Thank you very much, Chair.
I'm pleased to be here. I'm not normally on the committee, so unlike all those who have said that “It's great to see you” or “I haven't seen you” or “I just saw you lately”, I've never seen you before.
Thank you for being here.
I'm trying to clarify a couple of things. We talk about transparency and creating a level playing field when it comes to political financing. I want to touch on the transparency part first.
On page four of your presentation, you talked about about how “vouching does not remove the obligation to prove identity and address, it simply provides an alternative mechanism”, in which the voucher and the voter take a declaration. That is required. Then you said that they still require a piece of ID.