This week's States Meeting

19th April 2021

​The next meeting of the States Assembly will commence tomorrow, Tuesday 20 April, at 9:30am. The entire meeting will be broadcast live using Microsoft Teams via the following links:  

 The first item for the States Assembly will be up to two hours and 20 minutes of oral questions with notice, details of which can be found on page eight of the Order Paper. The following Ministers will then answer oral questions without notice for 15 minutes each:

  • The Minister for International Development, Deputy Carolyn Labey

  • The Minister for Social Security, Deputy Judy Martin

  • The Chief Minister, Senator John Le Fondré

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


More information

Minimum wage increase

Deputy Geoff Southern's proposition and amendment

Appointment of Deputy Chair to Social Security Tribunal


Appointment of Deputy Chair to Social Security Medical Tribunal


Appointment of Deputy Chair to the Income Support Medical Tribunal


Road Traffic Regulations in relation to Jersey Coastguard Service


Expand provisions for accessible copyright works for disabled people


Proposed new States Assembly constitution and General Election date

The Privileges and Procedures Committee's proposition and amendment;

Senator Gorst's amendment;

Senator Farnham's amendment to Senator Gorst's amendment; and

Senator Gorst's second amendment.

Loan scheme to repair balconies in Les Quennevais Park Flats


Bank Holiday on 27 September 2021


Amendment to Standing Orders in relation to States of Jersey Complaints Board


Appointment of Non-Executive Director to the States of Jersey Development Company


Extension of temporary COVID-19 laws until 31 October 2021


Enable extension of COVID-19 laws until 31 March 2022


Amendments to Safer Travel Guidelines


​Regulations to prevent illegal fishing 


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 meeting, which is expected to extend beyond Tuesday. 

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