This is debate.
I don't have to explain myself. But I can suggest to you that in the context of the original motion—that is the part, obviously—we changed it to broaden it up to other parties, other years, other persons, and way beyond. Ultimately, the committee and the members should take from this a lesson that motions should be very clear and carefully thought out. In this particular case, since we have really made some significant changes, I think it's a motion, even as amended, that the committee still is not very comfortable with and that I'm not comfortable with. So I'm voting no, with the full knowledge that any member of the committee can bring this back at any time with 48 hours' notice.
I hope that what has happened today, members, we'll take into account.