Mr. Speaker, I thank my colleague for his question. Indeed, the great defenders of the status quo are the Liberals.
The Conservatives have been swearing to us for 10 years that they want to reform the Senate. However, we might think that they are also in favour of the status quo, given their poor results since they first promised to reform the Senate.
The only ones who do not want to change anything are the Liberals, with the exception of the Liberal senators, or rather the senators who are Liberal. That is the big Liberal reform.
In my view, the Liberals are advocating for the status quo. They might provide explanations, but the fact is that they do not want to change anything. They let scandals come and go and tell themselves that there are no problems. They do not see the need for reform. According to them, everything is perfect. The only thing that is going to change is that the Liberal senators will now be called “senators who are Liberal”. That is the big Liberal reform.