In terms of the mandatory elements of the bill, not those elements that provide the CEO some discretion—the third party regime is a mandatory element—I'm quite confident that the bill will be implemented. What I said the other day and what I can repeat today is that the manner in which it's implemented may not be the long-term optimal manner.
Specifically, for example, in the case of third parties, we would like to move to a form of online transparency that goes beyond simply PDFs. You can search within a report, but you can't look at contributions, not easily, across third party reports using PDFs posted online. It's very labour-intensive.
Certainly, that's the kind of work that will not be done for this election. That does not mean that the rules will not be implemented, but certainly that after the election there will be room for improvements in the manner of their implementation.