she said.

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