The Leipzig Declaration, designed to be the Conference's key political output, dominated discussions in the corridors today. Delegates are concerned that the text's wordiness will reflect clumsy compromise rather than common cause. According to some, the LD may need to be converted into executive summaries by national governments, so as to be intelligible to the broader audience it is trying to target. Not all were critical, however. According to one delegate, "there are real gems amidst the muck of turgid prose."