Just for the record, Mr. Chairman, I think that is a mistake. Again, these constitutional conventions have worked very well over the years. However, that said, you've made yourself very clear in that regard.
You indicated that the process that is in place now is outdated. The process that was developed in previous parliaments, which is to have members of Parliament have a look at this, is not really that old. Wouldn't you say, Madam Justice Minister, that having elected members of Parliament look at it means there is a connection to the public of this country, that it's a fair way to do it, and that to turn this over to a committee that is not directly responsible to the public and not directly elected is less accountable than the process that has been in place?