Has electoral review been nobbled?
There are concerns that a review of Jersey's electoral system is being skewed by non-existent islanders.
One politician is asking questions in the States to find out how many potentially bogus submissions have been sent to the Electoral Commission.
But now there is concern that a group which is looking at the whole thing is being nobbled by fake submissions from non-existent islanders.
Deputy Trevor Pitman is looking for answers to his concern that bogus submissions using false identities have been sent to the Electoral Commission.
Next week he will use a States meeting to ask the Commission's chairman to reveal exactly how many emails they have received from addresses which can not be authenticated.
It comes as the Electoral Commission stage their final public hearing before wading through all their evidence to come up with reform recommendations.