Thank you, Madam Chair.
Ladies and gentlemen, I want to welcome you and thank you for sharing your expertise with us.
I want to continue discussing the issue of adequate and suitable service. Sometimes, “adequate and valid” is used. However, regardless of the interpretations, the concept is still somewhat vague. That fact has been pointed out by many witnesses, including you, this morning.
The issue of data is also brought up again and again. Is that not a solution? Shouldn't the new definition you want for adequate service contracts be evidence-based? It is possible to connect what is handled differently. Data is considered to be too general, confusing and lacking, and the definition is dealt with afterwards. Can you propose a better definition of what adequate service is? It seems a bit vague to me.
I feel that the best way to be clear may be to establish a link with data.
What do you think about that?