I just have a quick comment.
Mr. Pasaribu, you explained quite clearly how problems such as climate change, the financial crisis and the economic slowdown are fundamentally global problems at this point in time.
In my view, this state of affairs is the result of the failure on the part of the leaders of a number of countries to face up to these crises. What's more, parliamentarians are responsible for not ensuring that an adequate number of international structures were in place. We have parliamentary associations and friendship groups, such as the Canada-Indonesia friendship group.
Would you be in favour of inviting a group of about twenty parliamentarians from Indonesia to take part in an Internet exchange of views on these issues? This is the type of discussions that people around the world are engaging in these days.
Furthermore, would you care to venture an opinion on the resurgence of the importance of the State? People have come to realize that neo-liberalism doesn't amount to anything, that more adequate safeguards and controls need to be re-introduced and that much work needs to be done to come up with effective international safeguards.