I know the problem. The way we implement treaties is that we usually have a body of law that, to a large extent, can already implement a good part of the treaty. As you indicated, it becomes a situation of looking at where the gaps are in the domestic law and then presenting to Parliament a bill that will fill the gaps, because the existing legal framework already would implement certain parts of the treaty.
My first question is that I hope we're being transparent. That's why we're here as witnesses: to help you understand the process of where the gaps are.