It should improve the process because you're eliminating the avenue in terms of recourse to the Federal Court, in the sense that you're limiting them to the Federal Court. They don't have access to RAD. You've removed the regulatory stay provisions.
People who lose their refugee claims would have to satisfy the Federal Court on the tripartite test of an arguable case that the balance of convenience and irreparable harm issues favour the claimant, otherwise they'll be removed from Canada. Expeditious removal will serve as a deterrent. If it's a deterrent, there will be fewer claims from countries that normally do not produce refugees, and therefore more resources will be devoted to those countries where refugees are produced.
If the minister is consistent with his approach, there may be problematic areas. Countries such as Mexico, and the Romas, from countries like the Czech Republic, Hungary, and other parts of eastern Europe will be difficult cases because there are successful claims regarding both of those.
It will be interesting to see how the minister determines it. That's why I'm in favour of a process that will allow public input, to make sure the determination is consistent with the legislation laid out by Parliament and that it is fair to all concerned. But it should it have a favourable impact.