Sorry, I didn't mean to cut you off.
I like that substance. You also made a comment that he was appointed by the current administration; therefore, it may be perceived that process is biased. I just want to make sure that I understand where you're coming from.
Another thing you mentioned in your presentation is that all members should be under review or perhaps audited by the commissioner to take a look at where they're getting their donations or people who are helping out on their campaigns. I just want to understand a bit more. Right now, no corporate donations are allowed. They are all coming from individuals. In my case, in my riding, if a community group likes my policy, likes what I've done or likes my focus locally and its members decide to support me when it comes to an election campaign, in your view would that be seen as a conflict of interest? Or perhaps they help me or they're influencing my policy or vice versa. What do you think about that?