Next Week's States Assembly 22 Sep 2020
18th September 2020
The next meeting of the States Assembly commences on Tuesday, 22 September at 9:30am.
The entire sitting will be broadcast live using Microsoft Teams via the following links:
The meeting will begin with two hours of oral questions, details of which can be found in the Order Paper. The Minister for Economic Development, Tourism, Sport and Culture, Lyndon Farnham and the Minister for the Environment, John Young, will then answer questions without notice for 15 minutes each of before an hour of questions without notice to all Ministers.
Following question time, a range of topics will be debated:
|The removal of British Citizenship requirements for any potential States Assembly candidate||Proposal and amendments |
|The Honorary Police's use of unattended mobile speed cameras||Proposal |
|A digital register of all commercial and residential properties to aid policy creation||Proposal |
|The formation of an independent panel to review the system of Ministerial Government||Proposal |
|Jersey's Foreshore policy and the associated charges made to residents||Proposal and amendments |
|The possibility of drinks promotions being allowed in Jersey and review of alcohol pricing and the licensing process||Proposal and amendments |
|The States Assembly changing its meeting schedule to once every three weeks for a trial period in 2021||Proposal and amendments|
A notification when each debate begins, a summary of the proposal and the results of each debate will be shared on the States Assembly Twitter and Facebook pages throughout the sitting, which is expected to extend beyond Tuesday.
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