Mr. Speaker, I would like to thank my colleague. In fact, she is right.
As we have said over and over, many tax experts are criticizing the fact that the bill is very complicated, given its scope. Too much time passes between the amendments and their application. Too many measures have to be adopted at the same time. Therefore, the government should introduce bills on a more regular basis, with much fewer changes, so that they are easier to understand.
When even tax experts find the bill difficult to understand, imagine what this can mean for mere mortals and businesses. This affects our economy, and also democracy, because we have to vote on it. However, it is difficult to get at the facts when even the tax experts cannot figure the bill out.