5 ° of the I of art summary. LO. 111 3, of the social security code provides that social security funding Act sets each year, for each of the compulsory schemes with over 20,000 active contributors or pensioners own or organizations whose mission is to contribute to their funding, the limits within which their cash requirements may be covered by resources right-holders database not permanent. However, art. LO. 111-5 of the said code provides that in case of emergency, these limits may be raised by Decree. Art. 68 of the law of financing social security for 2003 (2002-1487 20-12 - 2002) has set the limit for the general scheme to 12.5 billion euros. However, as demonstrated by the commission of audit of social security in May 2003, the deficit of the general scheme will exceed EUR 4 billion that was provided during the vote on the funding bill. Regularly updated estimates anticipate since July 2003 that, in these circumstances, the need for cash by the Central Agency of social security at the end of the year 2003 should be higher than the initial estimate of billions of euros. Face this situation, the measures that the Government proposes to take to improve the situation of the Treasury of the scheme by the end of the year will allow that to limit the extent of these exceedances. It is therefore necessary to proceed with an increase in the maximum amount of the general scheme, the Government proposes to set at EUR 15 billion. Pursuant to art. LO. 111 5 of the above-mentioned code, ratification of this Decree will be sought from Parliament in Bill of funding for social security in 2004. In addition, under art. L. 111-10, the Government will introduce to Parliament, within 15 days after its publication, a report presenting the reasons for raising the ceiling and justifying the emergency which requires the use of the regulatory path.
Keywords health, social security, REGIME GENERAL, expenditure on health, insurance, expense, OVERRUN, cash, resource NON permanent, financing, cash advances, ceiling, rehabilitation post links Act No. 2003-1199 of December 18, 2003, funding of social security to 2004 (1) Act No. 2003-1199 of December 18, 2003, funding of social security to 2004 (1) JORF n ° 224, September 27, 2003 page 16531 text no. 47 Decree No. 2003-921 26 September 2003 on raising the ceiling of cash advances to the general system of social security NOR: SANX0300136D ELI: https://www.legifrance.gouv.fr/eli/decret/2003/9/26/SANX0300136D/jo/texte Alias: https://www.legifrance.gouv.fr/eli/decret/2003/9/26/2003-921/jo/texte the President of the Republic, on the report of the Prime Minister, the Minister of Social Affairs, labour and solidarity, the Minister of economy, finance and industry and the Minister of health of the family and persons with disabilities, having regard to the code of social security, notably articles LO 111 - 5-LO 111 - 10;
Pursuant to law n ° 2002 - 1487 20 December 2002 funding of social security for 2003, including article 68;
Having regard to the opinion of the Board of Directors of the Central Agency for social security bodies dated August 29, 2003;
The Council of State (social section) heard;
The Council of Ministers heard, enacts as follows: Article 1 more on this article...
The amount within the limit of which the cash flow requirements of the general social security scheme may be covered in 2003 by non-permanent resources is increased to EUR 15 billion.
Article 2 more on this article...
The Prime Minister, the Minister of Social Affairs, labour and solidarity, the Minister of economy, finance and industry and the Minister of health, family and disabled persons are responsible, each in relation to the application of this Decree, which shall be published in the Official Journal of the French Republic.
Done at Paris, on September 26, 2003.
Jacques Chirac by the President of the Republic: Prime Minister Jean-Pierre Raffarin the Minister of health, family and disabled persons, Jean-François Mattei the Minister of Social Affairs, labour and solidarity, François Fillon Minister of economy, finance and industry Francis Mer