Those are my points of order.
I do have one other point, Mr. Chair, that I would like to raise, and that is with respect to the right to due process.
Tying in to these two points, and so that there is no confusion about my point of view and that my privilege is not violated, I just want to be clear that I don't believe that having the right to appeal really incents people to come forward and to fraud the system. I don't think people say, “Hey, you know what? I think I'm going to think about how to fraud the system, because I have the right to appeal.” I don't think that.
I think that if for some reason people have been charged, with the view that they have somehow misrepresented...or presented fraud in their application, then they should have the right to appeal.
It is a fundamental democratic right to have that due process in place, because sometimes officials make mistakes, too, Mr. Chair. When that happens, you should have the right to challenge the officials, and say, “You know, I don't know where you got that information from, but here are the facts of the case.” Appeals are really important.
Anyway, I want to make sure that my privilege was not violated, and I want to put these issues on the record, seeing as my name was mentioned a couple of times.