The message is out, gentlemen across the table.
Mr. Topp, my next question is for you. I want to tell you that I too am delighted that chapter 11 has disappeared. Several years ago now, I often demonstrated in the streets to denounce this chapter, which was in fact a charter of rights for big business.
Several months ago, a meeting was held in Montreal with a U.S. Senate committee, the Ways and Means Committee. Members of this committee began talking about the importance of improving the working conditions of Mexican workers. I was puzzled because I thought they were going to talk about American workers. However, the Americans had understood that they could not keep good jobs in the United States if they did not improve the working conditions and wages of Mexican workers.
There's a first in the new agreement. There seems to be an agreement to set up a mechanism for complaints, monitoring and possibly sanctions if rights, including trade union rights or free collective bargaining rights, are violated in Mexico.
What have you found in your experience with this group? How confident are you in its effectiveness?