Scrutiny Panel’s report on the Interim Population Policy
The Corporate Services Scrutiny Panel has issued its report and findings into the Interim Population Policy, which proposes to limit inward migration to 325+ based on the 2009 Population Policy. The Scrutiny Panel is keen to halt a debate that is due to take place in the States next week, until the States have the available and up-to-date statistics to adequately make an informed decision on population control.
The report emphasises that the Council of Ministers should not bring the policy to the States Assembly for debate until all the relevant statistics are available from Jersey’s Labour Market 2013 Report and Jersey’s Resident Population 2013 Report…
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