Government of Jersey
|Government of Jersey|
|Gouvèrnément d'Jèrri (in French)|
Logos of the Government of Jersey in English and Jèrriais
|State||Bailiwick of Jersey|
|Appointed by||Chief Minister, with approval from the States Assembly.|
|Main organ||Council of Ministers|
|Responsible to||States Assembly|
|Headquarters||Cyril Le Marquand House|
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The government is led by the Chief Minister, who selects all the remaining ministers. The chief minister and the other ministers belong to the supreme decision-making committee, known as the Council of Ministers. The government ministers all sit in the States Assembly, and are accountable to it.
Jersey is divided in 12 parishes, which are further divided into vingtaines (or, in St. Ouen, cueillettes), divisions that are historic. Today they are used chiefly for purposes of local administration and electoral constituency. Each parish has their own Assembly.
- Jersey, Government of. "How the Council of Ministers works". www.gov.je. Retrieved 2019-02-17.
- Jersey, Government of. "Council of Ministers adopts 'Government of Jersey' identity". www.gov.je. Retrieved 2019-02-17.
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