At first glance, it looks like a radical change that could be made. But this is not easy, especially from a purely financial point of view, especially in the case of the Ministry of Defense. We have a large number of employees who do not benefit from their rights, especially with regard to the accommodation of the service family. For the most part, they live in the market without any subsidies or support from us for their own private housing. Moving to a situation where more general remuneration is made available to staff in order to allow the majority to have a greater choice may be quite expensive and difficult, but it is certainly on the table. There are different ways to make such an allocation work, at least in theory.  . . . .