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Welsh Assembly

Welsh Assembly

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Welsh Assembly

Welsh Assembly

Welsh Assembly

RICHARDS, David Thomas (born 1954), Director of Governance, Welsh Government (formerly Welsh Assembly Government), since 2010

SHORTRIDGE, Jon Deacon (born 1947), Permanent Secretary, Welsh Office, then National Assembly for Wales, later Welsh Assembly Government, 1999–2008

BADER, David John (born 1945), Director, Social Justice and Regeneration, Welsh Assembly Government, 2003–05

WELSH, Allan Ross (1875 - 1957), JP; Speaker of Legislative Assembly, Southern Rhodesia, 1935–52

MORGAN, Gillian (Margaret) (born 1953), Permanent Secretary, Welsh Government (formerly Welsh Assembly Government), 2008–12; Chair, NHS Providers, since 2014

RAWLINGS, Hugh Fenton (born 1950), Director, Constitutional Affairs and Inter-Governmental Relations, Welsh Government (formerly Welsh Assembly Government), since 2011

HEARTY, Michael John - Director General, Finance and Corporate Services (formerly Strategic Planning, Finance and Performance), Welsh Government (formerly Welsh Assembly Government), 2010–15

QUINN, Matthew John (born 1963), Director, Environment and Sustainable Development (formerly Environment, Sustainability and Housing), Welsh Government (formerly Welsh Assembly Government), since 2007

TOMOS, Linda (born 1952), Director, CyMAL: Museums Archives and Libraries Wales, Welsh Government (formerly Welsh Assembly Government), since 2003

MILLIGAN, June Elizabeth (born 1959), Director General, Local Government and Communities (formerly Public Services and Local Government Delivery), Welsh Government (formerly Welsh Assembly Government), 2010–15

CLARKE, John Francis (born 1947), Chief Executive, Welsh European Funding Office, National Assembly for Wales, 2000–03

WILLIAMS, Victoria Kirstyn (born 1971), Member (Lib Dem) Brecon and Radnorshire, since 1999, and Leader, Welsh Liberal Democrats, since 2008, National Assembly for Wales

HOLTHAM, Gerald Hubert (born 1944), Managing Partner, Cadwyn Capital LLP, since 2005; Adviser to Finance Minister, Welsh Assembly Government, 2012–14

 

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The National Assembly for Wales, a body established by the Government of Wales Act 1998. The Assembly has 60 elected salaried members. It does not have legislative or taxing powers, exercising instead a diverse range of functions, such as housing, education, economic development, and flood defence. In operation from 1999, the Assembly has taken over many of the powers and responsibilities of the Secretary of State for Wales. See devolution.

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