Let me say I applaud you for that. I applaud the government. I think it's a great, great change. It means we have to deal with the office on a decade basis, as they do in the United States currently, as opposed to dealing with it once every five years. That's a savings for Canadians, I think, and a savings of time as well. So good show on that.
Turning back to the foreign arena, last week you made your historic trip to Burma. I visited the country 10 years ago, for a number of weeks. Your trip, though, I believe was the first official visit by a Canadian foreign affairs minister. I'm really pleased to see Canada taking the lead in the international community and being a strong voice for democratic elements in Burma, or Myanmar, as it's officially known.
Can you describe your overall impression of your visit and why you believe engagement with this country is important?