|Welsh: Llywodraeth Cymru|
|Established||12 May 1999|
|Main organ||Welsh Government|
|Responsible to||Welsh Parliament|
|Annual budget||£18.4 billion (2019/20)|
The Welsh Government is required to explain its actions to the Welsh Parliament, which is the body that creates laws in Wales.
The Welsh Government and the Senedd (Welsh Parliament; founded as the National Assembly for Wales) were created as separate organisations by the Government of Wales Act 2006.
In the Act, the Government is called the Welsh Assembly Government, but to avoid confusion between National Assembly and the Government, it was renamed the Welsh Government in May 2011, just like the Scottish Government did in 2007.
The Welsh Government is made up of several people: