Guernsey States committee presidents voted in
Politicians have elected 11 of the 12 presidents for the new States bodies.
Peter Ferbrache, Paul le Pelley, Michelle le Clerc, Barry Brehaut, Heidi Soulsby and Mary Lowe will lead the six principal committees in Guernsey.
They are Economic Development; Education, Sport and Culture; Employment and Social Security; Environment and Infrastructure; Health and Social Care; and Home Affairs.
States members also voted in the presidents of five smaller assemblies.
Several candidates were elected unopposed. The election for the president of the Transport Licensing Authority has been deferred until Wednesday.
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|Guernsey committee presidents at 11 May 2016|
|Economic Development||Peter Ferbrache|
|Education, Sport and Culture||Paul le Pelley|
|Employment and Social Security||Michelle le Clerc|
|Environment and Infrastructure||Barry Brehaut|
|Health and Social Care||Heidi Soulsby|
|Home Affairs||Mary Lowe|
|Scrutiny Management Committee||Chris Green|
|Development and Planning Authority||John Gollop|
|States' Assembly & Constitution Committee||Matt Fallaize|
|Transport Licensing Authority||Decision deferred until next Wednesday|
|Overseas Aid and Development Commission||Emilie Yerby|
|States' Trading Supervisory Board||Dave Jones|
The remaining members of the committees, authorities, boards and commission will be elected on 18 May.