Mr. Speaker, I thank my colleague for his speech and his very humanistic approach.
The government dragged its feet for eight years before providing victims with the meaningful measures we have all been waiting for. However, right now, we are working on a bill that has plenty of flaws, especially with regard to financial support for victims. We know that victims still have to pay 83% of costs. Therefore, this is doublespeak. The government does not really provide any financial help. Also, its proposed bill of rights does not include a legal process to ensure that victims' complaints are taken into account.
What does my colleague think about that? What should the government do to really improve this proposed victims bill of rights?