A new campaign group, Reform Jersey is calling for 'meaningful' political reform, collecting support by handing out leaflets.
The group is led by local law student Sam Mezec, to improve the overall quality of political representation in Jersey.
By lobbying the island's Electoral Commission, they aim to improve the make-up of the States.
Mr Mezec wants islanders to support his view that a reformed government should be simpler, with bigger constituencies and just one type of States member.
Sam Mézec said: “The consensus in Jersey at the moment is that no reform is not an option.”
He is holding a public meeting at the Town Hall on Monday the 30th of July at 7pm to discuss the subject. Speakers will include Deputy Roy Le Herissier, and former Deputy Daniel Wimberley.
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