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L'înformâtion et les sèrvices publyis pouor I'Île dé Jèrri

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How the Council of Ministers works

​​​The Codes of Conduct and Practice for Ministers and Assistant Ministers

The codes sets out the standards of conduct expected of Ministers and Assistant Ministers.

The Codes of Conduct and Practice for Ministers and Assistant Ministers on States Assembly

Supplementary Guidance Code of Co​nduct: Conflicts of Interest​

A new Article 30A report is being produced and will be made available in due course. The previous Article 30A can be found below.

States of Jersey Law 2005: Article 30A: ​Ministerial Responsibilities

Ministerial Groups

Ministerial Groups are established by the Chief Minister or the Council of Ministers to provide a central ministerial forum in which to consider and deliberate matters ranging across a number of portfolios.

Ministerial Groups are established to advise the responsible Minister as they make decisions in their areas of responsibility, usually to support prominent areas of policy development or oversight of major projects.

Housing and Work Advisory Group (HAWAG)

HAWAG was established on 16 February 2024 to consider applications under the Control of Housing and Work (Jersey) Law 2012.

Housing and Work Advisory Group: Establishment​

Legislation Advisory Panel (LAP)

The Legislation Advisory Panel was established on 16 February 2024 to:

  • to advise the Chief Minister on a range of legislative matters, mainly relating to courts, court procedures, and the wider administration of justice
  • review reports received from the Jersey Law Commission

Legislation Advisory Panel: Establishment​

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