trying to teach the hon. chairman a lesson any more than he himself does to the judges when he pleads before them. At present, I am expressing my viewpoint and I contend that, as representative of a constituency in Canada, I am entitled to put any question to the hon. minister.
present, discussing a point of law. The minister does not figure in this, it is just as if he did not exist, moreover, it is the usual practice, the minister does not figure at present-I am simply discussing a point of law, a question of principle.