Mr. Speaker, again I thank my colleague for the question.
Obviously I agree with his opinion and the comments he made. There is clearly a problem when it comes to the judiciary.
The Minister of Justice is not replacing judges as quickly as we would like. Many positions are vacant. There are not enough judges to hear all the criminal cases.
I think that is a real problem. It is not just a political problem, it is a problem of justice, and it is being felt all across Canada.
As my colleague said, there is no system currently in place to ensure that in future, judges that retire or leave the bench will be replaced on time.
I get the impression that the government is improvising. It improvises every month and every time a new problem comes up. The government has no plan for filling these vacancies; instead of coming up with a plan, it introduced Bill C-51.