The Deputy will be discussing, and answering questions on, an amendment he lodged in February 2011 concerning the up-coming Committee Of Enquiry into the decades of Child Abuse that was able to go on in Jersey's State run institutions.
Below is Deputy Tadier's amendment, which simply put, is that not only has justice to be done, but justice has to be "seen" to be done.
“If significant numbers of people, whether justified or otherwise, do not have confidence in the impartiality and integrity of the justice system, then that lack of confidence is in itself a significant problem.”
Is there a problem with our "Justice" system? Is it politicised? Were all those who could have been taken to court actually taken to court? Has the rule of law broken down in Jersey? Now that Deputy Tadier's amendment has been agreed by the States, will the Council of Ministers try and water it down? Tune in on Thursday to the live debate.