Does the Minister consider it satisfactory that an amendment of a very serious nature, involving significant changes in our law, should be circulated this morning for debate today, without any opportunity for people in the financial or legal community, who are expert in judging these matters and indicating the possible legal flaws that there may be in the proposals made by the Minister to examine it? Is this something that the Minister is satisfied with, that these should be circulated this morning for debate in this House for all the Minister knew no later than 4 o'clock this afternoon, without any possibility of the people with legal expertise outside this House bringing that expertise to bear in advising Members of this House as to whatever flaws there may be in this legislation? Does the Minister consider this a satisfactory procedure as far as the making of legislation is concerned? He is introducing highly complex sections, which were not even included in the main lists of amendments to the Bill but are introduced so late that they cannot be included even in the green list. If the Minister thinks that this is satisfactory, what purpose does he think this debate serves? If he thinks that this is a satisfactory manner of introducing legislation, he must not have much regard for the procedures which take place in this House.