The Privileges and Procedures Committee, chaired by St Clement Constable Derek Gray, will consider the former Health Minister’s actions and recommend to the rest of the States what should happen to him.
Mr Gray has already said that Senator Syvret could face censure for refusing to sit down when told to by the Bailiff during his Christmas address to the States on Wednesday.
But Mr Gray stressed that in the end it will be the States that will have to decide what punishment Senator Syvret should face. ‘What we will consider is a projet to the States, to say what we recommend they should do,’ he said.
In making their decision tomorrow night the committee will be considering Standing Orders, the rules that all States Members are required to abide by.