It has been a tense time lately, admittedly. But at the Ministry of Education, more than anywhere, we cannot allow ourselves to be held up by this type of crisis which comes round in cycles. It is not enough to put up a form of passive resistance. We must make use of the crisis in order to speed up a solution to the problems. That it why the debate began the day after the demonstration. From what came out of the round table which the prime minister set up, it is clear that everybody involved is playing their part. I think they realize the importance of the questions which are put to them, and the level of expectations which each one must live up to.