Leaders of both religions will meet over the next year to discuss what to do ahead of its legalisation.
The Director-General of Health has a list of priorities to get through before new laws come into force next year.
It means assisted dying will be legal from November next year.
"I don't know if I will use it or not. I just want the choice."
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But even if the public votes yes, MPs may have the final say.
It'll be a yes or no, and the results will be binding.
It means New Zealand First will support it.