Overseas Aid could become voluntary in Guernsey, if a move by two politicians gets support at the end of the month.
Currently the £2,960,000 Overseas Aid Commission budget comes from general taxation.
Deputy Lester Queripel is asking for a review into whether the budget for the Overseas Aid Commission should come from voluntary donations.
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