The point that I was about to conclude is that the amendments that are on notice tear apart the principle and the heart of that bill. So I said that I personally, and I speak for my party, I think reflect what happened in the House of Commons when every member accepted the bill.
One of the principles of procedure in the House is that the bill comes from the House to this committee for second reading, and we can amend things administratively. The government can go ahead and do things without seeking legislative approval. So my question is, if the government is no longer willing to support its own member in the partial financing of the monument, then it can only mean that the government no longer supports that bill, no longer supports the establishment of a Holocaust monument.