A SCRUTINY member has questioned whether the entire Home Department board should resign in the wake of the AFR debacle.
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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.
CONSULTANTS being used as part of the States-wide efficiency drive have racked up expenses totalling nearly £590,000 so far.
ANOTHER report has been ordered on whether to introduce simultaneous electronic voting – just nine months after the States last debated the issue.
DEPUTIES who believe in accountability must support a petition for electronic voting, its proposer has said.
STATES members’ pay will partly depend on how many meetings they attend, if an amendment from Deputy Mary Lowe is approved.
RULES governing the declaration of States members’ interests are far too lax and lack transparency, according to members of the States Assembly and Constitution Committee.
ISLANDERS will have greater power to leave property and assets to whom they wish after new inheritance legislation was approved by the States.
ISLANDERS were yesterday disgusted that the States had thrown out all proposals for island-wide voting, according to the deputy behind the original report.
AN INDEPENDENT review of the terms and conditions of all States staff is imperative to ensure the structure of workers’ pay and benefits is sustainable, according to a deputy who has placed an amendment to ensure it gets the go-ahead.
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