Yes, it's the same point of order, Mr. Chair.
I just find it irregular and inappropriate that the amendments be sent out the night before. We don't have an opportunity to analyze them, and then we have to walk into a meeting prepared to discuss them and debate them without having understood the essence of them. As I read them here and now, I think they fundamentally alter the bill, and I don't know that we can discuss the bill without having an opportunity to dissect the amendments.
I don't think this is regular procedure. It shouldn't be regular procedure that we're handed something as we walk in and be expected to come up and begin to debate it. We are here to debate Mr. Uppal's bill on the Holocaust monument, not his amendments. We can't be handed a document as we walk in the door and be expected to debate it.