Please set me free from this miserable life

Dear Prime Minister,

Please read the following request from the Poet Gardener of Manus, Mohammad Ali Maleki:

I’m very happy that the Victorian government offered the legal death Bill to the parliament in September 2017.
I want the Australian government to let this now include us.
I’m willing to write a text to my satisfaction to die voluntarily under the watch of doctors.
As I’m suffering being alive I want to end my life.
1. I don’t want to die by beating a stone on my head.
2. I don’t like to be drowned in a river.
3. I don’t want to die by being stabbed here someday.
4. I don’t want to hang myself from a tree.
5. I don’t want to get sick by a disease, which doctors are forced to cut out of my body, and then to die at the end.
6. I don’t want to die by beating under feet and fists here.
7. I don’t want to get contempt anymore and my have humanity questioned anymore, as all my hopes turned into Ash, and there’s no hope for the future, and I’m a walking dead man.
Please accept my request to die voluntarily under the watch of doctors.
I’d like my all body organs to be presented to people who need them as gifts.
I’d like to donate my broken heart to a person who needs it, and for it to beat in another body.
I hope all my body organs continue their lives in peace after my death.
Please set me free from this miserable life.
— Mohammad Ali Maleki

How do you respond, Prime Minister?