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Friday, 22 June 2012
"Bailhache Reaches For That Trusty Broom Again!!!"
Calls for fewer Members in the States
"Starting With Bailhache's Seat"
Too much history in this yard!!!
Reducing the number of States Members, dividing the Island into ‘super-constituencies’ and Sunday voting were among suggestions made by Islanders at a hearing into States reform yesterday.
In the first public hearing of the new Electoral Commission, chaired by Senator Sir Philip Bailhache, ex-politicians and members of the public expressed their views on how the States Assembly could be improved.
The commission, which has been asked to come up with a new way of working for the States, has received more than 120 written submissions and yesterday heard the views of nine people in the Town Hall.
Both former Senator Pierre Horsfall and former St Peter Deputy Robin Hacquoil said that there should be fewer Members in the States.