Depends on the regulation put in place and circumstances
It's ridiculous in the extreme to say that an individual cant make those decisions **for themselves**...otherwise those rights are meaningless...burdens, impositions. And the same goes for requesting anothers participation in those things....unless those inalienable rights are in the control of the person endowed with them, they are meaningless.
If an individual does not have complete control over their inalienable rights....then who does?
And if it is the individual, then they have the right to to determine exactly what they do with them..including granting others the right to intercede on their behalf.
(Of course we already know that the govt has taken upon itself to infringe on individual inalienable rights in certain circumstances.)
ill never understand how the definition of a word can be provided then denied
there is no aggression in assisted suicide