'Positive signs' for consensus model of government

AN INVESTIGATION into reforming the structure of Guernsey’s government is on target to report on time – and early indications are that people are keen to keep the existing consensus model.

AN INVESTIGATION into reforming the structure of Guernsey’s government is on target to report on time – and early indications are that people are keen to keep the existing consensus model.

The States Review Committee is under a direction to report to the Assembly this year with its initial findings.

Chief Minister Peter Harwood said the first session of evidence gathering had virtually been completed. It includes responses from deputies, former States members, douzeniers and individuals like former Bailiff Sir de Vic Carey.

‘We’ve got to a stage where I think members of the committee are beginning to assimilate their ideas on the back of information and comments we’ve received,’ said Deputy Harwood, pictured. ‘The intention is to have a public consultation, but to use that as a means of testing some ideas.’

Comments for: "'Positive signs' for consensus model of government "

King Maker

wiffle woffle, wiffle woffle... etc.

Expat80

Reforming the structure of Guernsey's government?! About time. And if the exhorbitant payment of public money to GP's are not on the list of 'to do's' , PUT IT ON NOW!

All talk makes...

Well well,could this mean that someone is going to actualy take an

"Active" interest in keeping our Island on the rails, instead of woffling about it?

Sewing up states coffers pockets ,being first on the list!!!!.