Guernsey's committee presidents are being chosen by the island's newly elected deputies.
It has been announced Deputy Neil Inder will head up the Committee for Economic Development - he won by 20 votes to Deputy Charles Parkinson's 18.
Deputy Andrea Dudley-Owen is the new President for Education, Sport and Culture. She was unopposed for the role and received unanimous support from the States.
Deputy Peter Roffey has been named President of Employment and Social Security after being elected unopposed. He has also become President of the States' Trading Supervisory Board after defeating Deputy Gavin St Pier by 24-12 votes.
After a second ballot Deputy Lindsay de Sausmarez was elected as President of the Committee for the Environment & Infrastructure, beating Deputy David de Lisle by 21 votes to 16.
Deputy Al Brouard has been elected President of the Committee for Health & Social Care, beating Deputy David de Lisle by 29 votes to 7.
Deputy Robert Prow has been elected President of the Committee for Home Affairs.
Deputy Chris Blin was duly elected unopposed as the President of the Overseas Aid and Development Commission.
Deputy John Gollop was elected unopposed as the President of the Transport Licensing Authority.
Deputy Yvonne Burford is the new President of the Scrutiny Management Committee.