Thank you, Mr. Chair.
My thanks to our guests for joining us today.
As I listened to you, I got the impression that we are going to run into difficulty. The picture you paint seems difficult to change. The problem is that we need to change it. The material produced at the moment does not meet our needs, by which I mean that members of Parliament find it increasingly difficult to follow what is going on. But that is one of the things that the documents are supposed to do.
How is it that the estimates and the budget are so difficult to match in a short time, but it would be easier to do with more time? Is it because corners are cut? Why is it not possible to produce both in a reasonably short time?