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No. 5 of 2000. The Appropriation Act, 2000. 1 ANTIGUA


I Assent,

James B. Carlisle,

27th April, 2000.


No. 5 of 2000

AN ACT to provide for the services of Antigua and Barbuda for
the year ending on the 3 1st day of December, 2000.

[ 4th May, 2000 ]

ENACTED by the Parliament of Antigua and Barbuda as

1. This Act may be cited as the Appropriation Act, 2000. short title.

2. The issue from the Consolidated Fund of the sqm of three Issue of three hun-
hundred and fifty-four million, thirty-five thousand, seven dred and fifty-four
hundred and twenty-seven dollars ($354,035,727.00) is autho- million, thirty-five
rized in order to meet expenditure for the services of Antigllil and thousand, seven
Barbuda in respect of calendar year ending on the thirty-first day hundred and twenty-
of December, 2000, under the Heads of Expenditure spec


ed seven dollars.
in the Schedule; and the sum specified in the Schedule opposite Schedule.
a numbered and named Head is appropriated out of the sum of
three hundred and fifty-four million, thirty-five thousand, seven
hundred and twenty-seven dollars ($354,035,727.00) for the
purpose specified in relation to that numbered and named Head
in the Estimates for the year 2000.

ANTIGUA 2 The Appropriation Act, 2000. No. 5 af2000.


Payment - how 3. The Accountant General is authorized and required from
made time to time upon the order or warrant of the Minister of Finance,

to pay the sums appropriated in the Schedule to the several
services and purposes mentioned, as the order or warrant directs
out of the Consolidated Fund without further order or formality.

Commencement. 4. This Act is deemed to have come into operation on the first
day of January, 2000.

(Section 2)

Head of Expenditure Amount

E 1 Governor-General $ 1,666,296.00

E 2 Legislature 1,927,175.00

E 3 Cabinet 3,366,523.00

E 4 Judicial 719,716.00

E 5 Service Commissions 240,688.00

E 6 Audit 1,173,398.00

E 7 Pensions and Gratuities

E 8 Charges on Account of the
Public Debt

E 10 Prime Minister's Minisuy

E 15 Ministry of Finance 39,178,722.00

E 20 Ministry of Agriculture, Lands and Fisheries 13,220,243.00

E 25 Ministry of Health 57,185,377.00

E 30 Ministry of Education, Culture and Technology 54,351,357.00

No. 5 of 2000. The Appropriation Act, 2000. 3 ANTIGUA


E 35 Ministry of Public Utilities, Housing, Transportation,
Aviation and International Transportation 12,296,103.00

E 40 Ministry ofpublic Works, Communications, Insurance 40,447,416.00
and St. John's Development

E 50 Ministry of Justice and Legal Affairs 48,841,200.00

E 60 Office of the Ombudsman 252,818.00

E 75 Ministry of Labour, and Home Affairs and
Social Improvement 9,895,240.00

E 80 Ministry of Tourism and Environment 16,405,762.00

E 85 Ministry of Commerce, Industry and
Business Development

E 90 Ministry of Planning, Implementation and
Public Service Affairs 12,228,347.00

E 95 Ministry of Youth Empowerment, Sports, Carnival
and Community Development 5,274,869.00

TOTAL $354,035,727.00

Passed the House of Representatives this Passed the Senate this 18th
1 lth day of April, 2000. day of April, 2000.

B. Harris,

M. Percival,

S. Walker, S. Walker,
Clerk to the House of Representatives. Clerk to the Senate.

Printed at the Government Printing Office, Antigua and Barbuda,
by Walter A. Massiah, Acting Government Printer

-By Authority, 2000.
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