Hon. Wayne Easter (Malpeque, Lib.): My question really relates to the open collective bargaining part of the agreement. One thing that is outlined by Canada and the ILO is how important collective bargaining is to Jordan. I want my colleague’s response on this. The problem is that Canada is setting a bad example because the Minister of Labour has cut the collective bargaining process off at the knees by always coming in on the side of management. That is not free and open collective bargaining. Does the member think that might have an impact as we tell Jordan it should have free and open collective bargaining when our own government is abusing that collective bargaining process in terms of government powers?