Mr. President, Conference. We need to reduce our expenses so I think some of you may object to this provision. The salaries of members of Congress, according to this Constitution, are set by themselves without any restrictions or restrictions. As such, they will probably allow themselves to enjoy the greatest salary, and may decide that the compensation for their activities is as high as they want. I think that if they are good people, it is the sophistication and nobility that will make them satisfied with a moderate salary. Washington Redskins filter face mask. But in the Constitution, there is no provision to ensure this, whether they have the opposite trend? I truly believe that if the state legislature reserves the right to set the amount that will be paid to them, no inconvenience will occur and the public will be more satisfied. But also in this section there is yet another defect that can cause more serious consequences.