Jersey's Health and Social Services Minister has announced he will not stand for re-election in May.
Senator Andrew Green has been a Jersey politician since 2008 when he was elected Deputy of St Helier No 3. He was appointed as Health Minister in 2014, overseeing projects such as the plans for Jersey's new hospital.
Senator Green is also Deputy Chief Minister and Chairman of the States Employment Board.
In a statement he outlined some of his achievements as Health Minister and explained that he has decided to devote his time to other roles in his life.
Senator Green will continue to be Minister for Health and Social Services until June 1st when new members will be sworn in.
He is one of a number of politicians who have recently announced they will not stand in May, including Deputy Murray Norton, Senator Philip Ozouf, Deputy Anne Pryke, Deputy Peter McLinton, Senator Sir Philip Bailhache and Senator Alan Maclean.