Mark, I just want to talk about that, because you talked a bit about that too.
I think what's being lost in this conversation with the opposition is that this affects all parties equally. It isn't picking on a particular party. It's saying that these officers and offices have to be non-partisan regardless of the party.
To me, it is transparent. It's completely fair. It's equitable. It's everything I would expect, as a parliamentarian, of an officer. Going back to the referee analogy or metaphor, for the big game, the seventh game in the Stanley Cup playoffs, I want to make sure that particular referee is as neutral as absolutely possible. I think both sides respect that neutrality. I think we'll both have a better game as a result of that.
Could you give us some final words on how this is a transparent bill and deals with those concerns?