Tuesday 26 September 2023
The Scrutiny Management Committee (SMC) is holding two public hearings to gather evidence for its Island Wide Voting Review. The hearings will be held at the Castel Douzaine Room on:
Monday 2nd October, 10:00-12:00
Wednesday 4th October, 14:00-16:00
The Panel asking questions will be made up of members of the Island Wide Voting Review Panel, who are Deputy Yvonne Burford (Chair), Deputy Simon Fairclough, Deputy Carl Meerveld, Advocate Chris Green and former Deputy Michelle Le Clerc.
Each hearing will be in two parts with a different panel of witnesses for each part and each examining a different theme related to island-wide voting.
This is a formal parliamentary proceeding. Members of the public are welcome to attend in an observational capacity but are not able to ask questions or make any comment whilst the hearing is in progress.
The hearings will also be live streamed on YouTube via the following links:
Monday 2nd October: https://youtube.com/live/ydbm0Rwy63s?feature=share
Wednesday 4th October: https://youtube.com/live/hLp2-GrgKpk?feature=share
The Chair of the Island Wide Voting Review Panel and President of the Scrutiny Management Committee, Deputy Yvonne Burford, commented:
"The purpose of these two hearings is to gather further and final evidence to inform the Island Wide Voting Review report which will be published in November."