Thank you very much, Mr. Chair.
I want to go back to the question of partnerships, having used my previous five minutes up completely.
When you talk about the various levels of engagement, I had some personal experience in my previous life working in Afghanistan and running into the NDS, the National Directorate of Security. I guess you could say this is an organization that, if you even look at the last couple of weeks, has had success in thwarting terrorist threats. At the same time, the Afghanistan Independent Human Rights Commission has condemned the NDS for its methods in doing so. It's really ignoring the rule of law and quite often using torture.
I have a question. When we talk about exchanging information, you can see the possible problems—and I think Mr. Goguen was talking about some of those for Canadian nationals who may be of Afghan origin—if you're exchanging information with an organization like that. Where are the guarantees for protection of the rights of those Canadians?