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No.3of 2002. The Appropriation Act, 2002. 1 ANTIGUA


[L. S.

I Assent,

James B. Carlisle,
Governor- General.


No. 3 of 2002

AN ACT to provide for the services of Antigua and Barbuda for
the year ending on the 3 1st day of December, 2002.

[ 2nd May, 2002 ]

ENACTED by the Parliament of Antigua and Barbuda as

1. This Act may be cited as the Appropriation Act, 2002. Shorttitle.

2. The issue from the Consolidated Fund of the sum of four Issue of four hun-
hundred and forty million, four hundred and eight thousand, four dred and forty mil-

lion, four hundred hundredandtwenty-two dollars ($440,408,422.00) isauthorizedin and eight thousand,
order to meet expenditure for the services ofAntigua andBarbuda four hundred and
in respect of calendar year ending on the thirty-first day of twenty-two dollars.
December, 2002, under the Heads of Expenditure specified in the
Schedule; and the sun-specified in the Schedule opposite a Schedule.
numbered and named Head is appropriated out of the sum of four
hundred and forty million, four hundred and eight thousand, four
hundred and twenty-two dollars ($440,408,422.00) forthe purpose
specified in relation to that numbered and named Head in the
Estimates for the year 2002.

ANTIGUA 2 The Appropriation Act, 2002. No.3 of 2002.


Payment - how 3. The Accountant General is authorized and required from time
made. to time upon the order or warrant ofthe Minister ofFinance, 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, 2002.

(Section 2)

Head of Expenditure Amount

E 1 Office of the Governor-General

E2 Legislature

E3 Cabinet

E 4 Judicial

E 5 Service Commissions

E6 Audit

E7 Pensions and Gratuities

E 8 Charges on Account of the Public Debt

E 10 Prime Minister's Ministry 38,713,841.00

E 15 Ministry of Finance 47,907, 193.b

E20 Ministry of Agriculture, Lands and Fisheries 15,426,413.00

E25 Ministry of Health and Social Improvement 70,864,799.00

E30 Ministry of Education, Culture and Technology 69,844,575.00

E35 Ministry of Public Utilities, Housing, Transportation
and Aviation 12,407,600.00

No.3 of 2002. The Appropriation Act, 2002. 3 ANTIGUA


E40 Ministry of Public Works, Communications, Insurance
and St. John's Development 69,229,375.00

E45 Ministry of Home Affairs, Urban Development and
Renewal and Community Development 4,049,782.00

E50 Ministry of Justice and Legal Affairs 13,444,101.00

E60 Office of the Ombudsman 336,163.00

E75 Ministry of Labour, Co-operatives and Public Safety 49,662,453.00

E 80 Ministry of Tourism and Environment 13,100,478.00

E85 Ministry of Economic Development, Trade, Industry
and Commerce 4,060,734.00

E90 Ministry of Planning, Implementation and Public
Service Affairs 8,947,042.00

E95 Ministry of Information, Broadcasting, Sports and Car-
nival 13,015,346.00

TOTAL %440,408,422.00

Passed the House of Representatives this Passed the Senate this 19th
5th day of April, 2002. day of April, 2002.

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 Donovan Southwell, Government Printer

-By Authority, 2002.
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