Mr. Speaker, in making his remarks, the hon. member opposite referred to me and said that he was sure I would agree that the matter was a difficult one and that it should be given more consideration. I want to assure the House that I do not agree with that assertion. As 1 proposed the bill, it is totally a matter of civil liberties within Canada. That is all it touches. I cannot understand why consultation should be necessary to determine whether we should protect the civil liberties of Canadians.
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