Mr. Speaker, with all due respect for my colleague, we do not see any flaws in our bill.
In my speech, I forgot to mention that we are updating our Citizenship Act to reflect the type of measures we see in the corresponding legislation of our allies and NATO partners.
According to my information, Portugal is the only NATO member that cannot revoke citizenship in a serious case of disloyalty such as treason.
Consequently, we believe that the true flaw was the fact that Canada was just about the only country to not be able to revoke citizenship from dual citizens.
The courts will play a very important role in cases of treason, espionage or terrorism.
If the honourable member would carefully examine the bill, she would find that when a Canadian with dual citizenship becomes a member of an armed force engaged in an armed conflict with the Canadian Armed Forces, the government must provide a declaration indicating all the evidence we have and presents—