Many welcome move to decriminalise attempted suicide but say more needs to be done for those at risk

Posed photo of a person with depression. Abetment of attempted suicide continues to be an offence under the Criminal Law Reform Bill proposed in Parliament on Feb 11.
Posed photo of a person with depression. Abetment of attempted suicide continues to be an offence under the Criminal Law Reform Bill proposed in Parliament on Feb 11.PHOTO: ST FILE

SINGAPORE - Many have welcomed the move to decriminalise attempted suicide although they still saw it as only the first step in the right direction.

Abetment of attempted suicide continues to be an offence under the Criminal Law Reform Bill proposed in Parliament on Monday (Feb 11).

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