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States is 'strangled' by reports

Mike O'Hara
Deputy O'Hara said the States was being 'strangled' by criticism

A Guernsey deputy believes the States is being "strangled" by the number of reports and reviews into how it is run.

Deputy Mike O'Hara made the comment after a year which saw reports from the Wales Audit Office and consultants Tribal Helm criticise the States.

He said "My worry is that sometimes it might just stagnate a bit of debate because one gets a little bit worried.

"To the extent that you'll get too over cautious and you'll get worried about saying what you feel."

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