This week's States Meeting

4th October 2021

Tomorrow's States Meeting

The States Assembly will begin their next meeting tomorrow, Tuesday 5 October, at 9.30am. The entire meeting will be broadcast live using Microsoft Teams via the following links:

The first item for the Assembly will be the appointment of a member of the Planning Committee.

States Members will then ask questions of Ministers for up to two hours and 20 minutes, which have been issued in advance and can be found on page five of the Order Paper. The following Ministers will then answer questions without advance notice for 15 minutes each:

  • The Minister for International Development, Deputy Carolyn Labey;

  • The Minister for Treasury and Resources, Deputy Susie Pinel; and

  • The Chief Minister, Senator John Le Fondré.

After question time, the following topics will be debated (in this order):


More information:

Reporting car accidents involving cats



Minister for Infrastructure's Proposal and the Minister for Infrastructure's Amendment

Proposed changes to GST


  1. Minister for Treasury and Resources' Proposal

  2. Corporate Services Scrutiny Panel's Amendment and second Amendment

  3. Minister for Treasury and Resources' Amendment

Tree protection

Minister for the Environment's Proposal

New Hospital budget


  1. Council of Minister's Proposal

  2. Connétable of St Helier's Amendment

  3. Council of Ministers' Amendment to the Connétable's Amendment

  4. The Future Hospital Review Panel's Amendment

Allowing local business to take advantage of modern technology, including remote witnessing of signatures

Minister for Economic Development, Tourism, Sport and Culture's Proposal

A third extension to Covid-19 emergency legislation, up to July 2022  

Minister for Health and Social Services' Proposal

Changes to the appointment of Jurats during the ongoing pandemic

Minister for Health and Social Services' Proposal

Allowing the Minister for Social Security to increase Minimum wage without consulting the Employment Forum

Minister for Social Security's Proposal

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