There is of course the whole legislative process, but well before that, it may be necessary to hold consultations on certain fundamentally different, but complementary, parts of this complex legislation. Some parts are directly aimed at the public, while others are much more directed at the machinery of government.
Those different amendments may require parallel activities, but they will have to be combined at some point. We need to assess what we can do in the coming months and year and determine how far the minister can go within the current mandate. Then we will determine the next steps and establish a critical path. That is what we are studying.