Thursday, 31 January 2013

Questions without Answers. 29/01/13.


"Well you alright my Lovee" At Last The Connectable of St Saviours asks a Question.
"you Keep it up, My Lovee" Put keep your Language Parliamentary "a"
First tonight.


  6. Deputy S. Pitman of St. Helier will ask the following question of the Chairman of Privileges and Procedures Committee – 

“Will the Chairman advise whether any consideration has been given to having a separate referendum question on the same day as the proposed electoral reform referendum, namely on the ‘Carswell’  recommendation that the Bailiff should cease to act as President of the States? And if not, why not?”

Now This one just shows us the contempt that the COM Has for anyone! The Minister was given this Question LAST THURSDAY. An Absolute Disgrace.
What other Government would but up if this?
O None, But Good Old Jersey

 8. Senator S.C. Ferguson will ask the following question of the Minister for Health and Social Services –  

“Would the Minister confirm the size of population upon which the size of the proposed new hospital is being based?”





 10. Deputy T.M. Pitman of St. Helier will ask the following question of the Chief Minister –
 
“Does the Chief Minister consider that option B of the Electoral Commission meets international standards outlined by the Venice Commission - in that it proposes the votes of those in urban areas such as St. Helier for example would be worth less than others? If so, how does he believe this to be compatible with Council of Ministers’ commitment to promoting fairness as part of a strong and successful Island?





 He Likes Dressing Up!

 14. Deputy J.M. Maçon of St. Saviour will ask the following question of the Chairman of Privileges and Procedures Committee –  

“Can the Chairman explain whether the proposed referendum will carry a participation threshold, before the results will be deemed credible as there is no provision for this in the 2002 Referendum (Jersey) Law 2002 or in P.52/2013 and, if not, why not?”






 17. Deputy T.M. Pitman of St. Helier will ask the following question of the Minister for Treasury and Resources – 

“Given the Electoral Commission has put forward Option B which suggests that votes of those in urban areas such as St. Helier for example would be worth less than others, would the Minister be able to balance this discrimination by reducing taxation for such electors?” 






 18. Deputy R.G. Le Hérissier of St. Saviour will ask the following question of the Minister for Treasury and Resources – 

“Given, from information released last week, that only 737 home connections have been made between August 2012 and now in the Gigabyte Jersey project, how does the Minister reconcile this with his answer to Senator Ferguson on 26th June 2012 that the rate of connections was anticipated to rise to 2000 per month? How much of the Budget of £41.5 million remains to be spent?”



Now we had Constable of St Saviour asking the Transport Minister why he's going to be resurfacing Rue Des Pres Trading Estate & not the roads that do really need it.


Now there was a bit of interference just before she Asks her Question, So please Bare with it. 
 Radio Jersey are going to look into it.



She just can't Stop her Self  "a"

"Very Well Done my Love"
Now keep it up.


TheJerseyWay would like to Credit & Thank BBC Radio Jersey for making these recording's possible.

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

Oh. My. God.

I should like to point out to readers that Anne Pryke is responsible for a budget of over £150 million per year and is a key stakeholder in the delivery of a £430 million hospital which is the largest capital project that the States of Jersey have ever undertaken.

Just think about that for a minute.

The hospital will cost four times as much as The Insanerator, and we all know how well that was handled.

Thanks for posting this TJW, you do a great service.

Ian Evans said...

Update on the Troll, another illegal police raid, two more sexual assaults (perhaps on minors), and a month of CORRUPTION REVIEWS

Sam Mézec said...

Thanks TJW for uploading these. Lots of questions on the Electoral Commissions recommendations which will be of interest to my readers so I will make sure to share this page.

I try to listen to question time live whenever I can, but sometimes I need to listen to it twice just to clarify that the reason I didn't hear an answer first time round was because one was genuinely not given, and not that I'm just not listening properly.

The way that Senator Gorst, week after week, refuses to answer questions and just generally shows disdain for the whole process of question time shows his (and by extension, his colleagues) contempt for a political system that allows people with power to be held to account.


Great job, keep it up.
Sam

thejerseyway said...

I must admit, can not see the reason to do Rue Du Pres Trading Estate, was there today & could not see any ware that needs it that badly.

TJW.

voiceforchildren said...

TJW.

Disciplinary judgement in the Curtis Warren car bugging case leaked to, and published exclusively by BLOGGERS

Anonymous said...

I stood to attention on hearing our beloved Constable of St Saviour sing the patriotic air "Beautiful Jersey". It brings a tingle to the nationalist hairs on my neck. All States sittings should be preceded by a rendition.

By the way, what is our National Anthem? Does anyone know? We ought to have one now that the island is striking out with an international identity. When a visiting Prince from our shores arrives at Beijing Airport, what will the military band strike up? How about ABBA's "Money, Money, Money"?

Ian Evans said...

Only one way to deal with government corruption...."ACTA NON VERBA".

Ian Evans said...

Conflict of interest in police complaint? SURELY NOT!

Anonymous said...

Jersey's Island Anthem - as chosen by the States of Jersey - is Island Home written by Gerard Le Feuvre. Jersey's national anthem is still God Save the Queen.

voiceforchildren said...

TJW.

The plot continues to thicken after this latest "exclusive" from Former Jersey Chief Police Officer, Graham Power QPM, tells us THE EVIDENCE DID NOT COME FROM ME"