HOME minister Jonathan Le Tocq wants to get on with running a busy department rather than debate the AFR saga.
Afr Advocates news
STATES members will now have the chance to discuss the AFR saga in the Assembly.
A SCRUTINY member has questioned whether the entire Home Department board should resign in the wake of the AFR debacle.
PRESSURE is mounting for a States debate into the AFR saga following a second political resignation yesterday.
THE Scrutiny Committee’s decision not to put its report into the AFR saga before the States is a strange one, according to some politicians.
THE Home Department could face a vote of no confidence if it fails to respond to a damning review into its handling of the AFR Advocates saga, according to a senior politician.
A FORMER Scrutiny member believes the committee’s damning review into Home’s dealings of the AFR saga should be debated.
HOME failed to justify its reasons for not releasing the cost of the AFR settlement, a damning review by Scrutiny has revealed.
THANKS to yesterday’s public Scrutiny Committee hearing into the AFR Advocates affair, islanders now know a number of critical pieces of information that had earlier been hidden.
HOME’S political judgement is today in the spotlight after it was revealed that members backed down over releasing the costs of the AFR settlement following staff and legal advice.