Mr. Speaker, I just want to support my hon. Leader. Mr. Speaker, whilst agreeing with the hon. Majority Leader that he is capable of handling any business in this House, I think that he will also agree that, he will not accept responsibility, totally, for any mistakes that he might make on behalf of the hon. Minister. As my hon. Leader said - this anti-terrorism issue is not a simple matter; it is not a child's play.
Mr. Speaker, it will take a national position, national image -- Mr. Speaker, the hon. Attorney-General and Minister for Justice goes outside to represent us in international fora and he will make
representations and other things to defend a position that this country has taken and not the hon. Majority Leader in that capacity as the hon. Attorney-General and Minister for Justice.
Mr. Speaker, we are only asking
that this House should be allowed to do something that will stand the test of time and not that we are just against any business in this House. We want to do it so that in future we are not asked, “Who was responsible for this?” “Why did we not do this and that?” And then the man would say, “I only acted as Majority Leader and that I was not the Attorney-General and Minister for Justice”.