Speaker, there has been no attempt to undermine the rights of those who own property; I don't remember any. I think that there were measures that were taken into account. Indeed, since 1994, these processes have been moving. Gaps have been found; weaknesses have been found. This is what we are trying to correct. I don't think there is an attempt to undermine the rights of those who own land.
What we have been trying to do is determine how we deal with the land so that citizens of this country are all able to benefit from the land - all of them - ... [Applause.] ... in a manner which is within the context of the law. We have emphasised this. The process that I talked about, that the Minister is working on, is not attempting to undermine the rights. It is actually attempting to streamline the manner in which we deal with this question. I don't think anything has gone wrong. Thank you.