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There was only one contested election as the memberships of the various Guernsey States boards and committees were decided.
Deputy Barry Paint was elected by a vote of 20-17 ahead of Deputy David de Lisle for the position of president of the Transport Licensing Authority.
The authority rules on applications to run air routes into Guernsey.
The members of the senior committee, the Policy and Resources Committee, were elected earlier this month.
Just three members were not elected to a committee or board - former treasury minister Charles Parkinson, who unsuccessfully stood for the senior president's role, and the two Alderney States representatives Louis Jean and Graham McKinley.