Appropriation Act

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE OF THE

REPUBLIC OF NAMIBIA

CONTENTS Page

GOVERNMENT NOTICE

No. 138 Promulgation of Appropriation Act, 2009 (Act No. 4 of 2009), of the Parliament .......... 1 ________________

Government Notice

OFFICE OF THE PRIME MINISTER

No. 138 2009

PROMULGATION OF ACT OF PARLIAMENT

The following Act which has been passed by the Parliament and signed by the President in terms of the Namibian Constitution is hereby published in terms of Article 56 of that Constitution.

No. 4 of 2009: Appropriation Act, 2009. _______________

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Act No. 4, 2009 APPROPRIATION ACT, 2009

No. 4280 Government Gazette 16 June 2009 3

Act No. 4, 2009 APPROPRIATION ACT, 2009

ACT To appropriate amounts of money to meet the financial requirements of the

State during the financial year ending 31 March 2010.

(signed by the President on 3 June 2009)

BE IT ENACTED by the Parliament of the Republic of Namibia, as follows:

Appropriation of amounts of money for financial requirements of State

1. Subject to the State Finance Act, 1991 (Act No. 31 of 1991), the amounts of money shown in the Schedule are appropriated for the financial requirements of the State during the financial year ending 31 March 2010 as a charge to the State Revenue Fund.

Short title

2. This Act is called the Appropriation Act, 2009.

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Act No. 4, 2009 APPROPRIATION ACT, 2009

No. 4280 Government Gazette 16 June 2009 3

Act No. 4, 2009 APPROPRIATION ACT, 2009

SCHEDULE

VOTE TITLE AMOUNT APPROPRIATED

N$ 01 President 356 280 000 02 Prime Minister 293 477 000 03 National Assembly 109 795 000 04 Auditor-General 35 749 000 05 Home Affairs and Immigration 152 783 000 06 Police 1 427 542 000 07 Foreign Affairs 388 610 000 08 Defence 2 598 412 000 09 Finance 2 417 665 000 10 Education 5 374 871 000 11 National Council 45 005 000 12 Gender Equality and Child Welfare 298 251 000 13 Health and Social Services 2 414 587 000 14 Labour and Social Welfare 1 036 220 000 15 Mines and Energy 164 306 000 16 Justice 290 588 000 17 Regional and Local Government, Housing and Rural

Development 796 976 000 18 Environment and Tourism 305 648 000 19 Trade and Industry 344 745 000 20 Agriculture, Water and Forestry 1 234 493 000 21 Prisons and Correctional Services 341 733 000 22 Fisheries and Marine Resources 257 694 000 23 Works 481 401 000 24 Transport 1 398 157 000 25 Lands and Resettlement 174 294 000 26 National Planning Commission 98 528 000 27 Youth, National Service, Sport and Culture 380 308 000 28 Electoral Commission 180 001 000 29 Information and Communication Technology 234 808 000 30 Anti-Corruption Commission 26 983 000 31 Veterans Affairs 273 431 000

TOTAL 23 933 341 000 ________________