"MP John Hemming wants Investigation into Corruption in Jersey"
It follows the imprisonment of former senator Stuart Syvret.
The Lib Dem MP John Hemming has tabled a House of Commons motion, accusing the island's legislature, executive and judiciary of "political repression".
He is calling on the Justice Secretary to appoint an independent commission similar to a corruption inquiry held into the Turks and Caicos Islands.
The MP is claiming that "ordinary people" on the island are being "oppressed" by what he calls "an entrenched oligarchy".
In his motion he said there had been "political repression of former Chief Police Officer, Graham Power and former Senator Stuart Syvret".
He is calling for action to be taken to ensure that European Human Rights laws are enforced in Jersey.
The former health minister, Stuart Syvret was jailed for eight weeks on Wednesday after failing to do any of his community service sentence for a contempt of court offence.
He is appealing against his sentence at Jersey's Royal Court on Monday.
The BBC is expecting a statement from the Chief Minister.