Well, that's what advisers are for: their job is to give opinions. There are different approaches and different visions. A decision-maker must take every opinion into account. That's what I'm trying to do. Here’s another problem: the Central Bank is being heavily criticized. For having taken too many financial institutions under its control, for having spent too much money, for having paid large dividends to the shareholders, and so on and so forth. It was actually not to the shareholders that most of the payments went. The shareholders were hardly paid anything. The bank was paying citizens to minimize their losses from this or that institution failure, in the long run… I know, some people will just have a look, get angry, and say: "I suffered damages". But the Central Bank's task was to prevent millions of people from suffering this damage, to prevent weak financial institutions from borrowing too much money from people, from the population, just the way real estate developers would do to the defrauded homebuyers. And then just flee, to reappear somewhere in London, as usual. That is why we had to resort to resolution procedures at some point. Whether it was done well or badly, is another question. The Central Bank took away the assets of these financial institutions, but not for good, and it is not going to keep them forever. They will be reorganized and reintroduced into the market. The Central Bank has a relevant plan, they brief me.