Tuesday, 20 March 2012

Questions without Answers. Version 20/03/12.

  1. 5. Deputy T.M. Pitman of St. Helier will ask the following question of the Minister for Home Affairs –

    “Are the States of Jersey Police resourced to the same standard as forces in the UK, in terms of training and software, to deal with so-called ‘cyber-crime’?”

    1. Deputy M. Tadier of St. Brelade will ask the following question of H.M. Attorney General –

    “Would H.M. Attorney General confirm that when a Minister has made a discretionary decision, and it then emerges that the decision was unlawful or was procedurally unfair, the Minister’s successor is able to reconsider the decision in question?”'

    1. Deputy T.M. Pitman of St. Helier will ask the following question of the Chairman of the Privileges and Procedures Committee –

      “Given that a democratic deficit exists in relation to representation in the Assembly between heavily populated and less populated Parishes, what steps, if any, does the Committee believe can be taken to ensure that the issue of under-representation is fully addressed by the Committee and its sub-committees in co-operation with the Electoral Commission?” 

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Anonymous said...

Thanks for helping us keep up with what was said. Good job.

Anonymous said...

“The Police have not managed to pin it on him”. Pin it on him? I don’t like the sound of that neither do I like the idea of States Members working in this way. The States should not be used to take shots at people when they cannot defend themselves as that really is bullying.

Anonymous said...

Thanks TJW.

Well I heard about it and to say during live States debate that you will deal with a member of the public with a 'bit of two-by-four' is shocking. I do not think we have heard the last if this by a mile.

voiceforchildren said...



Anonymous said...

Any States Member that uses PP to make accusations against people yet hasn't got the balls to repeat them outside of the Chamber is simply a coward.

Anonymous said...

Deputy Pitman is a slime ball. How cowardly can you get?