To our knowledge no proceedings at all have been taken. However, I should like to remind the hon. member that the responsibility of the chief electoral officer is limited to clause 70. It is not within his province to determine whether, in certain cases, action should be taken against any person who has violated section 66 or any other section. Generally speaking it is the privilege, if I can so state it, of any candidate to proceed against another candidate and take proceedings if there is a violation of the act. In other words, everyone has that right. The chief electoral officer, in virtue of this act, has nothing to do with that question. The situation is the same with regard to the Secretary of State, who is only the channel between the chief electoral officer and the House of Commons.