LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY-REPUBLIC OF EL SALVADOR
____________________________________________________________________ DECREE N ° 6
THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF THE REPUBLIC OF EL SALVADOR, WHEREAS:
I. That by Legislative Decree No. 490 dated 26 July 2001, published in Official Journal No. 153, Volume No. 352 of 17 August of the same year, the Law on the Production, Industrialization and Marketing of Agroindustry was issued Sugar from El Salvador, which aims to normalize relations between sugar and sugar mills and sugar cane producers.
II. According to Art. 4 of the aforementioned Law, the Salvadoran Council of the
Agri-Industry Sugar (CONSAA) was created, as a state agency with administrative autonomy, attached to the Ministry of Economy, with legal personality and own heritage, which is the highest authority in charge of the application of the alluded to Law.
III. According to Art. 11, number 13 of the aforementioned Law, the CONSAA must present to the Ministry
of Finance its draft annual budget of operations for inclusion in the General Budget of the State and in accordance with Art. 16 of The same Law, the annual expenditure and investment budget of the Council, will be financed with a contribution from sugar cane producers and sugar mills or mills for each pound of sugar extracted.
IV. That by Legislative Decree No. 880, dated December 4, 2014, published in the Journal
Official No. 233, Volume No. 405, of 12 of the same month and year, the contribution to be provided by the cane producers was established in $0.000502 Sugar plants or mills, per pound of sugar extracted during the 2014/2015 harvest; which is estimated at 1,600,040,000 pounds, which totals an amount of $803,220; these resources, as well as the balances of previous years for $400,000, will serve to finance CONSAA's annual expenditure and investment budget for the financial year 2015, in harmony with Art. 16 of the Law related to the first Recital.
V. That with the purpose that the CONSAA may have of the budgetary allocations that
make possible its institutional functioning, it becomes necessary to modify the Law of the current Budget, voted by Legislative Decree No. 866, date 20 November 2014, published in the Official Journal No 229, Volume No. 405 of 8 December of the same year, in the part corresponding to the Economic Ramp, adding in the Budget Unit 07 Support to the Adkrit Institutions, the Line of Work 07 El Salvador de la Agroindustria Sugar Council, with EIGHT HUNDRED THOUSAND TWO HUNDRED Twenty 00/100 U.S. dollars from the United States of America ($803,220), in the Rubro 81 Transfers of Special Contributions; likewise, to incorporate the Special Budget of the Salvadoran Council of the Sugar Agri-Industry (CONSAA), for an amount of UN ONE MILLION TWO HUNDRED AND THREE THOUSAND TWO HUNDRED AND TWENTY 00/100 DOLLARS FROM THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA ($1,203,220.00).
in use of its Constitutional powers and on the initiative of the President of the Republic, through the Minister of Finance,
DECCRETA: Art. 1.-In the current Budget Law, introduce the following modifications:
1) In Section -A General Budget of the State:
A) In Section II-REVENUE, Rubro 41-Income from Special Contributions, Account 411-Contributions to Special Products, Added the specific 41102-Contribution per Libra of Extracted Sugar, with the amount of $803,220.
B) In Section III-EXPENSES, in the part corresponding to the Economic Ramo, Budget Unit
07 Support to Adscribe Institutions, the Work Line 07 El Salvador de la Agroindustria Sugar is added, with the The following resources and purposes:
3. Relationship Purposes to Assigned Resources
Budget Unit and Purpose Cost Work Line
07 Support to Assigned Institutions 803,220
07 El Salvador Agri-Industry Council
Transferring the resources of the Special Contribution that
producers and sugar mills or mills contribute to the CONSAA to norme the relations between the sugar and sugar mills and the sugar mills with the producers Sugar cane. 803,220
4. Budget Allocation by Pool, Financing Source, and Economic Destination
2) In Section B Special Budgets, B. 1.-Non-Business Decentralized Institutions,
Section II -expenditures, add the Special Budget of the Salvadoran Agricultural Agri-Industry Council for the fiscal financial year 2015, as well:
Unit and Budget Encryption
Line of Job
Special Contributions Transfers
Special Contributions Spending
07 Support for Institutions Attached 803,220 803,220
2015 -4100-4-07-07-24-1 General Fund El Salvador Agri-Industry Council 803,220 803,220
El Salvador Council of the
A. INSTITUTIONAL FRAMEWORK
With justice, rationality and transparency the relations between the sugar and sugar mills of the country and the sugar cane producers, as well as promoting the management and sustainable development of the Salvadoran sugar industry.
2. Priorities in Resource Allocation
Meet the mandates defined in the Law on the Production, Industrialization and Marketing of the Sugar Agri-Industry of El Salvador and ensure its strict compliance.
Ensuring justice, rationality and transparency within El Salvador's Agrucía Sugar Industry through the implementation of actions to comply with the provisions of the Law.
Promote optimization of agricultural, industrial and commercial productivity and competitiveness of agro-industry The results contribute to the economic and social development of the country.
Destinations resources and efforts to address the verification of production, self-consumption and marketing of sugar cane, sugar and final honey within the agro-industry, through the carrying out of audits in the country's mills and the registration of sugar cane sales contracts.
Perform studies (a) technical measures concerning the production, consumption and determination of prices in the sugar sector.
Financing social benefit programs and projects for cane growers and their workers, including human capital development, education, cultural promotion, and environmental protection.
Order institutional, production and trade relations among the various actors involved in the sugar industry.
Maintaining constant monitoring of planting activities, cultivation, harvest of sugar cane, production, auto consumption and marketing of sugar and final honey, as well as its annual distribution among the mills for its purpose in the national territory and to promote the opening of new markets that allow the national agroindustry, the export of sugar and final honey in better conditions to make your
strengthening and sustainability.
16 Current Transfers 803,220
162 Current Public Sector Transfers
1624100 Economy Ramo 803,220
32 Years Old Balance 400,000
321 Bank and Bank Initial balances
32102 Initial Balance in Bank 400,000
C. RESOURCE ALLOCATION 1. Financing Source Expenditure Destination
Code Unit Responsible Budget Unit Own Resources
01 Management and Institutional Management Executive Director 683,835
02 Technical and Legal Services Executive Director 519,385
2. Institutional Economic Classification by Management Area
Current Expenses 1,189,745
Consumer Expenses or Operational Management 1,059,645
Goods and Services 654,900
Financial Expenses and Other 71,100
Taxes, Fees and Rights 1,200
Insurance, Commissions and Banking Expenses 69,900
Current Transfers 59.000
Current Transfers to Private Sector 50,000
Current Transfers to External Sector 9,000
Capital Expenses 13,475
Investments in Fixed Assets 13,475
3. Relationship Purposes to Assigned Resources
Budget Unit and Purpose Cost Job Line
01 Institutional Management and Administration 683,835
01 Address and Administration Normar and monitor relationships productive and commercial among the different economic agents of the
national sugar industry. 683,835
02 Technical and Legal Services 519,385
01 Supervision, Ordering and Control of Effective Compliance with the Provisions
set out in the Law on Production, Industrialization and Marketing of the El Salvador Agrucindustry Sugar. 519,385
4. Budget Allocation by Pool, Financing Source and Economic Destination
D. RANKING OF PLACES 1. Full Time Plate Stratification
2. Staff Classification by Full Time Activity
Monto Contracts Classification
Executive Staff 1 52,075
Technical Staff 7 141,000
Administrative Staff 5 63,210
Service Personnel 2 12,000
Total 15 268,285
Art. 2.-This Decree shall enter into force from the day of its publication in the Official Journal.
GIVEN IN THE BLUE HALL OF THE LEGISLATIVE PALACE: San Salvador, at the twenty-eight days of the month May of the year two thousand fifteen.
LORENA GUADALUPE PEÑA MENDOZA, PRESIDENT.
Budget Unit and Budget Encryption
Line of Work
of Goods and Services
Financial and Other
in Fixed Assets
01 Institutional Management and Administration
278,060 266,600 71,100 57,600 10,475 673,360 10,475 683,835
2015 -4116-4-01-01-21-2 Own Resources Address and
Administration 278,060 266,600 71,100 57,600
22-2 Own Resources
02 Technical and Legal Services
1,400 3,000 516,385 3,000 519,385
2015 -4116-4-02-01-21-2 Own Resources Supervision,
Order and Control 126,685 388,300
22-2 Own Resources 3,000 3,000 3,000
Total 404,745 654,900 71,100 59,000 13,475 1,189,745 13,475 1,203,220
Contract Pay Range
401.00-500.99 1 5,400
501.00-600.99 1 6,600
601.00-800.99 1 9,600
801.00-1,000.99 2 20,400
1,001.00-1,300.99 4 59.010
1,301.00-1,700.99 2 39,600
2,000.00-2,300.99 3 75,600
2,301.00 onwards 1 52,075
Total 15 268,285
GUILLERMO ANTONIO GALLEGOS NAVARRETE, ANA VILMA ALBÉZ DE ESCOBAR, FIRST VICE-PRESIDENT SECOND VICE PRESIDENT.
JOSÉ SERAFIN ORANTES RODRÍGUEZ, NORMAN NOEL QUIJANO GONZÁLEZ, THIRD VICE-PRESIDENT. FOURTH VICE-PRESIDENT.
SANTIAGO FLORES ALFARO, FIFTH VICE PRESIDENT.
GUILLERMO FRANCISCO MATA BENNETT, DAVID ERNESTO REYES MOLINA, FIRST SECRETARY. SECOND SECRETARY. MARIO ALBERTO TENORIO GUERRERO, REYNALDO ANTONIO LOPEZ CARDOZA, THIRD SECRETARY. FOURTH SECRETARY. JACKELINE NOEMI RIVERA AVALOS, JORGE ALBERTO ESCOBAR BERNAL
FIFTH SECRETARY. SIXTH SECRETARY. ABILIO ORESTES RODRÍGUEZ MENJÍVAR, JOSÉ FRANCISCO MERINO LÓPEZ, SEVENTH SECRETARY EIGHTH SECRETARY.
CASA PRESIDENTIAL: San Salvador, on the nine days of June of the year two thousand fifteen. PUBESQUIESE,
Salvador Sánchez Cerén, President of the Republic.
Juan Ramón Carlos Enrique Cáceres Chávez, Minister of Finance. D. O. NO 104 TOMO NO 407 DATE: 10 June 2015 JQ/geg 07-07-2015