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Written Questions to Ministers 13 April 2021

Apr 13, 2021


This week’s written questions to Ministers

The answers to this week’s written questions asked of Ministers by the non-executive (States Members who do not hold Ministerial roles) have been published online.

This week’s questions focused on:

Land Used for Carparking

Full question and answer

Driving and Diabetes

Full question and answer

Tier 1 & 2 Employee Resignations

Full question and answer

New Hospital Catering

Full question and answer

Social Distancing on Airplanes

Full question and answer

Disciplinary Procedures

Full question and answer

Right to Protest

Full question and answer

Andium Homes Electricity Charges

Full question and answer

Social Security Annual Report

Full question and answer

Minimum Wage

Full question and answer

Sexual Assaults Against Women x 2

Full question and answer

Full question and answer

Income Support

Full question and answer

In addition to written questions, Ministers will be asked oral questions at every States Meeting, which they receive in advance, giving them opportunity to prepare answers. Questions without Notice (QWON) are also asked of specific Ministers at each States Meeting (shown on the Order Paper). The answers to all oral questions can all be found by listening to the video recordings of meetings available on the States Assembly YouTube channel, or in the Hansards – written records of everything that members say during question time, statements and debates in the States Assembly.

Government of Jersey News Release.

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