Mr. Speaker, I will be pleased to repeat the question, and this time, I hope the member understands it.
On January 27, the House of Commons unanimously adopted a Bloc Québécois motion to call on the Minister of Immigration to grant citizenship to Raif Badawi.
That was nearly two months ago. Mr. Badawi is still in prison in Saudi Arabia, and he is still not a citizen.
My question is simple. What has the minister been doing for the past two months?
Why is it that Raif Badawi is still not a citizen, despite the appeal from all members of all parties of the House?