Saturday 28 September
On 20 November 2012 the States voted to make “Reform Day” an officially recognised and celebrated day in the
It was to be in memory of the events of 28 September 1769 when Islanders overthrew the
Royal Court etc – then in session – to demand substantial reform of the systems of justice, government and administration.
The Vote on Deputy T. Pitman’s Proposition P107/2012 last October being;
21 for, 18 against and 12 absent.
The 21 were;
Michael Le Troquer
Roy Le Herissier
John Le Bailly
No events, official or otherwise, appear to have been organised this year – 2013 – the first opportunity to celebrate the events of 1769, in accordance with the States decision.