Madam Speaker, I would like to thank the minister for his explanation.
However, I am still skeptical about part 7. I listened carefully when the minister explained the part about the commission of a terrorism offence. In the broader conversation, people are comparing Bill C-59 to Bill C-51.
Bill C-59 is 260 pages long. Many parts of it are very administrative and relate to structural changes. I will talk about that later.
Everyone agrees that the government's approach here is wrong. National security experts say so. Conservatives sent the same message with our amendments. Even the Senate's amendment confirmed that the government's approach is wrong. Despite all that, the minister insists that he has the right solution.
Is the government butting heads with everyone just because it wants to keep its election promise to change Bill C-51 at any cost?