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After the shock resignation of Jersey's government watchdog, following criticism of his Lime Grove report, the Treasury Minister Philip Ozouf has vowed to publish his side of the story.
The Chief Minister says the Auditor General is "probably right" to resign.
Senator Gorst said: "I believe he has resigned because he wants to maintain the integrity of the office and therefore if that is his point of view then he is probably right to resign."
Meanwhile Senator Sarah Ferguson says action must be taken over the Chris Swinson report, even though he has now quit.
Mr Swinson's shock resignation on Friday has put into question whether or not a censure motion against Treasurer Philip Ozouf, who had been criticised in the report, should now go ahead.
Senator Ferguson and the three other politicians who had brought the motion will meet soon. The Senator says she is 'fuming' over events leading to Mr Swinson's departure.
Jersey's government watchdog Christopher Swinson resigns
The Comptroller and Auditor General has been in his role since 2005.
In the letter to the Chief Minister Senator Ian Gorst he said it was unacceptable for his responsibilities to become a public issue.
Mr Swinson said: "In recent weeks, discussion of a report that I published concerning the failed transaction to acquire Lime Grove House has centred on issues of process which has obscured the issues raised by the report itself.
"It is unacceptable for my discharge of my responsibilities to become a public issue in this way."
Senator Gorst said he would comment later.