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Monday, 14 November 2011

"States Members Finally Reject Corruption"

 "THERE IS A GOD"
But is there a new era of honesty?



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Senator Ian Gorst has been elected as Jersey's new chief minister with 27 votes in Jersey's first open ballot.
He beat Senator Sir Philip Bailhache by three votes, making him Jersey's third chief minister, taking over from Terry le Sueur.
The two candidates each spoke for 10 minutes to try and convince members to vote for them.
Each candidate then took questions from States members for 40 minutes while the other candidate was out of the chamber.
There were a range of questions on everything from mains drains to the historical abuse inquiry.
Both candidates were asked who they would nominate as their treasury minister and Senator Gorst said he would nominate either Senator Ian Le Marquand or Deputy John le Fondre as treasury minister but would not confirm until Thursday.
The States will return on Thursday to choose ministers and a committee chairmen.
BBC Jersey's political reporter Chris Rayner said: "For the first time we have had an election which gives the successful candidate a public mandate.
"The first chief minister, former Senator Frank Walker, was half way through his six-year term when he became chief minister. The same for Senator Terry le Sueur."


Members who voted for Senator Bailhache (24 votes)
 

Senator P.F.C. Ozouf
Senator A. Breckon
Senator A.J.H. Maclean
Senator L.J. Farnham
Senator P.M. Bailhache
Connétable A.S. Crowcroft of St Hélier
Connétable J. Le S. Gallichan of Trinity
Connétable D.J. Murphy of Grouville
Connétable L. Norman of St Clément
Connétable J.M. Refault of St Peter
Connétable P.J. Rondel of St John
Connétable M.J. Paddock of St Ouen
Connétable S.A. Rennard of St Saviour
Deputy C.F. Labey
Deputy S.S.P.A. Power
Deputy E.J. Noel
Deputy P.J Ryan
Deputy J.P.G. Baker
Deputy J.H. Young
Deputy S.J. Pinel
Deputy J.M. Le Bailly
Deputy S.G. Luce
Deputy R.G. Bryans
Deputy K.L. Moore


 

Members voted for Senator Ian Gorst (27 votes)

Senator P.F. Routier
Senator S.C. Ferguson
Senator B.I. Le Marquand
Senator F. du H. Le Gresley
Senator I.J. Gorst
Connétable D.W. Mezbourian of St Lawrence
Connétable J. Gallichan of St Mary
Connétable S. Pallett of St Brelade
Connétable M. Le Troquer of St Martin
Deputy R.C. Duhamel
Deputy R.G. Le Hérissier
Deputy J.A. Martin
Deputy G.P. Southern
Deputy J.G. Reed
Deputy J.A. Hilton
Deputy J.A.N. Le Fondré
Deputy A.E. Pryke
Deputy S. Pitman
Deputy K.C. Lewis
Deputy M. Tadier
Deputy T.M. Pitman
Deputy T.A. Vallois
Deputy M.R. Higgins
Deputy A.K.F. Green
Deputy J.M. Maçon
Deputy G.C.L. Baudains
Deputy R.J. Rondel

30 comments:

  1. A GREAT DAY FOR THE ORDINARY CITIZEN.WHO JUST WANTS A FAIR GO....SO..SO GLAD THAT OLD IMPERIALIST STUFF IS FINALLY DESICCATING ..IT IS LIKE COMING OUT OF THE DARK AGES...HALLELUJAH

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  2. I thought your main headline woul have been the local guy sentenced to 5 years for the most horrific abuse of a child.
    But no you would rather report on the political situation next door in the States Chamber.

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  3. WELL

    It would have been if I had known about it but our stinking corrupt child abuse protecting media didn't publish anything about any child abuser!!!

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  4. BBC Jersey did a full report on the above case, I believe William Bailhache was the judge.

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  5. Well I can't find it on their site today?

    Perhaps you could copy and paste a link to the story for me!

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  6. Hey you anonymous !

    Don't you be having a go at Ian, he does a bloody good job here for the people who don't get a paper, I only caught a tail end of something about Lee De Moulpied on the tv inbetween soaps, so like the rest of us you will have to wait for it to be published, and no doubt Ian will be the first to pick up on it.

    Are you from the farce blog?


    C-L-P

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  7. My appolagies Ian your quite right couldn't get anything on the BBC website about this guy. But I've copied this is this the same guy?





    coverupjersey.blogspot.com/2010_11_07_archive.html
    12 Nov 2010 – Mr Syvret will be summing up his case this afternoon. ... Lee Albert de Mouilpied – who has refused to identify his victims to the authorities – plied ... trial whether Lee Albert de Mouilpied is guilty of 24 counts of sexual abuse. ...

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  8. Lee Albert de Mouilpied

    My previous postings

    POST 1

    POST 2

    POST 3

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  9. So surprised that this monster didn't even get a mention on CTV'S news.
    Surely as independent media bloggers , with all you lot hanging around the royal court today for the outcome of the new chief minister, did not one of you take any interest in the meat van parked outside and the fact that William Bailhache was the judge in this case.

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  10. Ok, so why didn't you report this today?

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  11. Are you all completely retarded?

    Why would I be hanging around the Royal Court full of criminals, no one pays me for this....

    "Plum Pudding"

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  12. Hey you anonymous !
    No I'm not from the Farce blog, I'm. Not so narrow minded as to join one camp or the other.
    Slightly more open minded, thank god.

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  13. What does plum pudding mean?

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  14. Ian, re anon @ 9:27 & 9:29

    might be best not to feed this troll, nice reply though, only someone who does'nt like the reporting/work your doing would suggest you don't care about abused children/anyone.

    obviously hitting a few nerves!

    Gorst? a smoke screen, weak, will be easy for BBros to steer. Young enough to front the 'political' subsidiary of the firm for years.

    cyril

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  15. Cyril, I'm not a troll
    I'm an observoust and a lot more open minded than you , crawl back under your rock you cretin.

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  16. Hope you are wrong Cyril.

    At least give Gorst a chance (at least a year), to prove himself.

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  17. Cyril is quite a mentor Ian, I thought you would have been your own person,
    no idea he was such a life coach.

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  18. You thought???

    There's a major breakthrough for your brain!!!

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  19. Does somebody desperately want to keep the conversation away from Bailhache?

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  20. Ian , be your own person I know you have suffered but dark forces are out there ,
    Cyril ? Be aware

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  21. Of course, their hero has fallen :)

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  22. "Dark Forces" hey?

    Past caring....

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  23. Ian your being groomed by Cyril ,
    Your a good guy but don't be suckered in by him, her?
    As I say I'm an observationist .

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  24. Well, he did make a mess of brushing my hair this morning :)

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  25. Gorst must be happy - so why the long face? ;)

    Excellent news, and one in the eye for the know-it-all scum on the farce blog, LOL

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  26. I think Jon's mattress is going to get a right soaking tonight :)

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  27. So Bailhache now has a puppet in place to take all the flak? You don't say!

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  28. This gets better, Ozouf is out on his arse!

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  29. Sorry, wrong call, Ozouf is still there!
    Unbelievable!

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