Yes, very quickly.
We raised the issue of
extraterritoriality. We have noticed that certain provisions of the convention have not been repeated in Bill S-9, including offences committed abroad against a Canadian citizen, offences committed against a state or a government facility of that state abroad, including an embassy or diplomatic or consular premises, and offences committed abroad by a permanent resident or a stateless person who habitually resides in that state.
Can you explain to us why that was not repeated in Bill S-9?