Mr. Speaker, I think it might be wise for the health minister to think through the implications for the victims who are suffering today.
For those who were infected it does not matter whether they were infected in 1985 or 1986. All they know is that they have the disease and that they are suffering. What difference does that make? It is still wrong. These people are still suffering.
The Prime Minister is morally responsible because it was a government regulated blood system that wrongfully infected all these people, regardless of when it happened.
Why is the Prime Minister allowing his health minister to have a two tier system set up for this problem?