The new Chief Minister, Deputy Kristina Moore, has revealed her list of new Assistant Ministers.
Assistant Chief Ministers - Constable Andy Jehan and Deputy Alex Curtis
Economic Development - Deputies Lucy Stephenson and Deputy Alex Curtis (both Better Way), who will serve under the Minister, Deputy Kirsten Morel.
Children and Education - Constable Richard Vibert and Deputy Louise Doublet, who will serve under Deputy Inna Gardiner.
Environment - Deputy Hilary Jeune, who will serve under Deputy Jonathan Renouf.
Health - Deputy Rose Binet, who will serve under Deputy Karen Wilson.
Home Affairs - Deputy Hilary Jeune and Deputy Louise Doublet, who will serve under Deputy Helen Miles
Infrastructure - Deputy Steve Ahier, who will serve under Deputy Tom Binet
Social Security - Deputy Malcolm Ferey, who will serve under Deputy Elaine Millar.
Treasury and Resources - Constable Richard Vibert and Deputies Elaine Millar (Social Security Minister) and Deputy Steve Ahier will serve under the Minister, Deputy Ian Gorst.
No Assistant Ministers have been appointed to work with External Relations Minister Deputy Philip Ozouf, Housing Minister Deputy David Warr and International Development Minister Deputy Carolyn Labey.
“This is a strong and diverse team of Assistant Ministers, and I am very pleased they have agreed to serve as key members of the Government," Deputy Kristina Moore commented.
"They add to the talent and different perspectives that we have on the Council of Ministers, and we will work together for the good of all Islanders to meet the challenges we face and to put Jersey back on track.
“This will be a government that will strive to be open, visible and accessible and will listen to all members of our community. Assistant Ministers will play a central part in meeting these objectives.”
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