Mr. Speaker, it is very important to realize that the process which has been going on for nearly two years will in fact go on until the end of June.
I am convinced that the report that will be produced by the commissioners will be of the utmost importance to the government and to Canadians in general.
We have no intention and, in fact, no reason to protect anyone at all. We have to make a decision, on behalf of the government, that allows us to proceed with changes in the Canadian Forces and the Department of National Defence, to ensure that in future they will work far more effectively, in a far more acceptable fashion.
We are fully aware of the problem that arose in Somalia and of what has happened since Somalia. What interests the vast majority of Canadians is that we find solutions instead of continuing-