This has to do with treaties. Some years ago the Minister of Finance said they had appointed Mr. Breadner to a privileged position because he was an expert in drafting treaties. When he had that job he did not draft a treaty. Now he is out, and we have treaties with different countries. May I ask the Prime Minister who is drafting treaties now that the expert Mr. Breadner is out of his job and on superannuation?
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