Mr. Speaker, that is exactly why we established the commission, to look into what happened in Somalia at the time of the previous government.
We established a commission with three commissioners. It has been in operation for more than two years.
It was the leader of the third party who requested that we finish the inquiry in time for the next election. Now he does not want us to fulfil that request.
The Minister of National Defence said very clearly that the task of the government is to make sure the armed forces can resume their work and operate as they should.
If the commission wants to interview anybody, it has the right to do that. We have given the commission three extensions so far. The Minister of National Defence told it to prepare a report and said that it had three more months to interview people.
The commission has known since early January that it will have to finish its work by the end of March. It still has the time to see Madam Campbell, the former deputy minister or anybody else it wants to see.