Propositions lodged in the States Assembly after May 2018 are shown below in chronological order. This list is updated daily and new propositions will appear here once voting data is available on the States Assembly website.

Ref Name Department Lodged By Debate Date

Propositions by year

The data displayed below is associated with the current administration.

*2018 and 2022 are partial years

Propositions by performance framework

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Sustainable wellbeing is a new way of measuring the progress of a society. In the past, countries have focused on measuring Gross Domestic Product (GDP) and Gross Value Added (GVA) to monitor how well their country is performing.

Sustainable wellbeing is a more holistic concept and uses different tools to measure how well society is doing across the key areas that are contributing to human wellbeing. It focuses on long-term progress rather than short-term intervention, and measures:

  • Community wellbeing - the quality of people’s lives
  • Environmental wellbeing – the quality of the natural world around us
  • Economic wellbeing – how well the economy is performing

The Government of Jersey has made a strong commitment to sustainable wellbeing. The Public Finances (Jersey) Law 2019 requires the Council of Ministers to take into account the sustainable wellbeing of current and future generations when they develop the Government Plan. This change means that sustainable wellbeing is now central to the way Government makes decisions and designs public services.