Appropriation Act 2008

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PROPRIATION ACT, 2008

No. 23 of 2008

[ Printed in the Official Gazette Vol. XXVII No. 86
dated 29th December, 2008. ]

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by Eric T. Bennett, Government Printer
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ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA

THE APPROPRIATION ACT, 2008.

No. 23 of 2008

AN ACT to provide for the services of Antigua and Barbuda for the year ending on 31st day of
December, 2009.

ENACTED by the Parliament of Antigua and Barbuda as follows:—

1. Short Title and Commencement

This Act may be cited as the Appropriation Act, 2008 and shall come into operation on the 1st
January, 2009.

2. Issue of nine hundred and thirteen million, five hundred and seventy-nine thousand, six
hundred and eighty dollars. Schedule

The issue from the Consolidated Fund of the sum of nine hundred and thirteen million, five hundred
and seventy-nine thousand, six hundred and eight dollars ($913,579, 680.00) is authorized in order
to meet expenditure for the services of Antigua and Barbuda in respect of calendar year ending on
the thirty-first day of December, 2009, under the Heads of Expenditure specified in the Schedule;
and the sum specified in the Schedule opposite a numbered and named Head is appropriated out of


I Assent,

Louise Lake-Tack,
Governor-General.

24th December, 2008.

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the sum of nine hundred and thirteen million, five hundred and seventy-nine thousand, six hundred
and eight dollars ($913,579,680.00) for the purpose specified in relation to that number and named
Head in the Estimates for the year 2009.

3. Payment out of Consolidated Fund

The Accountant General is authorized and required, from 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.

8. Public Debt
9. Electoral Commission
10. Office of the Prime Minister & Prime
Minister Ministries
15. Ministry of Finance and the Economy
20. Ministry of Agriculture, Lands, Marine

Resources and Agro-Industries
25. Ministry of Health
30. Ministry of Education, Sports and Youth

Affairs
40. Ministry of Works and Transportation
45. Ministry of Housing and
Social Transformation
50. Ministry of Justice and Public Safety

55. Attorney General’s Office & Ministry of
Legal Affairs

60. Office of the Ombudsman
75. Ministry of Labour, Public Administra-
tion and Empowerment
80. Ministry of Tourism, Civil Aviation,
Culture & Environment

SCHEDULE 1

Head of Expenditure Amount ($)


0
0

105,678,217
108,712,606

33,897,420
85,848,545
84,829,510

110,552,484

8,829,283
63,749,046

9,778,018
132,645

11,857,526

96,644,388

731,972,556

0
30,000

13,089,000
447,592

14,876,014
1,780,000

24,989,160
95,963,595

20,622,270

1,138,608
154,285

458,300

8,058,300

181,607,124

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1. Office of the Governor General
2. Legislature
3. Cabinet
4. Judicial
5. Service Commissions
6. Audit
7. Pension and Gratuities

Recurrent
855,717

2,266.565
3,471,900
2,858,108

649,129
1,361,449

0

Development
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

Passed the Senate on the 19th day of
December, 2008.

Hazlyn M. Francis,
President.

Yvonne Henry,
Clerk to the Senate.

Passed the House of Representatives on the 15th
day of December, 2008.


D. Gisele Isaac-Arrindell,
Speaker.

Yvonne Henry,
Clerk to the House of Representatives.
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