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Monday, 6 June 2011

"Ozo The Bozo - Happy To Keep Backhanders On The Sly!!!"

"Golden deals to stay secret"

DETAILS of the golden handshakes paid to senior civil servants like former States chief executive Bill Ogley will be kept secret despite new rules which say they must appear in the States accounts.
The number of other contracts in existence with similar golden handshake deals at the end will also not be revealed.
This year, for the first time, severance pay will appear in the States accounts for 2011 as well as a list of senior employees, their annual salary and pension benefits.
Treasury Minister Philip Ozouf, who refused to answer questions on Mr Ogley’s pay-out specifically, said that details of such cases would only ever be released in exceptional circumstances.

1 comment:

  1. Oh the hell with that! No real democracy can have so little transparency that taxpayers can't be allowed to understand their own government. Jersey has no legal remedy to use? No constitutional right to force answers?