Tasmanian Premier Peter Gutwein is expected receive an independent review of the state's voluntary assisted dying legislation in the next few days.
In December the legislation, which would give people who are terminally ill the right to choose to end their life peacefully, passes a vote in the lower house.
It was the first time in three attempts that the legislation passed the crucial vote.
After the senate passed Independent MLC Mike Gaffney's bill in November last year the Premier asked the University of Tasmania to establish an independent panel to review the bill.
The role of the panel was to comb through the bill and give advice to members of parliament before a final vote on the legislation this year.
Mr Gutwein said he is expecting to receive the final report in coming days.
A final vote on the VAD legislation is due in February or March this year. If passed Tasmania would be the third state in Australia to pass such legislation.
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