The Obama administration has released its plan to close the detention centre at Guantanamo Bay in Cuba and transfer its remaining detainees to a facility in the United States.
Obama vowed during his 2008 campaign to close the facility, and his current plan marks a last-ditch effort to do so.
But there are some challenges he will face. The administration is currently prohibited by law from moving Guantanamo detainees to the U.S., and some states have been opposed to the idea of taking in the detainees.
We asked what you think of the plan: Does the U.S. need Gitmo? What would be a better alternative? Will Obama's plan work? You weighed in via CBC Forum, our experiment to encourage a different type of conversation on our website.