Hon Speaker, the issue of the subsidy, particularly for young graduates coming out of university, has been raised in this House very recently. It has been raised as one aspect that we thought was important for us to deal with, as one sees the increase in the number of the unemployed; particularly people who come out of the tertiary institutions with skills.
These people are locked out because they don't have experience. This is because the minimum wage is very high and the companies want experienced people. We have suggested that we consider the issue and see what we can do to address the issue. I'm sure the Minister was raising that within that context.
This is, of course, a matter that we need everyone to agree on in order to debate. For example, as you know, unions have raised issues regarding that matter. I think we need an opportunity to discuss and see whether we are agreed on those matters or not.
I'm sure if government just moved on with the plan, there would be people who would complain about dictatorship. You would be questioning government for enforcing things while other people are raising issues. So, the matters are being considered. Once it is agreed, I'm sure we will be able to work on the plan. This is the plan and this is how it must be implemented. Thank you.