So far, we haven't found anybody.
One of the concerns I have is not only the question of the independence of the judiciary. As you know from some of the statements I've made, I'm not opposed to police officers' being appointed on occasion to either the federal committee or the provincial ones. As Mr. Trudell has set out accurately, it's the process that led us to this one and what appears to all of us to be a real threat to the independence of the judiciary. I'm concerned about that, but I really don't want that comment.
I'm equally concerned about the politicization of our police. Have you given any thought to the fact that once this government is out of power, which will be shortly—that was just for my friends across the way—you will be faced at some point, whether sooner or later, with a different government, and that it will say this is wrong? As all three of the parties have taken that position, it's going to happen at some point. You will be seen to be isolated in favour of one political party. Has the association given that any consideration?