Thank you very much. I certainly appreciate learning of your support for Amnesty International.
Absolutely, we agree that speedy, expeditious processing of refugee claims is not just an important government objective, it's an important objective for refugees themselves. Obviously they want their fate to be resolved. They want to be able to move on with rebuilding lives, reunite with family, and most importantly have that critical psychosocial sense of safety. At the same time, we have to be certain that we are not doing so in ways that may set unrealistic, unfair timelines that make it very difficult or even impossible for people to adequately prepare or present their cases. We also have to make sure that at the same time we're moving towards expeditiousness, we're not adopting policies that contravene key international human rights standards, such as the provisions I outlined earlier that are of concern to Amnesty International around arbitrary detention.
With respect to countries of origin—