Thank you, Mr. Chair.
As we know, Mr. Clement and the Prime Minister, or should I say Mr. Soudas, like to notify the world of their decisions via their Twitter accounts. I would like to think that you were notified officially of some of the things that Mr. Clement and the Prime Minister have been talking about via their tweets. I hope that's the case.
I want to say that I have great respect for the CRTC. I believe it's an important institution. Of course, to fulfill its mandate it does occasionally require direction from government, and that takes into account the rapidly evolving technical world in which we live. I believe, for example, the CRTC made the right decision with respect to Globalive in the case of the wireless spectrum auction.
Unfortunately, I think, in the absence of any leadership from this government on such very fundamental issues as their commitment to net neutrality, their view of open e-government, their direction with respect to foreign investment in the telecom sector, and the importance of providing high-speed Internet to all Canadians, it is very difficult for you to carry out your task and to interpret your mandate. So I view the situation today as primarily one of a lack of leadership on the part of the government.
Having said that, we all saw the tweet that came from Mr. Clement that basically said if you don't reverse your decision, then he's going to reverse it.
Mr. von Finckenstein, what do you intend to do as a result of that tweet?