So how does the political structure of the Antigua Government work
how different is it to Jersey ?
Find out here,http://www.clgf.org.uk/userfiles/1/files/Antigua%20&%20Barbuda%20local%20government%20profile%202011-12.pdf
There are more informative sites on this subject, however this particular site took me 45 seconds to find maybe the graduates working on the Jersey independence group at the Chief Ministers office who no doubt are excellent at using the internet, could help out Senator Bailhache, but where is the fun in that ?How about Barbados,
Find out here,
The following Government profile, details the structure of the Barbados Government providing information about parliament, the cabinet, the constitution and the .
It will come up with accurate information like,
Quote:-Chief of State: Queen Elizabeth II (since Feb.6th 1952).
Governor General: Sir Clifford Straughn Husbands (since June 1st 1996). This person is not elected, but is appointed by The Monarch (Head of State).
Head of Government: The Hon. Freundel Stuart, Q.C. (since May 2010). The Prime Minister is usually the leader of the majority party and is appointed by the Governor-General of Barbados.
The Senate: This is the upper house and consists of seven members who are chosen by the Governor General, 12 by the Prime Minister and two by the Leader of the Opposition.
The House of Assembly: The House of Assembly is the majority party and has 30 members. The House of Assembly is voted for by the public of Barbados every five years. This is currently The Democratic Labour Party. http://www.totallybarbados.com/barbados/Business/Government_and_Legal_System/So
Jersey's electoral committee and support crew, headed by Senator Bailhache are considering visiting exotic Caribbean islands to find out how their Governments are structured of course not putting a hand in their own pocket to pay for anything thats the taxpayers job. The word recession is obviously not written on their expense account, unlike the unfortunate people made redundant or seeing quality of life slowly eroding through inflation, higher taxes and utility bills.
Thanks to Ian for putting this JEP article up for us to read. The JEP forgot to mention it on their daily offering free internet site. Could it be they are feeling a little embarrassed about their star poll topping Senator who is happy spending taxpayers money because he is worth it, and one does not get information second hand from the internet.
Thanks to Ian @http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-4R_vYam9CwY/UAb7f2o2fhI/AAAAAAAAFSc/Wre9VHBsTBc/s1600/img103.jpg
States of Jersey long haul flights are always booked into first class.