Wednesday, 19 March 2014

Questions without Answers. 18/03/14.

Deputy Sam Mezec.

Your first question, well done.

2. Deputy S.Y. Mézec of St. Helier will ask the following question of the Chief Minister –

 “Would the Chief Minister advise whether he is supportive of holding a Royal Commission into
electoral reform in Jersey and, if so, does he intend to lodge a proposition for consideration by
the Assembly in relation to this issue before the general election in October?”

Deputy Nick Le Cornu. Well done.

I'm going to have too apologize to Deputy Nick Le Cornu, because I had technical problems, to which I didn't know I was having. So I missed his First Question and part of Deputy Herissier Question.
I shell try and do better next time.    

8. Deputy R.G. Le Hérissier of St. Saviour will ask the following question of the Minister for Home
Affairs –

 “Given the revelations of the former Drugs and Addictions Counsellor at H.M. Prison La Moye,
could the Minister identify if and when concerns were raised about her conduct, whether it was
considered that a possible criminal offence had been committed which required the intervention
of the police and, if so, why was this person allowed to resign with no police follow up?”

9. Deputy M. Tadier of St. Brelade will ask the following question of the Minister for Home 
Affairs – 
 “Following his response to questions on 4th March 2014, regarding allegations of impropriety at 
the Prison circulated via an email by an anonymous whistle-blower, will the Ministers update 
Members of what subsequent action he taken in relation to this?” 

14. Deputy R.G. Le Hérissier of St. Saviour will ask the following question of the Minister for Home 
Affairs – 
 “Were a large number of mobile phones circulating within the Prison and allegedly linked to a 
high profile inmate and, if so, was the Board of Visitors informed and what action, if any, did it 

(c) – Questions to Ministers without notice (30 minutes) – 
 1st question period – Minister for Planning and Environment 
 2nd question period – Chief Minister 

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voiceforchildren said...


Questions without answers to the alleged Chief Minister doesn't play.

What we have learnt from the Home Affairs Minister, Ian Le Marquand, is that drug possession, supply, and smuggling, is not quite the criminal offence it is to most if you are a States employee.

thejerseyway said...


Well they play on my BBC Commodore Computer, you may have to give your top of the range Apple computer a Kick?

That usually works for them?


Anonymous said...

I tried kicking my ZX81 but the RAM pack fell out of the back :(

On a more serious note, sterling work with these uploads TJW.

Anonymous said...

It's a friendlier assembly compared to when the last 2 were in there.

voiceforchildren said...


Bloggers (Jersey's only independent media) score a minor VICTORY