Mr. Speaker, the Quebec minister responsible for restructuring has not kept his word. On March 19, 1995, on the RDI show "Point de presse", he announced his plans concerning the release of his 40 studies on separation.
He said basically the following: "We were quite clear on the scheduling. The time frame was between March 15 and mid-June, approximately. The studies were released on March 13, so we met our deadline. I have no reason to believe at this time that we will not remain on schedule."
This is June 20, yet only eight of the propaganda minister's 40 costly studies have been released to date. Are we to understand that this costly partisan exercise is not producing the desired results and that this is why the minister is taking so long to publish the rest of the studies?