Cleared Trott demands an apology

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Cleared Trott demands an apology

Post by GD on Mon 21 Mar 2011, 6:18 pm

CHIEF Minister Lyndon Trott did not breach the States members’ code of conduct, according to the States Code of Conduct panel.
He was accused of abusing his position as chief minister on a recent Concept Group trip to South America. Deputy Trott is a non-executive director of the group and was allegedly introduced as chief minister of Guernsey on the trip.
Deputy Trott) said the ‘vexatious’ complaint had been orchestrated by the spokesman of a lobby group that had repeatedly sought to undermine the island’s reputation.
But Gary Blanchford said he had not made his complaint as a representative of Landsbanki savers.
The report did not address any of the points made in the complaint and the panel met behind closed doors, he said.(from GEP)

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Re: Cleared Trott demands an apology

Post by Samuel Osaka on Thu 14 Apr 2011, 4:03 pm

All the paperwork from this Code of Conduct inquiry on Guernsey's Chief Minister Lyndon Trott has now been placed in the public domain on a new website:

The only items missing to date appear to be the reports submitted to the code of Conduct panel by the Chief Minister.

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