Madam Speaker, I thank my colleague for his question.
Earlier, I was saying that the prorogation was a bad idea for democracy. Closure is also a bad idea for democracy.
This is not about going on and on about a bill for 25, 30 or 40 weeks. It is simply a matter of making proposals so that the government and the opposition parties can come to a consensus.
I have been here for two days and for two days I have been hearing the government say that we should work together. We want to do that, but the Liberals are imposing a gag order. That is not democratic, period.