I'm trying to say why we should postpone this bill for another week. We have to understand the motivation of the government in putting forward these amendments, which we actually have in front of us. They haven't been presented, and perhaps they won't be presented. The nature of the amendments is to allow the government to have the monument erected, and as a mayor for many years, I know what monuments are like. They can either give you praise or criticism.
So what we have here is the government distancing itself from the design and location of the monument. If it turns out to be great...and if it doesn't, well, then, there's another body that can take the flak for it. I see this is what the government is doing here with these amendments. Fine, but I would like to see that wholesome discussion. I think if people want to take credit for something, they should be engaged in it. What you've put forward is that the government should be engaged in developing this monument, and I think that's correct. It's a political decision and it should have consequences in its outcome.