You have a critical, a key role to play. Therefore, based on some of the questions you have been asking and the discussions we have been having, you must identify your role.
Then, how do you make the executive implement what it has said in its plan? You are almost at a point where you can interact with individuals in the provinces. You are interacting with provinces and local governments, and now we are saying, "Here is this huge plan." I think your task as public representatives is going to be to put government under pressure to implement this programme. To me, in this House you should be saying, "We now have this plan by the executive. What is our plan as a House to make the executive implement this plan?" That is absolutely crucial. You are also in a better position to tell us when our emphasis or priorities in different areas are not accurate. This is what you need to do.
So, I am expecting that, as a House and the executive, we are going to be working together. Thank you very much. [Applause.]