Thank you, Mr. Chair.
The 48-hour, 7-day, 30-day timeline that I think the member is referring to has been in IRPA since IRPA was enacted in 2002. That's well before the Supreme Court of Canada decision. It's the timeline for detention reviews before the immigration division for people who are detained pursuant to division 6 of IRPA. The Charkaoui decision dealt with a different detention regime that applies to those people who are subject to security certificates and it had different timelines. It wasn't the 48-, 7-, 30-day timeline.