Chief Pleas debates aims of Reform Law


REMOVING items that are no longer relevant in the modern age are the aims of the Sark Reform Law, the chairman of its Policy and Performance Committee has said.

Lt-Governor ‘should no longer get to approve Sark budget’


IT IS no longer appropriate for the Lt-Governor to approve Sark’s Chief Pleas budget, the island’s Policy Development Team has said.
A report on the island’s Reform Law is to be put to Chief Pleas on 20 January and, while it is for information purposes, members of the Sark government will be able to give feedback on their preferences.
The document, which is to be presented by the Policy and Performance Committee on behalf of the Reform Law (Good Governance) Policy Development Team, recommends that the budget should be sent to the Lt-Governor for information purposes only.