(ANSA) - Rome, February 28 - DJ Fabo explained that his life no longer had any sense for him before committing assisted suicide on Monday.
"(I am) unable to support the physical and mental pain. I prefer to be alone now that I cannot live like before," Fabo, 40, said in an autobiographical document he delivered to the Luca Coscioni right-to-die association. "I live at my mother's home in Milan with a person who helps me and my girlfriend who spends as much time as possible with me.
"They take me out often, but I don't want to.
"My days are soaked with suffering and desperation, as I longer find a sense to my life now.
"I am firmly determined to end this agony of mine, as I consider this more dignified and coherent to the person that I am".
Premier Paolo Gentiloni on Tuesday called for a parliamentary debate on end-of-life issues amid rising controversy over Fabo's death.