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  1. Examples are given:

    Yes. Not wearing a seat belt.

    The fact is that when the car crashed and the driver is lying down, it is not known whether he wanted to escape or not. And all services simply save a person. Evacuation, resuscitation, treatment, rehabilitation – everything is very expensive.

    Forced deportation from dangerous areas;

    As a result, those who want to stay, still stay. The problem is big when, for example, parents do not want to evacuate and leave their children in danger with them. It is necessary to analyze specific situations when someone was forcibly evacuated.

    prohibition of alcohol sales after 10;

    If the state did not suffer losses from mass drinking, then it would not fight it. The problem is that alcoholics don't just get drunk, they also pose a danger to others.

    A third of all crimes are committed by swollen people. At the same time, if we talk about serious crimes, then 82% of all murders are committed by swollen ones.

    Ban on selling non-certified products;

    Only potentially dangerous products are certified. It is dangerous not only for those who consciously choose what is dangerous, but for everyone. However, I partially agree here, it should be possible for people to buy non-certified products only with a warning about this. Only particularly dangerous items should be excluded.

    forced use of safety equipment.

    If there were no safety regulations under the law, then the authorities could force the workers to do what the authorities came up with. The result – here, the other day in St. Petersburg, the authorities ordered a worker to get out of the cradle and cut while on the structure. Bottom line-the worker was killed.



  2. No. �In itself, the right to life does not provide for the right to die. �Not in this sense.

    In order to indirectly guarantee the right to die, the Constitution would have to state that all rights to your life belong exclusively to you. That neither your relatives, nor your creditors, nor the authorities have any rights to your life, even the most insignificant ones. Such a statement would allow the military enlistment offices, in particular, to be tried for a serious constitutional crime. And so, they violate the Constitution, but not in a particularly serious form.

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