Madam Speaker, I believe we have come a long way and I believe the issues have been articulated by the Chairman of the Committee. Clearly, we have difficulties. The Paper indeed, in the form of a report, has been laid and Madam Speaker, indeed, in this particular matter, the Order quoted by the Majority Leader, unfortunately, is irrelevant to the House. Madam Speaker, in this case, the Order that is relevant to us is Order 75 and indeed, Order 161, that is, regarding reports from committees.
Madam Speaker, if a report from a committee is laid, I do not know in what form a report could be laid other than the normal, the usual form that the report takes; that is, the introduction, the body, the observations and conclusions and so on.
Madam Speaker, clearly, as the Chairman has said, yes, a document was laid and we all presumed that it was correct. It was later found out that it contained some mistakes. The Chairman drew my attention to it and we decided that instead of going forward and moving
backward, it would rather help our cause if we did the cleansing of the report. That is what we are trying to do.
I must say that we have almost finished and I believe if we have about 30 minutes after adjournment, we could finish with it and then have it printed so that by tomorrow morning before we come everyone would have got a copy of it. At least, for about two hours we could peruse the document before we come and sit down so that we do not have further problems, at least relating to this report covering the ten nominees. And I believe we are capable of dealing with the ten nominees tomorrow.
Madam Speaker, I have taken a cue from the Hon Chairman of the Committee, the First Deputy Speaker; I am not taking a clue from him, I am taking a cue from here - [Hear! Hear!] and that being the case, I second the motion by the Majority Leader that we adjourn until tomorrow at 10.00 o'clock in the forenoon. I beg to second the motion.