Thank you for your questions, Mr. Holland.
I think that it would certainly be in the best interests of the country to have those recommendations examined carefully and the ones that are deemed to be effective implemented, but I don't see that as a necessary first step towards maintaining these powers. We're not talking about powers that have been exploited or abused at all. This notion that these powers are some kind of first step down the slippery slope to fascism or some kind of jack-booted changes in our fundamental way of life I don't think holds water.
So I don't think that the changes that are being recommended in this bill need to be held hostage to the implementation of recommendations of other inquiries.