That's understood completely.
I hope my colleagues will permit me one short question.
Ms. Basnicki and Ms. Beazley, in the event this committee decides that hybridization in some form is a good thing, not a bad thing, and decides to leave in the hybridization provisions, am I correct in reflecting that your testimony is saying that, even if some elements are hybridized, there are certain offences, for different reasons, whether moral, philosophical or because the crimes are so heinous in terms of perception, that we should be looking carefully at the list and carving those out, such as terrorism-related offences or, as in your case, offences against religious officials?
Is that what you're basically recommending? I think it is.