There's an enormous amount of public interest in this.
What the government was initially proposing—I have to do some quick math here on the changes—certainly doesn't accommodate the number of people who have approached us and the number of people we would like to have as witnesses before the committee. It certainly doesn't approach the amount of attention that was given to the original anti-terrorism bill before Parliament in 2011.
Again, as I've said, we could accommodate the 25 meetings we're talking about by holding two meetings per day, as was done during the hearings in 2001, or by holding three or four meetings on three or four days of the constituency week. The number of meetings suggested in my original amendment in no way prevents the government from moving forward with this legislation.
The second question I have about the amendment is that, if I'm not mistaken, I believe the government subamendment moves it back to three witnesses per panel. Can I ask for clarification?