Mr. Speaker, the Somalia problem started when we were in opposition. We asked for an inquiry ourselves. That was a problem that existed before we formed the government.
We are trying to get to the bottom of it. We have an inquiry. We extended its mandate to make sure that everything is in the open and that the people of Canada know what happened when this incident occurred, which was before we were the government.
As far as the Minister of National Defence and myself are concerned, I would not accept his resignation if he were to offer it because under the circumstances, he has done a very good job. We are very supportive and proud of him.