ACT 547 OF 1999
Official Journal No 43827 of 23 December 1999
Whereby the Revenue Budget and Capital Resources and Appropriations Act for Fiscal Term of it is decreed 1o. January to December 2000. Notes
Summary Effective 31
THE CONGRESS OF COLOMBIA DECREES: PART I.
BUDGET OF INCOME AND CAPITAL RESOURCES
ARTICLE 1o. Look computations budget of revenues and capital resources of the National Treasury for the fiscal year from 1st. January to 31 December 2000, in the sum of forty-six billion six hundred twenty-two thousand nine hundred ninety-nine million six hundred eighty thousand eight hundred twenty-two pesos legal currency ($ 46.622.999.680.822), according to detail Revenues Budget and Resources Capital for 2000, as follows:
REVENUES oF tHE GENERAL BUDGET oF tHE NATION
040,200 REVOLVING FUND oF DANE
A- B- CURRENT INCOME 8,177,857,058 310,500,000 CAPITAL RESOURCES
180400 National Apprenticeship Service, SENA
A - CURRENT INCOME 32,191,400,000
B - CAPITAL RESOURCES
C 45,052,984,000 - 500,000,000,000 parafiscal
190300 National Institute of Health, INS
A- B- CURRENT INCOME 3,522,300,000 95,939,500 CAPITAL RESOURCES
National Health 191000 A- CURRENT INCOME 10,100,000,000
PART TWO Article 2.
. Budget of Expenses and Appropriations Act. Lay hold to meet operating costs, investment and service the public debt of the General Budget of the Nation during the fiscal year from 1st. January to 31 December 2000, an amount totaling forty-six billion six hundred twenty-two thousand nine hundred ninety-nine million six hundred eighty thousand eight hundred twenty-two pesos legal currency ($ 46.622.999.680.822), according to the detail that is below:
CTA. CONTRIBUTION TOTAL RESOURCES CONCEPT SUBC
OWN PROG SUBP NATIONAL SECTION:
0401 National Administrative Department of Statistics, DANE
A. OPERATING BUDGET
13,465,391,963 13,465,391,963 13,465,391,963 13,465,391,963 TOTAL BUDGET SECTION SECTION
REVOLVING FUND OF DANE A. BUDGET 19,008,177 488,357,058 507,365,235 OPERATING
C. 32,770,000,000 8,000,000,000 INVESTMENT BUDGET 40,770,000,000 310
disclosure 8,000,000,000 8,000,000,000 TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE AND TRAINING OF
HUMAN RESOURCES GOVERNMENT 8,000,000,000 8,000,000,000 INTERSUBSECTORIAL 1000
410 BASIC RESEARCH APPLIED 23,050,000,000 23,050,000,000
200 3,050,000,000 3,050,000,000 INTERSUBSECTORIAL INDUSTRY AND TRADE
20,000,000,000 20,000,000,000 INTERSUBSECTORIAL GOVERNMENT INFORMATION 430 7,000,000,000 7,000,000,000 LIFTING FOR PROCESSING
3,500,000,000 3,500,000,000 INTERSUBSECTORIAL GOVERNMENT WORK AND 1300 INTERSUBSECTORIAL 3,500,000,000 3,500,000,000 440
SOCIAL SECURITY UPDATE INFORMATION PROCESSING 1,250,000,000 1,250,000,000
INTERSUBSECTORIAL 520 1,250,000,000 1,250,000,000 GOVERNMENT aDMINISTRATION, CONTROL AND 1,470,000,000 1,470,000,000
INSTITUTIONAL ORGANIZATION FOR SUPPORT STATE ADMINISTRATION
INTERSUBSECTORIAL 1,470,000,000 1,470,000,000 TOTAL GOVERNMENT BUDGET SECTION 32,789,008,177 8,488,357,058 41,277,365,235
1804 National Apprenticeship Service, SENA
A. 49,386,837,000 49,386,837,000 OPERATING BUDGET
B. SERVICE BUDGET
PUBLIC DEBT 162 500 000 162 500 000
C. INVESTMENT BUDGET
527,695,047,000 527,695,047,000 13,645,071,000 13,645,071,000 111 CONSTRUCTION OF OWN INFRASTRUCTURE
SECTOR 704 13,645,071,000 13,645,071,000 NON TECHNICAL TRAINING PROFESSIONAL
211 ACQUISITION AND / OR PRODUCTION 3,055,000,000 3,055,000,000 || | EQUIPMENT, MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES
SERVICES SECTOR EQUITY 704 3,055,000,000 3,055,000,000 NON TECHNICAL tRAINING PROFESSIONAL
310 DISSEMINATION, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE 330,099,976,000 330,099,976,000 and training
HUMAN RESOURCES 704 TECHNICAL TRAINING NO 311,464,005,000 311,464,005,000
INTERSUBSECTORIAL PROFESSIONAL WORK AND SOCIAL SECURITY 18,635,971,000 18,635,971,000
PROTECTION AND WELFARE 320 52,566,000,000 52,566,000,000
1302 HUMAN RESOURCE WELFARE A 52,566,000,000 52,566,000,000 |
|| 410 WORKERS bASIC RESEARCH, AND APPLIED RESEARCH 98,000,000,000 98,000,000,000
704 98,000,000,000 98,000,000,000 NON TECHNICAL TRAINING PROFESSIONAL
610 RECEIVABLES 23,369,000,000 23,369,000,000 1302 23,369,000,000 23,369,000,000 SOCIAL WELFARE
6,960,000,000 6,960,000,000 direct subsidies INTERSUBSECTORIAL 1300
LABOUR AND SOCIAL SECURITY 6,960,000,000 6,960,000,000 TOTAL BUDGET SECTION
A HEALTH MINISTRY. OPERATING BUDGET 114,055,892,534 114,055,892,534
C. INVESTMENT BUDGET 673,000,558,000 673,000,558,000
111 94,363,000 94,363,000 CONSTRUCTION OF OWN INFRASTRUCTURE
SECTOR SPECIALIZED SERVICES 303 94,363,000 94,363,000 310
HEALTH OUTREACH, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE 10,375,000,000 10,375,000,000
HUMAN RESOURCES HEALTH INTERSUBSECTORIAL 300 10,375,000,000 10,375,000,000 320
PROTECTION AND WELFARE 30,900,000,000 30,900,000,000
HUMAN RESOURCE INTERSUBSECTORIAL HEALTH 300
301 5,200,000,000 5,200,000,000 25,700,000,000 25,700,000,000 health prevention || | 410 basic research, applied 921 177 000 921 177 000 300
STUDIES AND HEALTH 355 000 000 355 000 000
INTERSUBSECTORIAL 303 566 177 000 566 177 000 SPECIALIZED SERVICES HEALTH
510 TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE 8,000,000,000 8,000,000,000
DISCLOSURE AND TRAINING A STATE OFFICIALS
SUPPORT FOR STATE ADMINISTRATION
8,000,000,000 8,000,000,000 300 INTERSUBSECTORIAL HEALTH
622,710,018,000 622,710,018,000 TRANSFERS 630 304 COMPREHENSIVE HEALTH SERVICES
622,710,018,000 622,710,018,000 787,056,450,534 787,056,450,534 TOTAL BUDGET SECTION | ||.
1903 NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF HEALTH INS
A. BUDGET 35,539,500 8,319,584,376 8,284,044,876 OPERATING
C. INVESTMENT BUDGET 1,716,470,000 3,582,700,000 5,299,170,000
UPGRADING AND MAINTENANCE 196 000 000 113 346 000 000 150 000 000 OWN INFRASTRUCTURE
300 INTERSUBSECTORIAL HEALTH SECTOR 196,000,000 150,000,000 346,000,000
211 ACQUISITION AND / OR PRODUCTION 177 million 483 000 000 660 000 000 | || EQUIPMENT, MATERIALS
SUPPLIES AND SERVICES SECTOR OWN
300 177 000 000 483 000 000 660 000 000 INTERSUBSECTORIAL HEALTH MAINTENANCE EQUIPMENT
212, 363,000,000 850,000,000 1,213,000,000
MATERIALS, SUPPLIES AND SERVICES
SECTOR EQUITY 300 1,213,000,000 850,000,000 363,000,000 INTERSUBSECTORIAL HEALTH
221 ACQUISITION AND / Or 260,000,000 329,000,000 69,000,000 PRODUCTION
EQUIPMENT, MATERIALS, SUPPLIES AND SERVICES
406 ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES 69,000,000 260,000,000 329,000,000 ADDED VALUE IN COMMUNICATIONS
310 DISCLOSURES, ASSISTANCE 132,000,000 370,000,000 502,000,000 | || TECHNICAL AND tRAINING OF HUMAN RESOURCES
300 132,000,000 370,000,000 502,000,000 INTERSUBSECTORIAL
HEALTH PROTECTION AND WELFARE 320 90,000,000 62,700,000 152,700,000
HUMAN RESOURCE 300 90,000,000 62,700,000 152,700,000 HEALTH INTERSUBSECTORIAL 410
basic research, applied 1,161,470,000 404,470,000 757,000,000
AND STUDIES HEALTH 404 470 000 757 000 000 300 INTERSUBSECTORIAL
510 1,161,470,000 TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE 285,000,000 650,000,000 935,000,000 RELEASE || |
OFFICIALS AND TRAINING FOR STATE SUPPORT FOR STATE ADMINISTRATION
300 285 000 000 650 000 000 935 000 000 INTERSUBSECTORIAL HEALTH BUDGET SECTION
TOTAL 10,000,514,876 3,618,239,500 13,618,754,376
3201 DEPARTMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT
A. 40,323,228,242 40,323,228,242 OPERATING BUDGET
C. INVESTMENT BUDGET
113 35,650,876,000 35,650,876,000 2,668,245,000 2,668,245,000 IMPROVEMENT AND MAINTENANCE OF OWN INFRASTRUCTURE
SECTOR ENVIRONMENT INTERSUBSECTORIAL 900 2,668,245,000 2,668,245,000 410
ENVIRONMENT BASIC RESEARCH APPLIED 2,403,785,000 2,403,785,000
ENVIRONMENT AND STUDIES 900
ENVIRONMENT INTERSUBSECTORIAL 1,233,785,000 1,233,785,000 855,000,000 855,000,000 CONSERVATION 901
170,000,000 170,000,000 902 MANAGEMENT 1101 70,000,000 70,000,000 PRODUCTION AND UTILIZATION AGRICULTURAL
1104 75,000,000 75,000,000 FISHERIES AND AQUACULTURE
420 100,000,000 100,000,000 pre-investment studies
900 100,000,000 100,000,000 MEDIUM INTERSUBSECTORIAL ENVIRONMENT
440 370 116 000 370 116 000 INFORMATION UPDATE FOR PROCESSING
900 370 116 000 370 116 000 AVERAGE INTERSUBSECTORIAL ENVIRONMENT
510 TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE AND OUTREACH 100,000,000 100,000,000
TRAINING STATE OFFICIALS TO SUPPORT STATE aDMINISTRATION
900 100,000,000 100,000,000 MEDIUM INTERSUBSECTORIAL 520
ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT, CONTROL AND 6,717,130,000
6,717,130,000 INSTITUTIONAL ORGANIZATION TO SUPPORT STATE ADMINISTRATION
INTERSUBSECTORIAL MIDDLE 900 6,207,130,000 6,207,130,000 ENVIRONMENT
901 510 000 000 610 510 000 000 CONSERVATION RECEIVABLES 6,398,600,000 6,398,600,000 900
INTERSUBSECTORIAL ENVIRONMENT ENVIRONMENT
6,398,600,000 6,398,600,000 620 500,000,000 500,000,000
direct subsidies 500,000,000 500,000,000 CONSERVATION 901 630
TRANSFERS 16,093,000,000 16,093,000,000 16,093,000,000 16,093,000,000 900 INTERSUBSECTORIAL MIDDLE 640
INVESTMENT ENVIRONMENT AND CONTRIBUTIONS 300,000,000 300,000,000 FINANCIAL
300,000,000 300,000,000 INTERSUBSECTORIAL MEDIA ENVIRONMENT TOTAL BUDGET SECTION
3202 Institute of Hydrology, Meteorology and ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES, IDEAM
A. 20,491,644,695 20,491,644,695 OPERATING BUDGET
C. 1,200,000,000 500,000,000 Investment budget
430 1,700,000,000 765,000,000 500,000,000 LIFTING OF INFORMATION PROCESSING
1,265,000,000 900 1,265,000,000 500,000,000 765,000,000 INTERSUBSECTORIAL MEDIA ENVIRONMENT
440 435 000 000 435 000 000 INFORMATION UPDATE FOR PROCESSING
|| | 900 435 000 000 435 000 000 INTERSUBSECTORIAL ENVIRONMENT ENVIRONMENT
500,000,000 TOTAL 21,691,644,695 22,191,644,695 BUDGET SECTION
NATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL FUND C. INVESTMENT BUDGET
4,643,466,000 6,715,200,000 11,358,666,000 113 4,643,466,000 4,643,466,000 IMPROVING AND MAINTENANCE OF OWN INFRASTRUCTURE
SECTOR ENVIRONMENT INTERSUBSECTORIAL 900 4,643,466,000 4,643,466,000 520
ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT, CONTROL AND 6,715,200,000 6,715,200,000 || |
INSTITUTIONAL ORGANIZATION TO SUPPORT STATE ADMINISTRATION
MIDDLE 900 INTERSUBSECTORIAL ENVIRONMENT
6,715,200,000 6,715,200,000 TOTAL 4,643,466,000 6,715,200,000 11,358,666,000 BUDGET SECTION SECTION
3208 REGIONAL AUTONOMOUS CORPORATION THE VALLEY OF SAN JORGE UNIS And, CVS
A. OPERATING BUDGET TOTAL 91,194,143 91,194,143 91,194,143 91,194,143 SECTION BUDGET
PART III. GENERAL PROVISIONS
ARTICLE 3o. The general provisions of this law are complementary to Law 38 of 1989, 179 1994 and 225 1995 Orgánicas the General Budget of the Nation and be applied in harmony with them.
CHAPTER I. SCOPE OF
. The general provisions governing bodies that make up the General Budget of the Nation and for national resources allocated to the Industrial and Commercial State and Societies of Mixed Economy with the regime of those.
Unincorporated funds shall be established by law or by their express authorization and subject to the rules and procedures established in the Constitution, the Organic Statute of the budget, this law and other rules regulating the bodies which they belong.
OF INCOME AND RESOURCES
The 5th ARTICLE. The Government may issue -TES- Treasury Securities Class "B" based on the faculty of Law 51 of 1990 according to the following rules: they will not have the joint guarantee of the Bank of the Republic; the estimated revenue of product placement will be included in the General Budget of the Nation as capital resources, except for those from the temporary placement of securities for treasury operations; their performances will be met from the General Budget of the Nation; redemption will be addressed under the resources of the General Budget of the Nation, with the exception of temporary treasury operations whose issue amount is fixed in the decree which authorizes; They may be administered directly by the Nation; They may be denominated in foreign currency; It requires only issue the decree to authorize and fix its financial conditions; issue will not affect the indebtedness quota and will be limited to those to finance budgetary appropriations in the amount thereof.
. The Directorate General of Public Credit Ministry of Finance inform the different organs refinement dates and disbursement of internal and external credit of the Nation. Public institutions of national order will report to said address the amount and timing of resources of foreign and domestic credit contracted directly.
Article 7. Current revenues of the nation and those contributions and resources in legal rules has not authorized its management to another body shall be entered in the National Treasury, by those who are responsible for their safekeeping.
The Superintendencies than a budgetary section must enter monthly in the National Treasury, the total value of contributions established by law.
CHAPTER III. EXPENDITURE
. The impact on the budget will be made taking into account the main provision originated in the commitments acquired and under this heading the other inherent costs or accessories are covered.
Charged to the appropriations of each budget category, which are affected by the initial commitments, obligations under these commitments, such as unexpected costs, adjustments and revision of values and default interest and expenses of nationalization will be addressed.
Article 9. Prohibits handle administrative acts or obligations affecting the spending budget when you do not meet the legal requirements or are configured as faits accomplis. The legal representative and computer spending or in whom these have been delegated, respond disciplinary and criminal prosecutor for violating the provisions of this rule.
Article 10. The commitments and obligations of the organs that are a section of the General Budget of the corresponding appropriations financed by income from contracts or agreements may only be made when they have perfected Nation.
Every provision of employment of public servants should correspond to those provided in the staffing, including the linkages of official workers.
Any provision of employment is made in violation of this mandate is void and will not create acquired right.
Linking supernumerary, for periods longer than three months it must be authorized by order signed by the head of the respective organ.
Article 12. The amendment application to plants require staff for consideration and processing, by the Ministry of Finance and Public Credit General -Director of Public Budget Nacional- the following requirements:
2. Comparative costs and expenses of existing and proposed plants.
3. Effects on investment expenditures.
4. Concept of the National Planning Department if investment expenditures are affected.
5. And other than the Directorate General of the National Public Budget deems appropriate.
The Administrative Department of Public Service approve the proposed modifications to the plant personnel, they have obtained the budgetary viability of the Ministry of Finance and Public Credit General -Director of the National Public Budget.
ARTICLE 14. The obligations for services doctor care, pensions, public services, costs of customs operations, communications and transport and social welfare caused in the last quarter of 1999 may be paid under the appropriation of fiscal year 2000.
the holiday bonus as compensation to them may be canceled under the current budget either be the year of accrual.
Article 15. The resources for training programs and social welfare can not be used to create or increase wages, allowances, bonuses, premiums, social benefits, salaries or occasional extralegal monetary stimulus that the law has not been established for servers public, or used to provide direct benefits in cash or in kind.
Training programs may include serial numbers of the officials who will turn directly to educational establishments, except as provided by Article 114 of Law 30 of 1992. The award will be made under the internal regulations of the respective body .
Social welfare programs and training, authorized by legal provisions, include the elements necessary to carry them out. Effective Jurisprudence
Article 16. No public servant may accrue simultaneously dollar salary and allowances, except for those who are legally authorized to do so.
ARTICLE 17. The Directorate General of the National Public Budget Ministry of Finance and Public Credit shall be competent to issue the resolution governing the establishment and operation of petty cash in the organs that make up the General Budget of the Nation.
Article 18. The acquisition of property needing organs that are part of the General Budget of the Nation for its operation and organization require a Procurement Plan. This plan is deemed approved at the time to include appropriations in the draft budget by the Directorate General of the National Public Budget Ministry of Finance and Public Credit and amended when the appropriations that support them are modified.
When bodies mentioned in Article 4o. of this law requiring purchase vehicles must obtain prior approval from the Directorate General of the National Public Budget. To this must include a justification that the vehicle inventory and replacement program detailing. Excepted vehicles Presidents of the branches of government and law enforcement operatives and the Administrative Department of Security "DAS".
ARTICLE 19. No body may enter into commitments involving the payment of fees to international organizations under the General Budget of the Nation, without there being a law approving public treaties or that the President has authorized its provisional application under the terms of Article 224 of the Constitution.
The contributions and contributions from Colombia to the International Financial Institutions will be paid from the General Budget of the Nation, except in those cases in which contributions are counted as international reserves, which will be paid in accordance with the provisions of the Law 1992 31 or those which modify or add.
ARTICLE 20. The current distribution of national income for the fiscal period 2000 will be considered validly municipalities reported and created the National Planning Department of territorial development -Direction until June 30, 1999 .
When there is doubt about the creation of municipalities, the Directorate for Territorial Development of the National Planning Department, prompted concept thereon to the Ministry of Interior.
For purposes of population distribution indicators will be used, unsatisfied basic needs, poverty and service coverage DANE, based on the 1993 census and financial information from municipalities and indigenous population statistics and extension of the shore of the municipalities of the Magdalena River.
A new municipalities duly reported, will apply the distribution criteria established in Decrees 2680 of 1993 and 638 of 1995.
The Ministry of Finance and Public Credit will only turn what is reported for that purpose by the Directorate for Territorial Development of the National Planning Department.
corrections, adjustments or modifications to the information reported to the Directorate for Territorial Development of the National Planning Department by the National Department of Statistics - DANE and IGAC carried out once it has been approved Conpes distribution of the partici-pation in the current revenues of the Nation for 2000 will only be considered for the distribution of 2001
Article 22. The resources of municipalities and indigenous resguardos from participation in current revenues of the Nation and the Attorney Located turned to departments and districts, which at the end of the fiscal year 2000, not find committed or executed, as well as financial returns arising from deposits made with the same resources, should be allocated in fiscal year 2001, for the purposes provided constitutionally and legally.
Article 23. The percentage of the transfer of Sales Tax assigned to the Departmental boxes Provident Fund and Social Benefits of the Magisterium, bound to pay the final and pensions nationalized staff layoffs, will continue to be paid taking basis of the agreements signed under the provisions of Law 91 of 1989.
Article 24. The bodies referred to in article 4o. of this law shall be submitted to the National Planning Department before March 30, 2000, the investment budget duly regionalized.
Similarly and in the same period must submit the regionalization of the total budget to the Directorate General of the National Public Budget Ministry of Finance and Public Credit.
When modifications to the budget affecting regionalization are made, the different bodies must submit this information to the National Planning Department and the Directorate General of the National Public Budget Ministry of Finance and Public Credit, in the month following the improvement of this operation.
distributions may be made in the budget of income and expenses, without changing its destination or amount, by order signed by the head of the respective organ. In the case of public establishments of national order these distributions will be made by resolution or agreement of the Boards or Boards of Directors. If no Boards or Boards of Directors will be the legal representative thereof.
When distributions that affect the budget of another organ that is part of the General Budget of the Nation are made in the Settlement Act, they will form the basis for incorporating the resources in the respective receiving entities, having to begin implementation during the term prosecutor begins the 1st. January and ends on 31 December 2000. These administrative acts
required for validity of the approval of the Ministry of Finance and Public Credit General -Director of the National Public Budget.
The heads of the bodies liable for the legality of the acts in question.
To avoid duplication in cases where the distribution affects the budget of another organ that is part of the General Budget of the Nation, the same administrative act as a basis for reducing the appropriations body that distributes and incorporate the receiving organ. The budget implementation thereof shall be initiated on the same effective date of the distribution; if required subordinales be opened.
The head of the organ or whom he has delegated the management of expenditure may conduct internal assignments of appropriation to facilitate their operational management and management of its dependencies, sectional or regional.
ARTICLE 26. The legal representative and computer spending bodies that make up the General Budget of the Nation will primarily meet the attention of staff salaries, social benefits, utilities, insurance, maintenance, judgments, pensions and transfers associated with payroll. Breach of this provision is grounds for misconduct legal representative and computer spending.
ARTICLE 27. Authorize the nation and its decentralized to make crossings accounts with each other or with their decentralized territorial entities and on the obligations that have caused each other in previous fiscal years entities. For these purposes prior agreement between the parties is required. This should be reflected in the budget, retaining only the destination for which they were scheduled the respective appropriations.
For legal obligations of origin which has the nation and its decentralized entities with other public bodies, they must take account, for purposes of these offsets, transfers and contributions to any title, the first they have been made in the past in any fiscal year. If there remain some balance against the nation this may sufragarlo through public debt, without implying any operating budget. It also may be issued without any operation involving budget, pension bonds that is Law 100 of 1993. All of these titles should be budgeted for purposes of redemption.
When the qualities of creditor and debtor in the same person, as a result of a process of liquidation or privatization of national bodies of public law, combine the accounts will be offset automatically.
The loss or deficit mentioned in letter e) of Article 27 of Law 31 of 1992 that corresponds to the Nation address may be paid with bonds issued by the Government.
The bonds are issued in accordance with Article 29 of Law 344 of 1996 should be budgeted for purposes of redemption.
OF THE BUDGET RESERVES AND ACCOUNTS PAYABLE
Article 28. The budget reserves and accounts payable of the bodies that make up the General Budget of the Nation for 1999, should be established no later than January 20, 2000 and submitted to the Directorate General of Public Budget national on the same date. The first will be constituted by the computer spending and budget chief or his substitute, and the second by the computer spending and treasurer of each organ.
In the case of contributions of the Nation to the Industrial and Commercial State or Societies of Mixed Economy with the regime of those, both reserves and accounts payable must be constituted in the same period, by the computer spending and budget chief or the person acting in the first case and computer spending and treasurer of each firm or company in the second case.
The same procedure shall apply to the Superintendents and the Special Administrative Units when not listed as budget sections.
Only in exceptional cases may make corrections to the information provided regarding the constitution of budgetary reserves and / or accounts payable. These corrections may be made until 30 April 2000.
Exceptional cases will be judged by the head of the organ or legal representative of the body or entity, as appropriate.
ARTICLE 29. Constituted
accounts payable and budget reserves of the fiscal year 1999, the remaining money will be refunded to the National Treasury no later than 25 January 2000 in the case of national resources . The refund will be endorsed by the computer spending and the respective management officer.
Article 30. The budget reserves for the fiscal year 1999 which have not been executed as of December 31, 2000 expire without exception. Consequently, management officials of the respective bodies reimbursed the money of the nation to the National Treasury, before 15 January 2001.
resources entered in the General Budget of the Nation bound for the Industrial and Commercial State and Societies of Mixed Economy with the regime of those, which have not been committed or executed on December 31, 2000 , shall be reimbursed by them to the National Treasury no later than 20 January 2001.
Article 32. The bodies referred to in article 4o. of this law may not enter into commitments that exceed the annuity. When developing the commitments, the goods and services they have not received satisfaction in this fiscal year, these obligations should meet the budget of the next fiscal year. CHAPTER V.
APPLICABILITY OF FUTURE
Article 33. When required exceed the annuity should be authorized to make commitments affecting future years, even in the event that they have sufficient ownership during the current fiscal year. insurance contracts are exempted from this provision.
Article 34. Requests to commit resources of the nation, affecting future fiscal years of the Industrial and Commercial State or Mixed Economy Societies with those rules, must be processed through the bodies that make up the General Budget of the Nation.
CHAPTER VI. MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS
Article 35. If there is budgetary appropriation in the public debt service may be made advances in the payment of the loan contracts. It may also be addressed under the ongoing effective servicing the public debt corresponding to January 2001. Effective Notes
Article 36. The National Government in the settlement decree classify and define the income and expenses. Likewise, when items are incorporated into rentier paragraphs, sections, programs and subprograms that do not correspond to its purpose or nature, located at the relevant site.
The Ministry of Finance and Public Credit -Direction General Public Budget Nacional- done by resolution operations in the same direction as required during the course of the term.
ARTICLE 37. The Ministry of Finance and Public Credit General -Director of Public Budget Nacional- own initiative or request of the Head of the respective organ, made by resolution clarifications and corrections necessary to amend legend transcription errors and arithmetic that included in the General National Budget for fiscal year 2000.
Article 38. The Minister of Finance and Public Credit, in accordance with the CONFIS, fix the technical criteria for the management of liquidity surpluses in line with National Treasury monetary, exchange rate objectives and interest rate short and long term.
PARAGRAFO. The National Government will appoint an Evaluation Commission and Restructuring of domestic public debt in Colombia. In the span of three months from the adoption of this law that Commission will submit a report to the government and Congress and as a basis for designing a law restructuring of domestic public debt of the national government, if necessary.
financial returns arising with national resources, including trust business, must be entered in the National Treasury in the following month of collection.
ARTICLE 40. The Ministry of Finance and Public Credit General -Director of Public Budget Nacional- visits may order, request the submission of books, receipts, cash and bank reports, budget reserves and accounts payable, financial statements and other documents deemed appropriate for proper scheduling and resource tracking incorporated into the budget.
ARTICLE 41. The Ministry of Finance and Public Credit General -Director of Public Budget Nacional- may refrain from advancing any budgetary procedures of operation of the entities listed in Article 4o. of this law that violate the objectives and goals outlined in the Financial Plan, the National Government Macroeconomic Programming and Annual Program Fund. For this purpose, organs and entities sent to the General Directorate of National Public Budget monthly reports on the implementation of revenue and expenditure, within five (5) days of the following month.
ARTICLE 42. The legal representation and management spending debt service is in charge of the Minister of Finance or his delegate, according to the provisions of the Organic Budget Law.