Really, Mr. Speaker. The learned professor has just stepped out of the classroom, has he not? Now he is venturing into burlesque, and I admit it suits him well.
Everyone, including the prime minister, understood yesterday that it is established facts that matter in international law. In other words, international law recognizes facts.
Can the prime minister or his minister explain to us, with a little more gravity, why he thinks that, in international law, established facts apply everywhere but in Quebec?