Monday, 21 April 2014
Public Meeting at the Town Hall - Role of the Chief Minister
On Thursday this week Reform Jersey will be hosting a public meeting to discuss the proposed changes to the role of the Chief Minister.
On the 29th April, States Members will be debating the biggest change to the way that Jersey is governed since ministerial government was introduced in 2005.
There has been virtually no public discussion on the proposed changes whatsoever, and we have no idea if the public are concerned that power is being taken away from the States Members they elect and given to a Chief Minister that they don't elect.
Reform Jersey opposes these changes and believes that democracy in Jersey is under threat, yet again.
We are providing an opportunity for members of the public to stand up and give their opinions on this important topic and hopefully give an indication to the States on what the public mood is on these changes.
If you care about democracy and accountability in Jersey politics, we hope to see you there.
Date - Thursday 24th April
Time - 7.30pm
Venue - Town Hall, St Helier