Saturday, December 8, 2012

Jersey Scrutiny past, present and future...the questions that you always wanted to ask and more...

With 51 elected States members the Jersey system of government is already failing - especially when it comes to the scrutiny process.

The current proposal of the Electoral Commission to reduce the number of elected States members to just 42 will mean that scrutiny must inevitably collapse.

Here in a five part posting the whole scrutiny process is discussed with Deputies Roy Le Herissier and Trevor Pitman (parts 1 to 3) and Deputy J. Macon (parts 4 and 5).

Sorry we could not show the sibilant "c" and for any other technical failings but we hope that it does not spoil your ability to enjoy and learn from this extensive posting.

Thanks to all for participating and to the technical team....








4 comments:

  1. How the people are denied a fair trial in Jersey....The legacy of LIARS, LAWYERS, AND JU-RATS!!!

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  2. Looks like there is a blanket ban on prosecuting any BENT COPS

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  3. A little something that blows Jersey Corruption wide open again!

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  4. The people are starting to PULL BACK The curtain!

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