Mr. Speaker, in exactly 62 minutes he will be in front of a committee replying to questions of members of parliament. It is not in hiding. It is in the open. He explains how he manages the files and members can ask him questions. But there is too, for every member of parliament in their private affairs, an element that when they have blind trust, that means that trust has to be blind. He will reply to questions. I have written a letter and I have replied to all the questions in the House. You can ask Mr. Wilson questions this afternoon.
In the House of Commons on May 6th, 1999. See this statement in context.