Inside the States Chamber
States Assembly and Constitution Committee
The backbone to the States structure looks after the constitution, rules of procedure, elections and the conduct and training of Deputies.
The States Assembly and Constitution Committee is responsible for:-
The constitutions of the States of Deliberation and the States of Election;
The Rules of Procedure of the States of Deliberation;
The constitution and operation of States Departments and States Committees;
The system of election of Ministers and Members of States Departments and States Committees;
Matters relating to the practical functioning of the States of Deliberation and States of Election including facilities provided for Members of the States;
Elections to the office of People's Deputy;
Matters relating to the propriety and conduct of States Members;
Induction training and on-going support for States Members;
The States Assembly and Constitution Committee was called the House Committee before a resolution was made in the July 2008 States Meeting.
last updated: 04/08/2008 at 12:42