Law No. 631 Of 27 November 2002 State Budget For 2003

Original Language Title:  LEGE nr. 631 din 27 noiembrie 2002 bugetului de stat pe anul 2003

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Law No. 631 of 27 November 2002 State budget for 2003 was published in PARLIAMENT ISSUING the OFFICIAL GAZETTE nr. 863 of 27 November 2002, the Parliament of Romania adopts this law.


Chapter I General provisions Article 1 the purpose of this law is to establish the volume of income and its sources, structure of expenditure on destinations, for the State budget and the budgets of the Fund for health insurance, foreign loans and foreign grants, funds for the year 2003, as well as the responsibilities of the public institutions involved in the process of implementation of the budget.


Article 2 the law of the State budget are authorised training public financial flows of income and allocation of costs and the main destinations, authorising officers in accordance with the objectives of economic and social development of the country and specific financial policy for 2003.


Article 3 (1) synthesis of State budget for the year 2003, the revenue's detailed chapters and subchapters, and expenditure on parts, chapters, subchapters, titles, articles and paragraphs, is provided in annex 4. 1. (2) the State budget for 2003 shall be at the revenue amounting to 241,235.5 billion lei, while expenses amounting to 291,045.1 billion dollars, with a deficit of 49,809.6 billion.
  

(3) the synthesis of budget expenditure in 2003, sources of financing, with the detailing on the chapters, subsections, paragraphs, titles, articles, and, if applicable, is provided in annex 4. 2. (4) authorizing credit main Budgets and annexes thereto are laid down in the annex. 3 *).
  

— — — — — — — — — — * Note) annex. 3 will be published at a later date.

(5) the use of detention shall be prohibited and by authorising officers finance from State budget of any own incomes which are not listed in the annexes to the main budgets of authorising officers.
  


Chapter II Structure and the establishment of budgetary revenues budgetary revenues in article 4 shall be made on account of taxes, fees, contributions and other payments, collected from legal entities and physical persons.


Article 5 Taxes, fees, contributions and other revenue of the State budget, local budgets and budget of the Fund for health insurance, 2003, of any nature and origin, shall be levied in accordance with the legal provisions in force, and according to the provisions of this law.


Article 6 tax Control for the establishment, monitoring and collection of debt in previous years, within the period of prescription shall be carried out in compliance with the laws in force at the date of transactions under scrutiny.


Article 7 Taxes which include "income tax", outstanding as at 31 December 1999 and never collected until December 31, 2002, shall be levied and recorded in 2003 at the same budgets and the subdivisions that were due.


Article 8 the revenue of the State budget for the year 2003 are amounting to 241,235.5 billion and are presented as follows: TOTAL revenue-billion-241,235.5 of which: current income, 240,446.5: a) tax revenue: 223,569.3-direct taxes, 50,489.2 of which:-income tax-39,396.0 income tax 59,154.0-odds and amounts broken down from the tax on the income for local budgets (subtracted)-56,582.8-indirect taxes 173,080.1, of which:-90,221.1 value added tax-value-added tax levied on the 124,572.0-amounts broken down from the value added tax for local budgets (subtracted)-45,880.0 34,350.9-excise duty-8,163.0 b) income non-capital income 16,877.2 551.0 proceeds from the repayment of loans to non-238.0 Chapter III Arrangements and budgetary expenses Article 9 In the economic structure of the State budget expenditure for the year 2003 in the amount of 291,045.1 billion lei, EXPENSES are presented as follows:-TOTAL-billion-291,045.1 of which: 1. Current expenditure, 231,656.9: a) personnel expenditure 43,216.8 b) 38,293.7 materials and services c) grants 13,857.9 d 771.1 e) premiums) 84,409.1 f) transfers related to public debt interest and other costs 49,988.2 1,120.1 2 g) reserves. Capital expenditure 25,413.2 3. 219.8 loans 4. Repayments of loans, interest payments and loan fees, 33,755.2: the foreign credit repayments) 24,447.8 b) interest payments on loans and Commission external 9,307.4 to in article 10 (1) Shall have the obligation of principal loans to overcome the personal expenses, the maximum number of posts and in their structure, as set out in the annex for each. 3, through the establishment and communication of the number of posts, salaries, allowances and other elements of the system of pay provided for by law, and these secondary authorizing officers authorizing terţiari loans.
  

(2) the amounts of wage increases that will be awarded in 2003 under the conditions laid down by law are listed in the main credits sending budgets to the budget item "Expenditures on wages", paragraph "other rights" wage. These amounts shall be paid by the parent authorizing the loans "wage rights" in other paragraphs, reflecting corresponding salary increases approved according to law.
  

(3) the time limits laid down in article 21. III of the Emergency Ordinance of Government No. 33/2001 concerning certain measures relating to the remuneration of officials and other servants in budgetary sector, as well as personnel of organs of the judicial authority, as amended by law No. 386/2001 with subsequent amendments, shall be extended until 31 December 2003.
  

(4) payment of the annual award for the year 2003, which relates to the staff of public institutions, irrespective of the system of financing and subordination, including activities of some public institutions financed entirely from its own revenues, budgetary provisions are carried out from 2004, since January 2004.
  

(5) provision of budgetary year 2003 public institutions referred to in paragraph 1. (4) ensure the payment corresponding to the annual award in 2002.
  


Article 11 (1) Expenditures for travel, postings, transfers, provided for in budgets of authorising officers major loans in 2003, cannot be increased, in accordance with the law, through the virari of the budgetary appropriations for the other items of expenditure.
  

(2) in the course of the year, with the approval of the Chief authorising officer may be made of budgetary credits virari from one paragraph to another, within the limits of the amounts set out on this destination.
  


Article 12 the purpose of monitoring personnel expenses provided for in the State budget for the year 2003, the main budgetary credits shall have the following obligations: a) will present Ministry of public finance, within 15 days from publication of this law in the Official Gazette of Romania, part I, concerning the allocation of expenses each month staff approved, taking into account the conditions of business according to strict duties thereof by the end of the year;
  

b) shall ensure that the rights established and House payments related to expenditure on staff, accumulated from the beginning, not to exceed the amounts distributed according to the provisions of subparagraph (a). of that period);
  

c) will report monthly house payments related to expenditure on staff, the data and the structure set out by order of the Minister of public finances, which will be issued within 5 days from the date of publication of this law in the Official Gazette of Romania, part I.
  


Article 13 (1) expenditures for public authorities, which is financed from the State budget for 2003, shall be determined in the amount of 18,325.2 billion, of which 11,384.5 billion lei staff expenses, spending 3,719.7 billion lei materials and services, 44.6 billion dollars grants from the budget for public institutions, 978.0 billion transfers 1,435.8 billion capital expenditure and 762.6 billion for loan repayments interest payments, and commissions for them.
  


(2) public authorities are spending amounting to 1,355.0 billion for the Chamber of Deputies, 600.1 billion for the Senate Administration 139.4 billion presidential 60.5 billion lei for the Constitutional Court, 577.5 billion lei for the Court of Auditors, 5,872.3 billion for judicial authority, 39.5 billion lei for the Legislative Council, 31.4 billion lei for the Ombudsman, 83.1 billion for the National Council for studying the Security Archives , 46.1 billion for Antitrust, 61.3 billion for National Council of audiovisual, 9,459.0 billion for central public administration, of which 747.7 billion lei to the Government's General Scretariatul and 8,711.3 billion lei for ministries and other central public administration authorities.
  

(3) the Presidential Administration can settle, within the meaning of statutory provisions, transport costs, accommodation and other expenses for members of official delegations, representatives of institutions and representatives of the media who are not employees of the Presidential Administration and the accompanying Romanian President visits carried out in străînătate, under the heading "expenses on materials and services," the article "other expenses". Expenses related to movements carried out by the staff of the presidential administration is the same item supports. The presidential administration may ask the institutions represented in the official delegations, led by the President of Romania, moving străînătate, reimbursement for the transportation of the total cost of benefits realized by special aircraft available.
  

(4) the costs of maintenance and repairs of the property administered by the Chamber of Deputies, allocated in fulfillment of the mandate of the members of the electoral districts, are contained in the budget of the Chamber of Deputies under the heading ' expenditure on materials and services ".
  

(5) expenses for operation and maintenance of the Club's members of Parliament and Cabinet medical Stubs within the Chamber of Deputies shall incur from its budget. Expenses for operation and maintenance of the medical cabinet within the Senate is its budget support.
  

(6) income and expense budget for activities in addition to the Chamber of Deputies and financed entirely from own income is set out in the annex to the budget of the Chamber of Deputies.
  


Article 14 (1) the expenditure on defence, public order and national safety, which is financed from the State budget for 2003, shall be determined in the amount of 64,150.1 billion, of which 24,205.5 billion lei staff expenses, spending 20,602.3 billion and 3,056.9 billion lei services, grants from the budget for public institutions, 1,702.4 billion transfers 3,428.5 billion capital expenditure and 11,154.5 billion for loan repayments interest payments, and commissions for them.
  

(2) expenses for national defence shall be established in the amount of 31,754.8 billion.
  

(3) costs for public order and security national shall be determined in the amount of 32,395.3 billion.
  

(4) costs for staff training in military educational institutions and is incurring by the principal authorising officers that were responsible for such teaching units, regardless of the public institutions of national defense, public order and security of national military personnel briefed within.
  

(5) taking over the activities provided for in Ordinance No. 83/2001 concerning the establishment, organization and functioning of public services to the community for the release and record of passports, approved with amendments and completions by law No. 362/2002 will be made during the year 2003 under delivery-receipt protocols concluded between the Ministry of the Interior and the Ministry of Public Administration, following their approval by the Government. It authorizes the Ministry of public finance, at the request of the two ministries justified, to introduce appropriate amendments in their budgets.
  

(6) the obligations arising out of the State budget, with the exception of tax on income from wages and salaries, due no later than 31 July 2002 and unpaid by the National Oil Company Petrom "J.s.c.-Bucharest, shall be extinguished by compensation with the equivalent amount of petrol and lubricants delivered by the company to the Ministry of the Interior, as well as the units subordinate to this Ministry until 15 December 2003 within the limits of the sum up to 500.0 billion lei.
  

(7) within 30 days after the date of publication of this law in the Official Gazette of Romania, part I, the Minister of public finance will approve by order the methodological norms for the application of paragraph 1. 6. In article 15 (1) of the social-cultural Expenditure which is financed from the State budget for 2003 shall be determined in the amount of 65,187.0 billion, of which 4,304.6 billion lei staff expenses, spending 7,032.9 billion and 2,619.5 billion lei services, grants from the budget for public institutions, 40,558.3 billion transfers 3,830.0 billion capital expenditure and 6,841.7 billion for loan repayments interest payments, and commissions for them.
  

(2) expenditure on socio-cultural chapters of expenses are amounting to 15,335.6 billion to 12,428.4 billion lei, education for health, 4,855.5 billion for culture, religion and sport activity action and youth and 32,567.5 billion for social assistance, pensions, allowances and other allowances.
  

(3) The budget of the Ministry of education and research, to 57.01 "educational" chapter, entitled "the Expenses and services" are provided and for equipping of schools with pre-university inventory items for school furniture which nature transfer beneficiary units as well as for covering financial leasing interest contracted by the Ministry. Under the heading "capital expenditure" of the same chapter and are provided for the purchase of vehicles for the carriage of schoolchildren, as well as to cover financial leasing rates contracted in order to equip the units of Smithfield with computerized Labs, two categories of purchased goods to be transferred to the beneficiary units.
  

(4) the Government guarantees foreign loans to a maximum of $ S.U.A. 150.0 million, contracted by the higher education institutions of State-based projects, in accordance with the law.
  

(5) to the budget of the Ministry of Transfers of public information shall be used on the destinations referred to in the annex. 3/33.
  

(6) the budget of the Ministry of public works, transport and housing, the social chapter "60.01, allowances, pensions, and benefits", the title "Expenses", materials and services is financed expenditure on gratuitatilor and reductions in transport by rail, Metro, bus and inland waterway, which benefit, according to the law, persons whose rights are determined by law. 42/1990 for the veneration of the martyrs and heroes-granting rights to their offspring, the wounded, as well as fighters for the revolution of December 1989, republished, with subsequent amendments and additions to law No. 44/1994 concerning war veterans and some rights of invalids and war widows, republished, and law No. 147/2000 concerning reductions granted to pensioners for internal transport.
  

(7) the amounts of the State budget intended for the Roman Olympic Committee are set out in the annex to the budget of the Ministry of youth and sports.
  

(8) the amount of MDL 22.0 billion provided for in the budget of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs "Culture, religion and actions relating to sport and activity of youth, allocating funding for the activity of the Romanian Cultural Foundation.
  

(9) postal charges levied by National Company "Romanian Post"-for benefits payment to beneficiaries of pension rights in 2003 may not exceed 1.35% of the amount paid.
  

(10) the expenditure of the Office for authors ' rights, amounting to 11.2 billion, is financed from the budget of the Ministry of culture and religious affairs under the corresponding chapter "Culture, religion and action sports and youth activity".
  


Article 16 (1) the expenditure on public services and development, housing, the environment and water, which is financed from the State budget for 2003, shall be determined in the amount of 8,125.8 billion, of which 267.0 billion lei staff expenses, spending materials 141.7 billion lei, 8.6 billion budget subsidies for public establishments, 2,077.1 billion transfers , 3,429.8 billion capital expenditure and 2,201.6 billion for loan repayments, interest payments and fees attached to them.
  

(2) expenditure on public services and development, housing, environment and waters, chapter of expenditure are amounting to 5,818.9 billion for services and public housing development and 2,306.9 billion lei for environment and waters.
  


Article 17


(1) expenditure from the State budget for economic actions shall be established in the amount of 73,496.0 billion, of which 1,825.6 billion lei staff expenses, spending 5,896.8 billion and 8,010.9 billion lei services, grants, 771.1 billion, 32,109.6 billion transfers 12,246.7 billion capital expenditure and 12,635.3 billion for loan repayments, interest payments and fees attached to them.
  

(2) expenses for economic actions, chapters are spending amounting to 15,260.5 billion for the industry, 14,099.1 billion for agriculture and forestry, 30,307.6 billion for transport and communications and 13,828.8 billion for other actions.
  

(3) the management of the Fund for the improvement of the Land Fund, established according to annexes II nr. 1 and 2 to the Land Fund Law nr. 18/1991, republished, with subsequent amendments and additions will be made under any legal provision and will use based on the methodology developed by the Ministry of agriculture, Food and forests together with the Ministry of public administration.
  

(4) expenditure intended for export production and stimulation of exports, amounting to 1,680.0 billion lei will be used for: provision of bonificatii of interest on the export of products with short to medium cycle of manufacture; bonificatii of interest and guarantees for objectives and long-cycle products manufacturing; insurance of export credits and provides short-term, medium-term and long-term guarantees for objectives, products with long manufacturing cycle and investment in străînătate; insurance and reinsurance production credits for goods and services for export of goods; insurance and reinsurance contracts/export credit for general cargo. The Interministerial Committee for guarantees and Credits of foreign trade will allocate the funds allocated annually through the State budget instruments in the administration of the Export-Import Bank of Romania, EXIMBANK-S.A., in accordance with the law. 96/2000 on the organisation and operation of the Export-Import Bank of Romania, EXIMBANK-S.A., and specific tools to support foreign trade, as required to support exports.
  

(5) The budget of the Ministry for small and medium enterprises and Cooperatives are included and amounts to increase the registered capital of the National Fund of credit guarantee for small and medium-sized enterprises, as well as the amount of financing of the milliard 134.6 for development programmes and measures to support the creation of new small and medium enterprises according to law.
  

(6) the allocation of transfers from counties of the State budget, local budgets, for municipal and county roads, streets that will furnish the building blocks intended to designate new housing in rural and urban areas, is done by the Ministry of public works, transport and housing, in consultation with the Chairmen of the District Councils, in accordance with the provisions of art. 9 of law No. 115/1996 on the creation and use of the special fund for public roads, republished, with subsequent amendments and additions, as well as on the basis of the criteria in the rules for its application, no later than 30 days after the date of publication of this law in the Official Gazette of Romania, part I.
  

(7) the amounts set out in the budget of the Ministry of industry and Resources transfers from the State budget to local budgets for the development of the energy system is divided on counties, administrative-territorial units and targets, in accordance with the annex to this Ministry's budget.
  


Article 18 (1) expenditures for other actions, which is financed from the State budget for 2003, shall be determined in the amount of 8,533.0 billion, of which 1,229.6 billion lei staff expenses, spending 900.3 billion lei materials and services, grants, 117.4 billion 5,083.7 billion transfers 1,042.5 billion capital expenditure and 159.5 billion for loan repayments interest payments, and commissions on loans.
  

(2) charges for other actions, chapters are spending amounting to 3,442.3 billion for scientific research and 5,090.7 billion for other actions.
  


Article 19 at the expense of the State budget shall be established and shall be used on the basis of the ruling of the Government: the budget reserve fund) at the disposal of the Government, amounting to 800.1 billion lei, which is used to finance urgent or unforeseen costs incurred during the budget year;
  

b) intervention Fund at the disposal of the Government, amounting to 200.0 billion lei, which is used to finance urgent actions in order to remove the impact of nomad and support individuals affected;
  

c) available to the Romanian Government Fund for relations with Moldova, amounting to 120.0 billion lei, of which: 30.0 billion dollars to fund the programme broadcasts relay 1 Romanian television society on the territory of the Republic of Moldova, for which the authorising officer is the main Romanian television Society, and to finance the 90.0 billion dollars of projects of economic and cultural integration between Romania and Republic of Moldova.
  


Article 20 in the 2003 State budget, through the surprize loans amounting to 219.8 billion, of which 163.0 billion lei for finalizing objectives approved by intergovernmental bilateral conventions and agreements, 1.3 milliard for persons enjoying refugee status and are deprived of the means of existence and 55.5 billion dollars for microcredit granted to natural persons carrying out activities on their own , gainful, for the purpose of maintenance materials.


Chapter IV of the budget deficit, public debt and Government loan Article 21 State Budget Deficit is determined in the amount of 49,809.6 billion.


Article 22 (1) Expenditures for interest on public debt shall be determined in the amount of 49,988.2 billion, of which 21,696.0 billion represents interest incurred in connection with the internal public debt, 8,615.6 billion foreign public debt related interest, which, according to the legal regulations, shall be paid from the State budget 11,871.5 billion lei, expenses incurred in the issuance and placement of Government securities and risk guarantees granted by the State according to law 6,605.1 billion lei, differences being related to external debt, in which are included and differences of course unfavourable interest rates and reimbursing maturing foreign loans incurred to support the balance of payments and for structural adjustment, and 1,200.0 billion lei differences being related to public debt.
  

(2) The costs of the public debt and costs include the establishment of country risk rating by specialized agencies, in 2003, as well as any differences from previous years.
  

(3) the Government, through the Ministry of public finance, it is authorized to grant loans for financing and refinancing of State budget deficits from previous years and since 2003 up to the level recorded at the end of each year.
  

(4) in order to ensure financing of the current deficit of the State budget for the year 2003 from the availabilities contained in general account of Treasury, loans for financing and refinancing of State budget deficit may be contracted independently of the general treasury account balance.
  

(5) income from privatization and from dividends and from the sale of non-performing bank assets, remaining after deducting the approved budgets of the public institutions concerned, shall be used under emergency Ordinance of Government No. 38/2000 concerning measures to reduce domestic debt, which was approved by law No. 315/2001, if the regulations do not provide otherwise. With the amounts used to reduce borrowings to finance or refinance the deficit of the State budget shall be reduced from previous years deficits in the order of their registration.
  


Chapter V provisions relating to local budgets Article 23 (1) of the income tax receivable from State budget are established amounts broken down for balancing local budgets, accounting for 15,718.3 billion lei, according to the annex. 4, of which: a) 7,727.1 billion for social protection, social insurance aid and help for home heating, according to the provisions of law No. 416/2001 on the minimum guaranteed income, with subsequent amendments and additions, as well as the support system for the protection of persons with disabilities. This amount shall be distributed on the communes, cities, municipalities, districts of Bucharest by the County Council, by the General Council of Bucharest, by decision, after consulting the mayors and with technical assistance from specialized to General Directorate of public finance and, where applicable, to state the County Inspectorate for disabled persons, depending on the number of beneficiaries;
  

b) 1,926.4 billion for support of the child protection system;
  


c) 814.8 billion for financing decentralized culture from 2002 onwards and contributions for staff engaged in neclerical units of worship in the country, according to Government Ordinance No. 82/2001 laying down the forms of financial support for religious establishments belonging to the recognized religious denominations from Romania, approved with amendments and completions by law No. 125/2002. Amounts to ensure contributions for staff neclerical to be included in the budget of the County, the municipality of Bucharest, and payment is made through the centres of worship belonging to it. Cultural institutions that have passed in the financing of local public administration authorities from 2002 onwards are laid down in the annex. 5;
  

d) 1,335.6 billion for counties ' own budgets;
  

e) allocated 3,914.4 billion lei on communes, towns and municipalities, of the County Council, with priority to those territorial-administrative units which have insufficient income, after consulting their own mayors and with technical assistance from specialized to General Directorate of public finance.
  

(2) of the income tax receivable from State budget with effect from 1 January 2003, each of the administrative-territorial units shall be allocated on a monthly basis, within 5 working days after the end of the month in which it was charged this tax, a 36% share in the local budgets of communes, towns and municipalities in whose territories they operate tax payers 10% of the County's budget and 17% available to the County Council to balance the budgets of communes, towns, municipalities and the County.
  

(3) For Bucharest share is 63% and shall be distributed as provided in paragraph 1. (2) as follows: 18% to the local budgets of the sectors of Bucharest, 36% in Bucharest's own budget and 9% at the disposal of the General Council of Bucharest for balancing budgets and sectors of Bucharest. These percentages apply over income tax receivable from State budget at the level of each sector.
  


Article 24 Amounts broken down from the income tax to subsidize the heat delivered to households, amounting to 3,597.4 billion, as set out in the annex. 6, shall be distributed by the County Council on administrative-territorial units, after consultations with mayors, depending on the amount of heat delivered to the population and the related subsidy, according to the provisions of the Emergency Ordinance of Government No. 115/2001 regulating the measures to ensure the necessary funds for the purpose of providing heat and gas for the population, approved with amendments and completions by law No. 84/2002. Any savings you have registered with amounts broken down from the income tax to subsidize the heat supplied to the population as a result of the application of the provisions of art. 3 of the Government Emergency Ordinance nr. 115/2001, approved with amendments and completions by law No. 84/2002, is used for providing aid for heating the housing to households or for upgrading the facilities for the production and/or distribution of the heat.


Article 25 allocation of administrative-territorial units amounts broken down from income tax provided for in art. 23 para. (1) (a). (e)), as well as those of the 17% available to the County Council, i.e. 9% at the disposal of the General Council of Bucharest, approved by the County Council, and the General Council of Bucharest, using the criteria set out in the annex. 7, for 50% of the sum, difference, and for specific criteria approved by the ruling.


Article 26 (1) Amounts broken down from the value added tax, intended for the financing of expenditure on educational institutions from primary State, including rights relating to the granting of dairy and bakery for pupils in classes I-IV of the public education law of creşelor, as well as the County centres and local agricultural advisory, amounting to 34,350.9 billion dollars, are set out in appendices. 8, 8a and 8b)). Allocation amounts broken down from the value added tax on common, cities, municipalities and districts of Bucharest is made by the County Council, by the General Council of Bucharest, through determination and with technical assistance from specialized to General Directorate of public finance and, if applicable, the School Inspectorate of Bucharest city or County.
  

(2) For the financing of the expenditure of the institutions of the State, primary education institutions of culture, creşelor, County and local centres consulting, in addition to amounts broken down by State, local public administration authorities shall allocate amounts and their own budgets.
  

(3) the maximum number of posts funded for the State preuniversity education and religious units is given in the annex. 9. (4) of the local budgets shall bear the expenses related to facilities and rail lines for internal teaching staff, in compliance with art. 107 para. (4) of law No. 128/1997 concerning the status of teachers, with subsequent amendments and additions.
  

(5) local councils may grant scholarships for students in State preuniversity education, according to the legal provisions in force.
  


Article 27 (1) shall be granted in the year 2003 transfers from the State budget to local budgets for investments part-financed from foreign loans, amounting to 1,900.0 billion.
  

(2) the Ministry of public finances, together with the Ministry of Public Administration, shall allocate those districts and transfers on Bucharest and, within them, on the administrative-territorial units, for the financing of investment projects qualifying for foreign loans, according to loan agreements concluded with international financial bodies.
  

(3) in the case of development objectives of municipal utilities with partial funding from foreign loans, based on agreements concluded by Romania with international financial bodies for contracts financed from external loans and joint funding allocations from local budgets, i.e. local and transfers from the State budget, advances shall be granted, under the conditions laid down in the contracts in question, according to the agreements.
  

(4) the main credits you Authorizing local budgets, transfers from the State budget for investments part-financed from foreign loans, are required to analyse monthly execution of investment and, in the event of the existence of available funds, to propose to the Ministry of public finance budget transfers from the reunification of the State, as provided for in the overall position.
  


Article 28 individual revenue and expenditure headings relating to local budgets for the year 2003 are set out in the annex. 10. Article 29 (1) community public services for emergency situations and of persons will be organized under the provisions of Ordinance No. 88/2001 concerning the establishment, organization and functioning of public services for emergency situations, approved with amendments and completions by law No. 363/2002, and the Government Ordinance. 84/2001 concerning the establishment, organization and functioning of public services to the community of persons, approved with amendments and completions by law No. 372/2002, under the control of local public administration authorities and the Fund from their budgets, after approval by a decree of the Government of the protocols of the receipt of the respective activities.
  

(2) the Ministry of public finance is authorized to introduce the changes resulting from the action of delivery-receipt of these activities in the volume and in the structure of the State budget, local budgets and the budgets of the Ministry of Interior and the Ministry of public administration.
  


Article 30 of the autonomous Administrations of local interest that in 2003 they transform according to the law, the companies will pay to local budgets and profit tax payments from net profit of the period in which they functioned as 1900 and profit tax which relates to the period of the year during which work as commercial companies. In subsequent transformation in company profit tax shall be paid from the State budget, under the provisions of law No. 414/2002 on corporate income tax.


Chapter VI provisions relating to the budget of the Fund for health insurance in article 31 (1) the income and expenditure of the budget of the Fund for health insurance in 2003, established by law the health social insurance no. 145/1997, with subsequent amendments and additions, are set out in the annex. 11. (2) in determining the amounts that are prescribed in the contracts is reached by hospitals with health insurance for payment of medical services are considered and that the costs of installation and maintenance of high performance equipment purchased from external credits contracted directly or guaranteed by the State.
  

(3) the provisions of art. 10-12 are also applicable to the budget of the Fund for health insurance.
  


Chapter VII Provisions concerning economic operators Article 32


(1) the autonomous Administrations, companies and national companies, national institutes for research and development and other commercial companies can perform, up to an annual rate of up to 1.5%, applied to fund salaries made annually, which relates to employees with individual contract of employment, social security costs that are deductible when calculating taxable profit, for the proper functioning of activities or establishments that are in their administration according to law namely: creşs, kindergartens, health centres, clinics, health services granted in the case of occupational diseases and accidents at work up to internment in a health unit, museums, libraries, canteens, sports, clubs, nefamilisti, and the schools that they have protected.
  

(2) within the same limits as specified in paragraph 2. (1) establishments can allocate amounts and for a portion of the coverage: the costs of obtaining gifts for children of employees; partial coverage of the cost of transport to and from the place of employment of the employees; bearing part of the cost of a ticket or rest for its own employees and to members of their families, including transportation; the granting of aid for the funeral; the granting of aid of some employees who have suffered significant losses in their own households as a result of natural disasters, in order to cover part of the expenses in the event of serious or incurable diseases, and for contributing to the funds of the Association of professional intervention, according to the provisions of art. 51 of law No. mines 61/1998, as amended. Also, establishments can contribute by allocating sums to children in schools and out of orphanages.
  

(3) natural persons who are self-employed and obtaining income or income from professions, as well as unincorporated associations, which operate with employees engaged with individual contract of employment, may be up to a maximum quota of 1.5% of outstanding pay claims made each year for employees in the case, the expenses are tax deductible in the calculation of net income for the destinations referred to in paragraph 1. (2) and (4) the nature of the expenses referred to in paragraph 1. (1) and (2), including those incurred from transfers for social protection, awarded by the autonomous administrations, companies and national companies subsidized from the State budget or receiving transfers from the State budget, as well as by the companies subsidized from the State budget, provision is made in the budgets of income and expenses thereof, at the level of established and approved by the Government.
  

(5) the nature of the proceeds referred to in paragraph 1. (2) and (3), carried out by employees, shall not be subject to taxation and shall supplement the provisions of Ordinance No. 7/2001 on income tax, approved with amendments and completions by law No. 493/02.
  

(6) For the autonomous administrations, companies and national companies, subsidized from the State budget, as well as for companies subsidized from the State budget and trade companies with state capital, which also provided for in the articles of incorporation for approval the budget of revenue and expenditure of the Government, the costs of advertising and publicity, protocol are tax deductible within the limits approved by the laws that govern them and shall be approved by the Government together with the approval of the budget of income and expenses thereof.
  

(7) the provisions of the preceding paragraph also benefit national institutes of research and development, whose budget of revenue and expenditure shall be approved under the provisions of law No. 292/2002 laying down detailed rules for the approval of the revenue and expenditure budget of the national institutes of research and development, by order of the Minister, with the opinion of the Ministry of labour and social solidarity and the Ministry of public finances.
  


Article 33 (1) of the autonomous Administrations, companies and national companies may issue negotiable only with the approval of the Ministry of public finance, on the basis of proposals submitted by the ministries, local councils, the County and the General Council of Bucharest, where appropriate.
  

(2) marketable securities may be bonds or other debt securities laid down by the Ministry of public finance.
  


Chapter VIII enforcement responsibilities Article 34 the commitment appropriations for multiannual actions in 2003, are at the level of budgetary allocations.


Article 35 the Government can approve the decision changes the structure and main between authorising officers, with enrolment in the total level of expenditure from foreign loans referred to in the annex. 2, depending on the progress of the programmes of external loan, approved according to law.


Article 36 (1) In the budgets of authorising officers are provided for the main credits, if applicable, and the amounts of contribution to the achievement of Government programmes and projects with international financing.
  

(2) authorising officers are required by parent credits that, within the approved budgetary appropriations for the year 2003, to ensure full and priority necessary funds representing local component relating to the conduct of the programmes and projects with international financing, as well as the necessary financing commitments through the documents to prepare for the accession of Romania to the European Union.
  

(3) it is prohibited to authorising officers to carry out major credit credit virari under the heading "budgetary Transfers" paragraphs "programs with financing refundable", "community programs" and "programs with grant", the other paragraphs and items of expenditure of the same chapter or other budget chapters except those performed to the same paragraphs.
  

(4) the amount provided for in budgets of authorising officers in the main credits "with grant" for the co-financing of actions related to the National Programme of accession of Romania to the European Union can conduct current expenditure and capital for the corresponding objectives contained in the programme.
  

(5) the amounts of the Government's contribution to the attainment of foreign funded investment under the heading "capital expenditure" can not be redistributed to other investment objectives.
  


Article 37 (1) the amounts intended for the payment of contributions and contributions to international organisations, approved under the provisions of the law, including the payment of possible bank fees charged by foreign correspondent banks of Romania's National Bank for foreign currency transfers are covered, are listed in the main credits of the authorising officers ' budgets under the heading "Transfers". Romania's contribution to the international financial bodies, as established by the laws in force, ensure that the budget of the Ministry of public finance.
  

(2) in order to ensure payment of levies due and contributions to international organizations, the international financial bodies, community programs, and the tax returns of foreign loans, payments of interest and related charges, authorising officers may carry out the main credits, prior to commitment of budgetary credits, virari from other expenditure titles within the same chapter or from other chapters where appropriate, throughout the whole year.
  

(3) it is prohibited to authorising officers to carry out major credit credit virari under the heading "budgetary Repayments, interest payments and loan fees" to other expenditure titles within the same chapter and other chapters, as well as between paragraphs article spending "foreign credit Repayments and interest payments and commissions from foreign loans contracted by authorising officers".
  


Article 38 (1) within 15 days from publication of this law in the Official Gazette of Romania, part I, the Government will approve the budgets of income and expenditure for the year 2003 of autonomous public corporations, national companies, firms and companies subsidized from the State budget on the proposal of the ministries and other central organs coordinating and budgets of revenue and expenditure for the year 2003 of companies with state capital which have this provision in the articles of incorporation.
  

(2) within the time limit laid down in paragraph 1. (1) approved and revenue and expenditure budgets of the national institutes for research and development.
  


Chapter IX final provisions Article 39 (1) in 2003 are deductible when calculating taxable profit expenses corresponding to the mass of the tokens issued by the authorized issuing units according to law No. 142/1998 concerning the granting of vouchers, for a maximum number of 1,426,000 employees in the first quarter, employees in the second quarter 1,476,000, 1,526,000 employees in the third quarter and 1,576,000 in the fourth quarter, wage earners and awarded by employers to employees, up to a limit of nominal value provided for in law.
  

(2) also are deductible when calculating taxable profit expenses corresponding to the nominal value of vouchers granted to the employees table of the employers who have organized canteens-restaurant or buffets, in compliance with the legal provisions in force.
  

(3) authorized by law the issuing Units can issue tickets for a number of employees greater than that provided for in the authorization only if they belong to certain categories of employers who undertake activities nonprofit.
  


(4) In the budgets of public institutions, irrespective of the system of financing and subordination, including activities of some public institutions, with the exception of institutions financed entirely from own incomes cannot approve the amounts for the granting of vouchers, whereas in the budget amounts are not provided with this destination.
  


Article 40 (1) expenditure relating to damages, including those arising from the application of taxes, fees and other revenue of the State budget, other damages determined as payable by the Ministry of public finance, in its own name or in the interest of the State, on the basis of the final decisions of the courts, as well as monetary obligations of the Romanian State, born from the application of the European Convention on human rights and established agreements to settle amicably through the decisions of the Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe and the judgments of the European Court of human rights, shall be covered by the Ministry of public finance, legal documents, of the amounts provided for this destination in the State budget for 2003.
  

(2) the amount provided for in the budget of the Ministry of public finance for civil damages as well as for judicial and extra-judicial expenses derived from shares in representing the interests of the State, according to legal provisions, ensure and funds needed to implement the law. 9/1998 concerning the granting of compensation to Romanian citizens in respect of goods listed in the Bulgarian State property pursuant to the Treaty between Romania and Bulgaria, signed in Craiova on 7 September 1940, republished.
  

(3) the amount provided for in the budget of the Ministry of public finance for civil damages as well as for judicial and extra-judicial expenses derived from shares in representing the interests of the State, according to legal provisions, ensure, at the request of the General Secretariat of the Government, and funds necessary for liability for judicial and extra-judicial expenses derived from shares in which the Government is a party. Financing needs be approved Ministry of public finance to introduce appropriate amendments to the State budget and the budgets of the two parent, authorising officers in order to ensure budgetary allocations within the limits to which payments will be made.
  


Article 41 (1) For investment projects financed from external loans contracted by the Romanian State at international financial bodies-the European Bank for reconstruction and development, International Bank for reconstruction and development, European Investment Bank, the Development Bank of the Council of Europe and others-the equivalent in a foreign currency loan of USD, representing the contribution of the Romanian party financing such projects shall be that applying on the date of conclusion of the loan agreements between Romania and relevant financial bodies and can be modified on during execution with the differences resulted from updating the total value of projects, depending on the evolution of the total consumer price index, the National Institute of statistics, on their own responsibility to authorising officers by parent and beneficiary units on loan.
  

(2) in the case of a change of the legal status of final beneficiaries of foreign loans contracted by the Romanian State at international financial bodies, mentioned in paragraph 1. (1), transfers from the State budget to local budgets for investments part-financed from external loans and, where necessary, the appropriations from local budgets, representing the contribution of the Romanian side to partially finance these projects, will be provided below, to the extent that the Ministry of public finance has endorsed changing the legal status.
  

(3) additional Expenses arising under the terms of paragraph 1. (1) as well as any overruns arising from modification of laws in the field of taxes and levies pertaining to projects of any thereof shall be financed from the State budget, local budgets, or from your own sources of final beneficiaries of foreign loans, where appropriate, pending the completion of these projects.
  


Article 42 (1) and Institutions of Central and local public authorities who in hotels, rest homes and guestbook, rest, treatment and other such units will ensure financing current expenditure and capital for these units exclusively from their own revenues.
  

(2) authorising officers will not be able to fund any activity related to the management of the establishments referred to in paragraph 1. (1) appropriations from the State budget, local budgets and special funds budgets.
  


Article 43 the rights according to the law, personal assistant of the person with a disability, which granted permanent care of the child or adult with a severe disability, it supports from local budgets, and the allowance for retirement enjoyed attendant employed in the degree of disability shall incur from the State social insurance budget.


Article 44 From a possible correction of the State budget for the year 2003 from any additional sources or savings from spending will be allocated funds to finance priority actions for education and agriculture.


Article 45 appendices. 1-11 are an integral part of this law.
This law was adopted by the Chamber of Deputies and the Senate sitting of 13 November 2002 commune, in compliance with the provisions of art. 74 para. (2) of the Constitution of Romania.
PRESIDENT of the CHAMBER of DEPUTIES SENATE CHAIRMAN NICOLAE JARON DANIELS V Bucharest, 27 November 2002.
Nr. 631.


Appendix 1 BUDGET 2003-Synthesis-MDL-Chapter under the Title chapter/Article-Paragraph pointer Naming Program 2003 A B C 0001 revenue TOTAL i. 241,235,535,000 0002 CURRENT INCOME TAX INCOME of 240,446,535,000 0003.223,569,335,000 0004. DIRECT TAXES 50,489,245,000 0101 39,396,000,000 0201 PROFITS TAX and SALARIES TAX on Payroll Tax 280,000,000 01-total 280,000,000 0601 59,154,000,000 01 INCOME TAX tax on income from self-employment Tax on income from 1,180,000,000 02 payroll tax 53,383,000,000 03 income from the lease of property tax income from 735,000,000 04 dividend 2,190,000,000 05 tax on interest income other income tax 380,000,000 06 102,000,000 07 come tax t of the tax on pension 190,000,000 08 revenues from gambling, from awards and from the premium in cash and/or kind 60,000,000 09 income tax on income derived from the transfer of ownership of securities and selling social parties 50,000,000 10 290,000,000 11 Settlement tax on income from the sale of any form of intellectual property rights, tax revenue 70,000,000 12 from non-resident natural persons income tax 470,000,000 13 agricultural activities 20,000,000 14 Tax on the proceeds from the sale of goods under consignment and of activities undertaken on the basis of a contract of mandate, Commission agent or commercial 34,000,000 0701 ODDS and AMOUNTS BROKEN DOWN FROM the TAX on INCOME (deducted) 56,582,755,000 01-Odds broken down from the tax on income (deducted) Amounts broken down by 37,267,000,000 02-from income taxes to balance budgets (deducted) Amounts broken down by 15,718,320,000 03-from income tax to subsidize the heat supplied to the population (minus)-OTHER 3,597,435,000 0801 DIRECT TAXES income tax 5,942,000,000 01 for legal entities non-resident income tax 3,591,000,000 02 obtained from illicit commercial activities or from non-compliance with the law on consumer protection tax on dividends of 15,000,000 03 at companies 2,300,000,000 08 Rev 35,000,000 30 Other school fees proceeds from direct taxes 1,000,000 0901 2,300,000,000 04 CONTRIBUTIONS

 


 


For additional pension contribution Contribution 600,000,000 09 economic agents for people with disabilities 1,700,000,000 1300 A2. INDIRECT TAXES VALUE ADDED TAX 173,080,090,000 1301 90,221,090,000 01 124,572,000,000 03 T.V.A. charged Amounts broken down from local budgets for the T.V.A. (subtracted)-34,350,910,000 1401 45,880,000,000 1601 8,163,000,000 01 DUTIES EXCISE duty from corporates and other 7,713,000,000 02 customs duty revenue collected from individuals through customs units 450,000,000 1701 OTHER INDIRECT TAXES 28,816,000,000 01 charges for gambling tax rates for 400,000,000 03 issuing licenses and permits for fu 420,000,000 04 ncţionare fee for the activity of prospecting, exploration and exploitation of mineral resources 2,000,000,000 07 special Income tax unique auto fuels delivered to the domestic producers, as well as for car fuels consumed by them and on imported petrol auto 11,928,000,000 10 Judicary 50,000,000 11 income from stamp stamp stamp duty 80,000,000 12 judiciary for notary activity 662,000,000 13 extrajudicial Fees of 1,000,000 15 stamp revenues from Fines 28,000,000 16 judicial expenses Advanced judicial 40,000,000 18 State Tax on activities harmful to their health and Income from advertising 710,000,000 19 the special development of the charge contained in the power and heat rate 6,220,000,000 21 stamp duty on the social gaming social 225,000,000 22 stamp duty on the value of imported automotive new 12,000,000 24 tax on crude oil from domestic production and natural gas Charges for authorisation of 3,000,000,000 25 disposal of alcohol , alcoholic beverages, tobacco products and coffee 200,000,000 26 special Income from fee Revenue for customs services special purpose 650,000,000 27 from the rates applied on the income realised in the field of civil aviation 250,000,000 28 income taxes 1,923,000,000 30 other revenue from indirect taxes 17,000,000 1900 b. INCOME PAYMENTS FROM NON-16,877,200,000 2001 NET PROFIT of AUTONOMOUS PUBLIC CORPORATIONS PAYMENTS FROM 2,000,000,000 2101 PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS for metrology 200,000 02 6,777,200,000 01 Charges income from fees p for customs fees benefits benefits made 350,000,000 03 and for issuing permits to transport international traffic 16,000,000 04 1,170,000,000 05 charges for Consular Fees analyses carried out by laboratories, other than health, in addition to other fees 46,000,000 10 institutions revenue from environmental protection 111,000,000 12 Subscriptions from availability of public institutions and autofinanţate activities of 22,000,000 13 Payments of public institutions and activities fees for educational autofinanţate 6,000,000 17 67,000,000 18 income from legal and technical expertise extra-judicial 14,000,000 19 income realised upon participation in actions under the aegis of international organisations 340,000,000 20 revenue from services revenue from the production of 1,901,000,000 22 insured risks 9,000,000 30 other income from VARIOUS public institutions 2,725,000,000 2201 8,100,000,000 01 INCOME revenue from the application of extinctive 120,000,000 03 revenues from fines and other penalties according to the legal provisions of the share Proceeds forfeited 1,626,000,000 04 according to the penal code of 4,000,000 05 Refunds from previous years ' funding budget 850,000,000

 

06 income tax from concession assets of companies or national companies in which the State is a major shareholder 6,000,000 07 revenue from concessions and rental 4,198,000,000 08 penalties for failure or late submission of Declaration of taxes and duties 12,000,000 09 interest income Payments from 15,000,000 11 legal person for disabled persons not covered by Receipts from the sale of goods 170,000,000 12 seized , abandoned and other amounts receivable once the seizure under the law 283,000,000 19 410,000,000 20 Dividend Income the amounts arising from the recovery of debts arising from pension rights and social security income from military 5,000,000 21 1,000,000 30 compensation Receipts from other sources 400,000,000 3000. INCOME FROM EQUITY INCOME FROM the SALE of 551,000,000 3001 of PROPERTY to the STATE'S Revenue from the sale 551,000,000 01 property of the institutions of Public Revenue from the sale of 481,000,000 02 stock at national material reserves and mobilization 40,000,000 08 revenues in the process of budgetary debt 30,000,000 4200 VIII. PROCEEDS FROM the REPAYMENT of LOANS to 238,000,000 4201 PROCEEDS FROM REPAYMENT of LOANS to NON-238,000,000 01 proceeds from the repayment of loans for the completion of the objectives approved by the bilateral conventions and intergovernmental agreements 900,000 05 proceeds from repayment of loans to persons enjoying refugee status 100,000 09 proceeds from repayment of loans to cover the arrears by CONEL and ROMGAZ 200,000,000 10 proceeds from repayment of loans from the Fund financial recovery 22,000,000 11 proceeds from the repayment of loans for investment projects Tourism Receipts from repayment of 2,000,000 15 microcredit granted to natural persons carrying out activities on their own, gainful, for the purpose of maintenance materials from 3,000,000 17 microcredit repayment Proceeds provided by government agencies and administered by credit agencies 5,000,000 18 proceeds from external credit beneficiaries for the purpose of importing fuels STATE BUDGET 5,000,000 5001 291,045,109,060 01 231,656,932,275 02 EXPENDITURE CURRENT PERSONNEL EXPENDITURE and MATERIAL EXPENDITURES 43,216,867,578 20 38,293,763,920 34 13,857,919,110 35 01 SERVICES GRANTS grants the budget for public 7,423,570,541 35 02 subsidies on products and Subsidies to cover activities 3,720,416,569 35 03 price differences and 2,713,932,000 36 771,100,000 38 PREMIUM fare TRANSFERS

84,409,063,530 39 6,377,615,702 39 01 consolidabile Transfers transfers from the State budget, local budgets for energy system development 414,780,000 39 02 transfers from the State budget to local budgets for municipal and county roads, streets that will furnish the building blocks intended to designate new housing in rural and urban areas 2,647,716,579 39 03 transfers from the State budget, local budgets for investments part-financed from foreign loans in the budget Transfers from 1,900,000,000 39 10 the State social insurance fund budget health, representing the contribution payable by persons who conscripts within 294,608,400 39 11 Transfers from the State budget to the budget of the Fund for health insurance, representing the contribution due from individuals that a sentence involving deprivation of liberty or 214,155,723 39 14 remand programme paving the roads and communal water supply to villages 400,000,000 39 19 transfers from the State budget to local budgets for construction housing 385,000,000 39 20 transfers from State budget to the local budgets to finance the elaboration and/or updating general urban plans and local zoning regulations 37,000,000 39 24 transfers to local budgets for local airports 29,355,000 39 25 transfers from the State budget to local budgets for upgrading boilers and electrical heating 55,000,000 40 78,031,447,828 40 01 neconsolidabile Transfers 526,002,000 40 02 Housing Allowances and other Scholarship 1,353,078,494 40 03 aid for children
11,721,638,345 40 04 I.O.V.R. pensions and aid, military Aid, and others 44,000,000 40 09 16,094,155,058 40 08 social allowances and other allowances, contributions and dues at 349,238,870 40 11 international organizations 820,460,038 40 15 544,180,056 40 16 severance Fund for research and development related to industry restructuring 1,500,000,000 40 18 Transfers of Defense 886,600,000 40 19 additional Allowance for families with children 827,256,000 40 21 payments made in the context of development programmes for 859,453,167 40 22 supporting technical conservation programs or closing the mines 550,000,000 40 23 social protection what is granted for certain activities in the mining sector to support Expenses 785,771,800 40 24 public rail passenger transport 4,741,000,000 40 26 related Transfers national fund pre-accession Fund 7,625,364,468 40 27 related Transfers of Romanian social development 76,032,840 40 28 enforcement of budgetary Compensation claims civil 15,000,000 40 29 as well as judicial and extra-judicial expenses derived from shares in representing the interests of the State, according to the legal provisions on accounting fees for 2,535,691,994 40 30 expertise in criminal proceedings for the funding Transfers 14,342,000 40 31 genetic heritage of animals 50,000,000 40 32 supporting organizations of citizens belonging to national minorities, other than those that receive subsidies from the State budget, according to the law 196,052,808 40 33 communication projects public information and promotion, image and Romanian interests abroad 51,699,662 40 34 Supporting activity of Romanians from everywhere and organisations representing them 15,000,000 40 35 70,300,000 40 36 political parties Financing the financing of actions of scientific and socio-cultural programmes and Financing 4,700,000 40 37 projects within the European Campaign to combat racism, xenophobia, anti-Semitism and intolerance 3,170,000 40 38 funding of Ensemble "and the victims of communism Memorial of Sighet resistance" 2,200,000 40 39 State Orders books and 29,040,000 40 40 publications financial support for the production and distribution of films 35,620,000 40 41 38,242,332 40 42 associations and foundations Grant custody and foster 329,676,000 40 43 annual Aid for Veterans Health Programs 70,595,000 40 44 1,049,556,000 40 45 35,694,000 40 46 Youth Programs for financial support for the work of the Romanian Olympic Committee 50,000,000 40 47 Real Estate Cadastre 35,000,000 40 48 Meteorology and hydrology flood prevention and combating 335,500,000 40 49 and frosts 15,000,000 40 50
Expenditure for Supporting cenuşilor of pyrite 55,000,000 40 53 farmers 5,143,781,079 40 54 Horses from gene 50,106,496 40 55 national Programs with funding repayable 3,506,077,347 40 56 transfers for roads, railways, aviation and navigation 1,068,300,000 40 57 Transfers to finance basic higher education 5,542,800,000 40 58 fund transfers to guarantee bank loans to students for research-6,000,000 40 59 Transfers (grants) 66,000,000 40 60 Transfers for health 1,268,971,071 40
61 147,000,000 40 62 denominations Support Boosting exports 2,045,000,000 40 63 damages awarded to farmers in case of natural disasters in agriculture 85,058,000 40 64 available to Fund the Prime Minister for supporting the Romanian communities everywhere 1,000,000 40 66 personnel Contribution to the State of social protection programmes 646,655,000 40 68 and professional integration of disabled persons 30,250,000 40 69 Completing insurance premiums 56,710,000 40 70 Supporting child protection system 157,007,260 40 75 State Contribution the Romanian Patriarchate is allocated to support of the Romanian Orthodox Church abroad 31,060,000 40 80 other transfers 738,083,323 40 81 loans guarantee fund for small and medium 192,214,860 40 82 Transfers for greening 97,350,000 40 83 transfers to the National Council for vocational training of adults 3,641,000 40 84 Funding Ensemble "Memorial of the revolution-December 1989" from Timişoara 2,750,000 40 85 for passenger Transfers with 709,500,000 40 86 Metro achievement Program national protection system 44,000,000 40 87 amounts intended for the financing of sports programs carried out by the sporting structures governed by private law 260,000,000 40 88 transfers to the National Council of senior citizens 2,954,000 40 89 airport transfers to support forest holders 40,000,000 40 91 annuity 46,199,784 40 93 603,708,181 40 94 Community programmes programmes SAPARD Grant Programs INTEREST 1,081,672,275 40 96 16,287,220 49 49,988,150,000 50 01 Interest attaching to the internal public debt Interest debt related 21,696,000,000 50 02 external 8,615,560,000

 


 

50 03 Expenditure occasioned by the issuance and placement of Government securities and risk guarantees given by the State according to law 11,871,450,000 50 04 differences being related to external debt being related 6,605,140,000 50 05 differences of internal public debt RESERVE 1,120,068,137 70 1,200,000,000 60

 


CAPITAL EXPENDITURE 25,413,179,670 79 219,778,000 80 02 LOANS loans for completing certain objectives approved by intergovernmental bilateral conventions and agreements 163,000,000 80 05 loans granted to persons enjoying refugee status and are deprived of the means of existence 1,247,000 80 13 Microcredit granted to natural persons carrying out activities on their own, gainful, for the purpose of maintenance materials for LOAN REPAYMENTS 55,531,000 84 INTEREST PAYMENTS, and COMMISSIONS FROM LOANS repayments of foreign loans 33,755,219,115 85 and interest payments and commissions from foreign loans contracted by authorising officers 33,755,219,115 85 01 Refunds for credit interest Payments foreign 24,447,854,043 85 02 and commissions 9,307,365,072 5100 part I-GENERAL PUBLIC SERVICES PUBLIC AUTHORITIES 18,325,223,444 5101 18,325,223,444 01 16,126,825,710 02 EXPENDITURE CURRENT PERSONNEL EXPENDITURE Expenditure on wages 11,384,522,581 10 7,830,369,447 11 Contributions to State social insurance contributions for insurance 1,805,686,790 12 264,651,140 13 Contributions to unemployment insurance social health 514,860,478 14 Shifts, postings, transfers, 968,954,726 14 01-displacement, postings, transfers, movements in 660,505,015 14 02-country, postings, transfers abroad MATERIALS and SERVICES EXPENSES 308,449,711 20 3,719,647,497 21 26,003,700 22 social Rights Food sanitary materials and Drugs 46,064,072 23 7,725,000 24 expenditure on maintenance and household 1,809,243,999 25 materials and services with functional 509,300,920 26 character inventory items of little value were short-lived and equipment Repair 134,951,213 27 247,921,942 28 433,499,970 29 current repair books and other publications 62,314,794 30 430,121,887 32 6,500,000 33 President Fund Fund Prime Minister 6,000,000 34 44,647,448 35 01 GRANTS Subsidies from the budget for public 44,647,448 38 978,008,184 40 978,008,184 40 11 neconsolidabile Transfers TRANSFERS Contributions and membership dues to international organizations 648,231,276 40 41 associations and foundations with funding Programs 1,612,332 40 55 ra mbursabilă 235,291,823 40 80 other transfers 800,000 40 93 5,334,065 40 94 Community programmes programmes SAPARD Programs grant 70,451,468 40 96 16,287,220 70 CAPITAL EXPENDITURES 1,435,837,594 72 1,355,837,594 73 Investment of public institutions of autonomous public corporations, Investment companies and national companies and companies with majority state capital REPAYMENTS 80,000,000 84 credits, PAYMENT of INTEREST and COMMISSION on LOANS repayments of foreign loans 762,560,140 85 and interest payments and commissions from foreign loans contracted by authorising officers for loan Repayments 762,560,140 85 01 542,669,040 85 02 external Payments of interest rates and commissions 219,891,100 01 139,373,200 02 Presidential Administration legislative authorities, judicial authorities, 1,955,054,710 03 5,872,314,915 04 other organs of the Government executive Authorities 899,467,035 05 9,459,013,584 5400 Part II-DEFENSE, public order and NATIONAL SECURITY 64,150,151,179 01 49,567,170,893 02 EXPENDITURE CURRENT PERSONNEL EXPENDITURE and MATERIAL EXPENDITURES 24,205,505,057 20 34 SERVICE GRANTS 20,602,333,352 3.056.89 1,625 35 01 budget Subsidies for public consolidabile 3,056,891,625 38 1,702,440,859 39 504,891,123 39 10 TRANSFERS Transfers Transfers from the State budget to the budget of the Fund for health insurance, representing the contribution payable by persons who conscripts within 290,735,400 39 11 Transfers from the State budget to the budget of the Fund for health insurance, representing the contribution due from individuals that a sentence involving deprivation of liberty or preventive detention 214,155,723 40 neconsolidabile 1,197,549,736 Transfers

 


 

40 09 other aid, grants and contributions and allowances contributions to 2,500,000 40 11 international organizations 12,841,077 40 15 544,180,056 40 60 compensatory payments for Transfers of 466,581,071 40 94 Health Programs with grant 164,413,538 70 CAPITAL EXPENDITURES 3,428,453,376 84 LOANS REPAYMENTS, PAYMENT of INTEREST and COMMISSION on LOANS repayments of foreign loans 11,154,526,910 85 and interest payments and commissions from foreign loans contracted by authorising officers for loan Repayments foreign 11,154,526,910 85 01
9,917,067,740 85 02 interest payments and fees 1,237,459,170 5401 NATIONAL DEFENSE EXPENDITURE CURRENT EXPENDITURE 31,754,822,013 01 21,275,583,548 02 9,462,503,256 10 PERSONNEL Expenses wages 7,122,369,390 11 Contributions to State social insurance contributions for 629,224,147 12 unemployment insurance contributions for social insurance 136,751,117 13 health 492,158,594 14 Shifts, postings, transfers, 1,082,000,008 14 01-displacement, postings, transfers, movements in the country-225,000,000 14 02 , postings, transfers abroad MATERIALS and SERVICES EXPENSES 857,000,008 20 10,932,929,636 21 760,197,960 22 social Rights Food sanitary materials and Drugs 3,995,535,773 23 45,998,611 24 expenditure on maintenance and household 2,193,065,617 25 materials and services with functional 2,609,171,460 26 character inventory items of little value or short duration Repair and equipment 800,939,443 27 150,761,347 28 66,124,425 29 current overhauls 4,000,000 30 books and publications other expenses 307,135,000

 


 

consolidabile 38 880,150,656 39 129,120,600 39 10 TRANSFERS Transfers Transfers from the State budget to the budget of the Fund for health insurance, representing the contribution payable by persons who conscripts within 129,120,600 40 751,030,056 40 11 neconsolidabile Transfers and Contributions contributions to international organisations 6,850,000 40 15 544,180,056 40 60 compensatory payments for health Transfers 200,000,000 70 CAPITAL EXPENDITURE 2,121,900,165

 



 

72 Investment of public institutions for LOAN REPAYMENTS 2,121,900,165 84, PAYMENT of INTEREST and COMMISSION on LOANS repayments of foreign loans 8,357,338,300 85 and interest payments and commissions from foreign loans contracted by authorising officers 8,357,338,300 85 01 Refunds for credit interest Payments foreign 7,796,720,490 85 02 and commissions Board 560,617,810 01 250,737,956 02 central national defense and peacekeeping operations 20,040,638,605 03-Atlantic integration Actions and for establishing rapid reaction force 10,743,999,396

 

Partnership for peace 163,266,000 05/04 severance 556,180,056 5501 PUBLIC ORDER and NATIONAL SECURITY 32,395,329,166 01 28,291,587,345 02 EXPENDITURE CURRENT PERSONNEL EXPENDITURE Expenditure on wages 14,743,001,801 10 11,248,263,244 11 Contributions to State social insurance contributions for 473,028,191 12 unemployment insurance contributions for social insurance 101,427,692 13 health 731,059,791 14 Shifts, postings, transfers, 279,810,339 14 01-movements , postings, transfers, movements in 142,223,339 14 02-country, postings, transfers abroad MATERIALS and SERVICES EXPENSES 137,587,000 20 9,669,403,716 21 178,172,700 22 social Rights Food sanitary materials and Drugs 4,911,842,494 23 13,967,659 24 expenditure on maintenance and household 844,220,508 25 materials and services with functional 571,807,486 26 character inventory items of little value or short duration Repair and equipment 1,036,040,741 27 64,024,325 28 93,314,439 29 current repair books and publications 5.21 2,900 30 other expenses 324,781,723 34 3,056,891,625 35 01 GRANTS Subsidies from the budget for public consolidabile 3,056,891,625 38 822,290,203 39 375,770,523 39 10 TRANSFERS Transfers Transfers from the State budget to the budget of the Fund for health insurance, representing the contribution payable by persons who conscripts within 161,614,800 39 11 Transfers from the State budget to the budget of the Fund for health insurance representing the contribution due from individuals a sentence involving deprivation of liberty or preventive detention 214,155,723 40 446,519,680 40 09 neconsolidabile other Transfers, allowances and indemnities and Contributions contributions to 2,500,000 40 11 international bodies of civil 5,991,077 40 29 Compensation and expenses derived from the judicial and extrajudicial actions in representing the interests of the State, according to the legal provisions on accounting fees for 5,691,994 40 30 expertise in criminal proceedings 1,342,000 40 60 transfers for health 266,581,071 40 94 actions
Programs with grant 1,306,553,211 71 164,413,538 70 CAPITAL EXPENDITURES for material reserves and Investment mobilization of public institutions 850,000 72 1,305,703,211 84 LOANS REPAYMENTS, PAYMENT of INTEREST and COMMISSION on LOANS repayments of foreign loans 2,797,188,610 85 and interest payments and commissions from foreign loans contracted by authorising officers 2,797,188,610 85 01 Refunds for credit interest Payments foreign 2,120,347,250 85 02 and commissions Board 676,841,360 01 1,943,114,714 02 Central Police 8,755,495,095

 

03 fire protection and guard Guarding and surveillance of border 1,647,772,680 04 2,836,610,232 05 4,868,837,172 06 7,155,718,012 07 Gendarmerie National Security Prison 3,251,547,348 50 other institutions and actions relating to public policy and national safety 1,936,233,913 5700 Part III-EXPENSES of SOCIAL-cultural 65,187,027,008 01 54,515,307,414 02 CURRENT EXPENDITURE PERSONNEL EXPENDITURE EXPENSES on MATERIALS and SERVICES 4,304,649,601 20 7,032,915,437 34 2,619,475,799 35 01 GRANTS Subsidies from the budget for public consolidabile 2,619,475,799 38 40,558,266,577 39 1,768,200 39 10 TRANSFERS Transfers Transfers from the State budget to the budget of the Fund for health insurance, representing the contribution payable by persons who conscripts within 1,768,200 40 40,556,498,377 40 02 neconsolidabile Transfers 1,322,708,494 40 03 Scholarships Grants and other aid to children and AIDS I.O.V.R. Retirement 11,721,638,345 40 04 others, military and Social Aid 16,094,155,058 40 08 44,000,000 40 09 other aid, grants and contributions and allowances dues at 346,738,870 40 11 international organizations 46,420,705 40 40 19 32 additional Allowance for families with children supporting organizations of citizens belonging to national minorities, other than those that receive subsidies from the State budget, according to the law 827,256,000 196,052,808 40 33 communication projects public information and promotion, image and Romanian interests abroad 51,699,662 40 34 Supporting activity of Romanians from everywhere and organisations representing them 15,000,000 40 36 actions with scientific and socio-cultural programmes and Financing 4,700,000 40 37 projects within the European Campaign to combat racism, xenophobia, anti-Semitism and intolerance 3,170,000 40 38 funding of Ensemble "and the victims of communism Memorial of Sighet resistance" 2,200,000 40 39 State Orders books and publications financial support 29,040,000 40 40 for the production and distribution of films 35,620,000 40 41 36,630,000 40 42 associations and foundations Grant custody and foster 329,676,000 40 43 annual Aid for Veterans Health Programs 70,595,000 40 44 1,049,556,000 40 45 35,694,000 40 46 Youth Programs for financial support for the work of the Romanian Olympic Committee funding programs 50,000,000 40 55 9,803,000 40 57 Transfers to finance refundable basic higher education 5,542,800,000 40 58 Transfers to fund credit guarantee Bank transfers for students granted 6,000,000 40 60 health action 802,390,000 40 61 147,000,000 40 64 Support available to Fund religious affairs to the Prime Minister for supporting the Romanian communities everywhere 1,000,000 40 66 personnel Contribution to the State of social protection programmes 646,655,000 40 68 and professional integration of disabled persons 30,250,000 40 70 Supporting child protection system 157,007,260 40 75 the State Contribution is allocated to the Romanian Patriarchate to support of the Romanian Orthodox Church abroad 31,060,000

 



 

69,334,325 40 83 40 80 other transfers transfers to the National Council for vocational training of adults 3,641,000 40 84 Funding Ensemble "Memorial of the revolution-December 1989" from Timişoara 2,750,000 40 87 amounts intended for the financing of sports programs carried out by the sporting structures governed by private law 260,000,000 40 88 transfers to the National Council of senior citizens 2,954,000 40 91 annuity 46,199,784 40 93 320,082,851 40 94 programs with Community Programs grant 165,020,215 70 CAPITAL EXPENDITURES 3,829,975,494 84 REPAYMENTS of LOANS INTEREST PAYMENTS, and COMMISSIONS FROM LOANS repayments of foreign loans 6,841,744,100 85 and interest payments and commissions from foreign loans contracted by authorising officers 6,841,744,100 85 01 Refunds for credit interest Payments foreign 5,492,100,000 85 02 and commissions 1,349,644,100 5701 15,335,569,682 01 12,458,987,575 02 EDUCATION CURRENT EXPENDITURE PERSONNEL EXPENDITURE Expenditure on wages 2,433,441,516 10 1,815,828,950 11 Contributions to State social insurance contributions for 342,116,625 12 unemployment insurance contributions for social insurance 52,021,848 13 Health 125,637,876 14 Shifts, postings, transfers, 69,182,380 14 01-displacement, postings, transfers, movements in 50,790,000 14 02-country, postings, transfers abroad MATERIALS and SERVICES EXPENSES 18,392,380 20 1,940,145,327 21 449,151,000 22 social Rights Food sanitary materials and Drugs 475,790,004 23 3,211,322 24 expenditure on maintenance and household 280,822,484 25 materials and services with functional 44,423,784 26 character inventory items of little value or short-duration current Repairs and equipment 217,712,600 27 33.7 repair 67,535 28 176,962,890 29 20,332,054 30 books and publications expenses GRANTS 115,500,880 34 889,862,200 35 01 88,362,699 31 Manual grants from the budget for public 889,862,200 38 7,195,538,532 39 consolidabile 1,680,000 39 10 Transfers TRANSFERS Transfers from the State budget to the budget of the Fund for health insurance, representing the contribution payable by persons who conscripts within 1,680,000 40 7,193,858,532 40 02 neconsolidabile Transfers 1,322,708,494 40 11 Scholarship Contributions and membership dues to international organizations for financing Transfers 1,078,240 40 57 basic higher education 5,542,800,000 40 58 fund transfers to guarantee bank loans to students at the State's contribution to 6,000,000 40 66 personnel 12,195,000 40 80 Other worship Programs 251,141,851 40 94 7,302,937 40 93 transfers community grant programs 50,632,010 70 CAPITAL EXPENDITURES 2,212,412,887 72 2,212,412,887 84 Investment of public institutions for LOAN REPAYMENTS INTEREST PAYMENTS, and COMMISSIONS FROM LOANS repayments of foreign loans 664,169,220 85 and interest payments and commissions from foreign loans contracted by authorising officers 664,169,220 85 01 Refunds for credit interest Payments foreign 285,495,860 85 02 and commissions Board 378,673,360 01 132,540,647 02 14,654,878 03 central pre-primary Education primary and secondary education secondary Education 144,867,738 04 354,316,759 09 8,863,760,466 10 higher education Central Libraries 160,162,580 14, University and pedagogical boarding schools, dormitories and canteens for schoolchildren and students 550,054,600 20 qualification and retraining centers 10,774,788 25 decentralised public services 932,596,449 50 other institutions and actions of HEALTH education 4,171,840,777 5801 12,428,438,253 01 4,920,139,346 02 EXPENDITURE CURRENT EXPENDITURE STAFF expenditure on salaries 1,262,137,236 10 922,795,499 11 Contributions to State social insurance contributions for 229,472,208 12 unemployment insurance contributions for insurance 32,243,560 13 Health 64,595,973 14 Shifts, postings, transfers, 13,029,996 14 01-displacement, postings, transfers, movements in 10,833,996 14 02-country, postings, transfers abroad MATERIALS and SERVICES EXPENSES 2,196,000 20 1,684,308,045 21 social Rights 780,000 22 515,342,233 23 Food and sanitary materials and maintenance expenses 316,403,222 24 household 184,957,694 25 materials and services with functional 444,419,975 26 character inventory items of little value or short-duration current Repairs and equipment 43,017,650 27
repair 82,066,937 28 8,599,334 29 2,035,000 30 books and publications other expenses 86,686,000 34 111,360,000 35 01 GRANTS Subsidies from the budget for public 111,360,000 38 1,862,334,065 39 consolidabile 12,600 39 10 Transfers TRANSFERS Transfers from the State budget to the budget of the Fund for health insurance, representing the contribution payable by persons who conscripts within 12,600 40 1,862,321,465 40 11 neconsolidabile Transfers and Contributions contributions to international bodies for Health Programs 1,049,556,000 10,375,465 40 44

 


 

40 60 transfers for health action 802,390,000 70 CAPITAL EXPENDITURES 1,404,525,047 72 1,404,525,047 84 public institutions Investment REPAYMENTS, INTEREST PAYMENTS and FEES to CREDIT repayments of foreign loans 6,103,773,860 85 and interest payments and commissions from foreign loans contracted by authorising officers 6,103,773,860 85 01 Refunds for credit interest Payments foreign 5,190,577,330 85 02 and commissions Board 840,000,000 03 913,196,530 01 Central Hospitals 2,068,220,045 05 2,053,912 07 transfusions Centre day nursery blood health centers 504,000,000 09 17,531,532 25 decentralised public services 3,635,000,000 50 other institutions and health action 5,361,632,764 5901 culture, RELIGION and SPORT ACTIVITY ACTION and CURRENT EXPENDITURES YOUTH 4,855,471,342 01 4,754,678,782 02

 


PERSONNEL EXPENSES salaries Expenses 262,972,722 10 169,947,244 11 Contributions to State social insurance contributions for 42,370,048 12 unemployment insurance contributions for social insurance 6,023,349 13 health 11,895,717 14 Shifts, postings, transfers, 32,736,364 14 01-displacement, postings, transfers, movements in 10,671,000 14 02-country, postings, transfers abroad and MATERIAL EXPENDITURES 22,065,364 20 1,233,980,391 24 SERVICES Expenses for maintenance and household 44,925,042 25 materials and services with functional character 982,905,200 26

 

Inventory items of little value or short duration Repair and equipment 6,369,025 27 3,368,391 28 1,608,900 29 current repair books and Other publications 9,761,100 30 185,042,733 34 1,596,499,699 35 01 GRANTS expenditure Grants from the budget for public 1,596,499,699 38 1,661,225,970 39 consolidabile 75,600 39 10 Transfers TRANSFERS Transfers from the State budget to the budget of the Fund for health insurance representing the contribution payable by persons who conscripts within 75,600 40 1,661,150,370 40 11 neconsolidabile Transfers and Contributions contributions to international organisations 30,007,000 40 32 supporting organizations of citizens belonging to national minorities, other than those that receive subsidies from the State budget, according to the law 196,052,808 40 33 Projects in communication, public information and promotion of the image of Romanian interests abroad and 51,699,662 40 34 Supporting the activity of Romanians from everywhere and organisations representing them 15,000,000 40 36 Funding actions of scientific and socio-cultural programmes and Financing 4,700,000 40 37 projects within the European Campaign to combat racism, xenophobia, anti-Semitism and intolerance 3,170,000 40 38 funding of Ensemble "and the victims of communism Memorial of Sighet resistance" 2,200,000 40 39 State Orders books and publications 29,040,000 40 40 financial support for the production and distribution of films 35,620,000 40 45 35,694,000 40 46 Youth Programs for financial support for the work of the Romanian Olympic Committee funding repayable programs 50,000,000 40 55
9,803,000 40 61 147,000,000 40 64 Support available to Fund religious affairs to the Prime Minister for supporting the Romanian communities everywhere 1,000,000 40 66 personnel Contribution to the State of 634,460,000 40 75 State Contribution is allocated to support the Romanian Patriarchate of the Romanian Orthodox Church abroad 31,060,000 40 84 Funding Ensemble "Memorial of the revolution-December 1989" from Timişoara 2,750,000 40 87 amounts intended for the financing of sports programs carried out by the sporting structures governed by private law 61,348,000 40 260,000,000 40 93 community programs
94 grant programs 60,545,900 70 CAPITAL EXPENDITURES 90,352,560 72 90,352,560 84 public institutions Investment REPAYMENTS, INTEREST PAYMENTS and FEES to CREDIT repayments of foreign loans 10,440,000 85 and interest payments and commissions from foreign loans contracted by authorising officers by interest Payments and 10,440,000 85 02 commissions 10,440,000 01 199,624,401 02 Central Administration of the Public Libraries National Museums 57,000,000 04 318,127,817 05 Theatres and institutions professional performances and concerts 394,645,000 13

 


 

Strengthening and restoring historical monuments 300,000,000 15 religious sports 812,520,000 20 1,013,532,994 21 91,886,000 25 youth activity decentralized public services 136,342,000 50 other institutions and actions concerning culture, religion and sports and youth WELFARE, 1,531,793,130 6001 ALLOWANCES, pensions, ALLOWANCES and AID 32,567,547,731 01 32,381,501,711 02 EXPENDITURE CURRENT PERSONNEL EXPENDITURE Expenditure on wages 346,098,127 10 246,033,112 11 Contributions to State social insurance 57,109,217

 


 

12 Contributions for unemployment insurance contributions for social insurance 8,692,008 13 health 17,221,130 14 Shifts, postings, transfers, 17,042,660 14 01-displacement, postings, transfers, movements in 9,217,660 14 02-country, postings, transfers abroad MATERIALS and SERVICES EXPENSES 7,825,000 20 2,174,481,674 21 1,399,389,570 22 social Rights Food sanitary materials and Drugs 626,000 23 2,318,000 24 expenditure on maintenance and household 72,518,344 25 materials and services with functional character 28,990,000 26

 

Inventory items of little value or short duration Repair and equipment 6,050,000 27 20,988,000 28 22,486,935 29 current repair books and Other publications 2,538,000 30 618,576,825 34 21,753,900 35 01 GRANTS expenditure Grants from the budget for public 21,753,900 38 29,839,168,010 40 29,839,168,010 40 03 neconsolidabile Transfers TRANSFERS Grants and other aid to children and AIDS I.O.V.R. Retirement 11,721,638,345 40 04 others, military and Social Aid 16,094,155,058 40 08 44,000,000 40 09 other aid, grants and contributions and allowances dues at 346,738,870 40 11 international organizations 4,960,000 40 19 supplementary Allowance for families with children 827,256,000 40 41 36,630,000 40 42 associations and foundations Grant custody and foster 329,676,000 40 43 annual Aid for war veterans ' social security Programs 70,595,000 40 68 and professional integration of disabled persons 30,250,000 40 70 Support System child 62,031,388 40 83 157,007,260 40 80 other transfers transfers to the National Council for vocational training of adults 3,641,000 40 88 transfers to the National Council of senior citizens 2,954,000 40 91 annuity 46,199,784 40 93 7,593,000 40 94 programs with Community Programs grant 53,842,305 70 CAPITAL EXPENDITURES 122,685,000 72 122,685,000 84 Investment of public institutions for LOAN REPAYMENTS INTEREST PAYMENTS, and COMMISSIONS FROM LOANS repayments of foreign loans 63,361,020 85 and interest payments and commissions from foreign loans contracted by authorising officers 63,361,020 85 01 Refunds for credit interest Payments foreign 16,026,810 85 02 and commissions 47,334,210 01

 


 


Central Administration 245,049,367 08 reception centres of social Allowance 3,040,888 09 44,000,000 14 of joint custody and foster 336,303,000 15 State children's Allowance 11,978,430,745 17 aid for wives of conscripts 8,597,534 18 reception centres, sorting and accommodation of people requesting refugee status 15,192,667 19 supplementary Allowance for families with children 892,526,000 20 Pension , AIDS, allowances and bonuses I.O.V.R., war veterans, and for other categories of beneficiaries of military Pension 7,051,991,355 21 7,885,486,913 25 311,527,073 29 decentralised public services paid leave for raising children up to 2 years 2,149,384 37 1,474,484,419 38 Special Aid Benefits the blind 3,229,200 43 employees Support the system of protection of the rights of the child welfare Programs 199,047,905 48 and professional integration of disabled persons 30,250,000 50 other actions concerning social assistance , pensions, allowances, and allowances 2,086,241,281 6300 Part IV-PUBLIC SERVICES and DEVELOPMENT, housing, environment and WATERS 8,125,761,051 01 2,494,375,042 02 EXPENDITURE CURRENT PERSONNEL EXPENDITURE EXPENSES on MATERIALS and SERVICES 266,978,272 20 141,721,212 34 8,606,000 35 01 GRANTS Subsidies from the budget for public consolidabile 8,606,000 38 2,077,069,558 39 822,000,000 39 14 TRANSFERS Transfers programme paving the roads and communal water supply to villages 400,000,000 39 19 transfers from the State budget to local budgets for housing construction 385,000,000 39 20 transfers from State budget to the local budgets to finance the elaboration and/or updating general urban plans and local zoning regulations 37,000,000 40 1,255,069,558 40 01 neconsolidabile Housing 526,002,000 40 11 Transfers Contributions and membership dues to international organizations 12,050,954 40 47 Real Estate Cadastre 35,000,000 40 55 Programs with community programs funding repayable 522,002,770 40 93 14,106,750 40 94 Programs with grant 145,907,084 70 CAPITAL EXPENDITURES 3,429,788,039 84 REFUNDS Loans, INTEREST PAYMENTS and FEES to CREDIT repayments of foreign loans 2,201,597,970 85 and interest payments and commissions from foreign loans contracted by authorising officers 2,201,597,970 85 01 Refunds for credit interest Payments foreign 1,475,558,890 85 02 and commissions PUBLIC SERVICE and 726,039,080 6301 01 DEVELOPMENT and CURRENT EXPENDITURE on HOUSING 5,818,906,660 1,913,610,770 34 8,606,000 35 01 GRANTS Subsidies from the budget for public consolidabile 8,606,000 38 1,905,004,770 39 822,000,000 39 14 TRANSFERS Transfers programme paving roads and communal water supply to villages 400,000,000 39 19 transfers from the State budget to local budgets for housing construction 385,000,000 39 20 transfers from State budget to local budgets to finance the elaboration and/or updating general urban plans and local zoning regulations 37,000,000 40 1,083,004,770 40 01 neconsolidabile Transfers 526,002,000 40 47 Real Estate Cadastre 35,000,000 40 55 Housing Programs with funding repayable 522,002,770 70 CAPITAL EXPENDITURE Investment 1,874,399,100 72 public institutions of autonomous 1,370,324,600 73 public corporations, Investment companies and national companies and companies with majority state capital REPAYMENT 504,074,500 84 credits, PAYMENT of INTEREST and COMMISSION on LOANS repayments of foreign loans 2,030,896,790 85 and interest payments and commissions from foreign loans contracted by authorising officers 2,030,896,790 85 01 Refunds for credit interest Payments foreign 1,475,558,890 85 02 and 2,943,130,140 50 555,337,900 08 Housing commissions other actions relating to the development of public housing
ENVIRONMENT and WATERS 2,875,776,520 6401 2,306,854,391 01 580,764,272 02 EXPENDITURE CURRENT PERSONNEL EXPENDITURE Expenditure on wages 266,978,272 10 189,119,020 11 Contributions to State social insurance contributions for 47,279,755 12 unemployment insurance contributions for social insurance 6,619,166 13 health 13,238,331 14 Shifts, postings, transfers, 10,722,000 14 01-displacement, postings, transfers, movements in 6,282,000 14 02-country, postings, transfers abroad and MATERIAL EXPENDITURES 4,440,000 20 141,721,212 24 SERVICES

 

Expenses for maintenance and household 50,825,212 25 materials and services with functional 73,384,050 26 character inventory items of little value or short-duration current Repairs and equipment 1,677,500 27 3,073,200 29 1,910,250 30 books and publications other expenses 10,851,000 38 172,064,788 40 172,064,788 40 11 neconsolidabile Transfers TRANSFERS Contributions and membership dues to international organizations 12,050,954 40 93 14,106,750 40 94 programs with Community Programs grant 145,907,084 70 CAPITAL EXPENDITURES 1,555,388,939

 


 

72 64,500,000 73 Investment of public institutions of autonomous public corporations, Investment companies and national companies and companies with majority state capital REPAYMENT 1,490,888,939 84 credits, PAYMENT of INTEREST and COMMISSION on LOANS repayments of foreign loans 170,701,180 85 and interest payments and commissions from foreign loans contracted by authorising officers by interest Payments and 170,701,180 85 02 commissions Board 170,701,180 01 124,000,000 02 Central Development sources Hydro-technical facilities, accumulations and surveillance and environmental protection 1,616,090,119 03, reduction and control of pollution sources 550,000,000 04 geological Prospecting of 2,000,000 05 nuclear activities Control water 14,764,272 6600 Part V-ECONOMIC ACTION 73,495,952,957 01 48,614,000,673 02 EXPENDITURE CURRENT PERSONNEL EXPENDITURE EXPENSES on MATERIALS and SERVICES 1,825,620,692 20 5,896,840,473 34 8,010,881,841 35 01 GRANTS Subsidies from the budget for public 1,676,533,272 35 02 subsidies on products and activities 3,620,416,569 35 03 grants to cover the differences in price and output rate 32,109,557,667 TRANSFERS 2,713,932,000 36 771,100,000 38 RAW

 



 

39 3,146,851,579 39 01 consolidabile Transfers transfers from the State budget, local budgets for energy system development 414,780,000 39 02 transfers from the State budget to local budgets for municipal and county roads, streets that will furnish the building blocks intended to designate new housing in rural and urban areas 2,647,716,579 39 24 transfers to local budgets for local airports 29,355,000 39 25 transfers from the State budget to local budgets for upgrading power plants thermal and electrical heating 55,000,000 40 28,962,706,088 40 02 neconsolidabile Transfers 28,320,000 40 11 Scholarships and Contributions contributions to international bodies related Transfers 49,486,632 40 18 defence industry restructuring 886,600,000 40 21 payments within development programmes support Expenditure for programmes on 859,453,167 40 22 technical conservation or the closing of mines 550,000,000 40 23 social protection what is granted for certain activities in the mining sector to support Expenses 785,771,800 40 24 rail transport public travel related Fund Transfers 4,741,000,000 40 26 pre-accession National Meteorological and hydrology 7,625,364,468 40 48 335,500,000 40 49 preventing and combating floods and frosts to 15,000,000 40 50 cenuşilor Expenditure for Supporting agricultural producers pyrite 55,000,000 40 53 5,143,781,079 40 54 Horses from gene 50,106,496 40 55 national Programs with funding repayable transfers for 2,738,979,754 40 56 roads , railways, aviation and navigation 1,068,300,000 40 62 stimulating exports 2,045,000,000 40 63 damages awarded to farmers in case of natural disasters in agriculture 85,058,000 40 69 Completing insurance premiums 56,710,000 40 80 other transfers 178,243,187 40 81 loans guarantee fund for small and medium 192,214,860 40 82 Transfers for greening 97,350,000 40 85 for passenger Transfers with 709,500,000 40 86 Metro program realization of the national protection system 44,000,000 40 89
Transfers to support forest holders 40,000,000 40 93 12,086,675 40 94 programs with Community Programs grant 519,879,970 70 CAPITAL EXPENDITURES 12,246,686,699 84 LOANS REPAYMENTS, PAYMENT of INTEREST and COMMISSION on LOANS repayments of foreign loans 12,635,265,585 85 and interest payments and commissions from foreign loans contracted by authorising officers 12,635,265,585 85 01 Refunds for credit interest Payments foreign 6,984,678,213 85 02 and commissions 5,650,587,372 6601 INDUSTRY 15,260,497,563 01 6,997,384,271 02 EXPENDITURE CURRENT EXPENDITURE STAFF costs wages and salaries 132,958,090 10 91,077,000 11 Contributions to State social insurance contributions for 22,599,190 12 unemployment insurance contributions for social insurance 3,337,810 13 health 6,375,090 14 Shifts, postings, transfers, 9,569,000 14 01-displacement, postings, transfers, movements in 2,499,200 14 02-country, postings, transfers abroad and MATERIAL EXPENDITURES 7,069,800 20 227,490,382 24 SERVICES Expenses for maintenance and household 43,505,150 25 materials and services with functional character 11,000,000 26 Items inventory of little value or short duration Repair and equipment current 1,300,000 27 2,450,000 29 books and publications costs 750,000 30 168,485,232 34 3,598,572,760 35 01 GRANTS Subsidies from the budget for public 1,473,450 35 02 subsidies on products and Subsidies to cover activities 3,595,867,310 35 03 differences in price and tariff 1,232,000 38 3,038,363,039 39 414,780,000 39 01 consolidabile Transfers TRANSFERS transfers from the State budget, local budgets for the development of power system 414,780,000 40 Transfers neconsolidabile 2,623,583,039 40 11 Contributions and membership dues to related international organizations Transfers 7,420,772 40 18 defence industry restructuring Expenses for the support of programs 886,600,000 40 22 technical conservation or the closing of mines 550,000,000 40 23 social protection what is granted for certain activities in the mining sector for marketing Expenditures cenuşilor 785,771,800 40 50 of pyrite 55,000,000 40 55 programs with funding repayable 237,788,980 40 80 other transfers Transfers 3,651,487 40 82 for greening 97,350,000 70 EXPENDITURE CAPITAL 6,843,548,840 72 152,500,000 73 Investment of public institutions of autonomous public corporations, Investment companies and national companies and companies with majority state capital REPAYMENT 6,691,048,840 84 credits, PAYMENT of INTEREST and COMMISSION on LOANS repayments of foreign loans 1,419,564,452 85 and interest payments and commissions from foreign loans contracted by authorising officers 1,419,564,452 85 01 Refunds for credit interest Payments foreign 713,720,650 85 02 and commissions Board 705,843,802 01 369,342,694 02 Central Prospecting and for his discovery of geological mineral resources 150,000,000 03 solid mineral fuels 1,817,203,917 06 mineral resources other than fuels Manufacturing Industry 3,079,698,792 07 416,758,161 08 energy system development funded from special purpose 5,920,000,000 50 revenue other expenses in the field of AGRICULTURE and FORESTRY industry 3,507,493,999 6701 14,099,112,707 01 12,967,350,257 02 EXPENDITURE CURRENT PERSONNEL EXPENDITURE Expenditure on wages 1,299,238,020 10 990,301,172 11 Contributions to State social insurance 179,468,043

 


 

12 Contributions for unemployment insurance contributions for social insurance 25,125,526 13 health 50,251,052 14 Shifts, postings, transfers, 54,092,227 14 01-displacement, postings, transfers, movements in 45,892,227 14 02-country, postings, transfers abroad MATERIALS and SERVICES EXPENSES 8,200,000 20 1,258,443,282 22 1,440,000 23 Food and sanitary materials and maintenance expenses 78,994,800 24 household 172,931,600 25 materials and services with functional 897,012,007 26 character inventory items of little value or short term and 18,186,000 27 current Repair equipment overhauls 10,000,000 28 69,573,060 29 2,545,015 books and publications


 


 

30 other expenses 7,760,800 34 4,119,080,000 35 01 GRANTS Subsidies from the budget for public Subsidies to cover 1,406,380,000 35 03 price differences and 2,712,700,000 36 771,100,000 37 PREMIUM fare Premiums granted to agricultural producers 771,100,000 38 5,519,488,955 40 5,519,488,955 40 11 neconsolidabile Transfers TRANSFERS Contributions and membership dues to international organizations for financing Transfers 14,632,505 40 31 genetic heritage of animals Assisting agricultural producers 50,000,000 40 53 5,143,781,079 40 54 national genetic heritage Horses 50 Funded Programs. 106,496 40 55 refundable 39,320,905 40 63 damages awarded to farmers in case of natural disasters in agriculture 85,058,000 40 69 Completing insurance premiums 56,710,000 40 89 Transfers to support forest holders 40,000,000 40 94 Programs with grant 39,879,970 70 CAPITAL EXPENDITURES 910,000,000 72 301,000,000 73 Investment of public institutions of autonomous Investment companies national firms and companies, and companies with majority state capital REPAYMENT 609,000,000 84 credits, PAYMENT of INTEREST and COMMISSION on LOANS repayments of foreign loans 221,762,450 85 and interest payments and commissions from foreign loans contracted by authorising officers 221,762,450 85 01 Refunds for credit interest Payments foreign 121,876,170 85 02 and 99,886,280 01 151,031,875 02 Central Administration fees Amending soils acidic and alkaline 50,000,000 03 fixed amounts to Cover the seed Control 1,092,700,000 04 pests and diseases in vegetable Breeding sector and animal 365,714,016 05 302,668,105 06 selection Programs to support prices of agricultural products Grant related 80,132,650 07 interest bank loans to farmers to support Other programs 120,000,000 10 agricultural reclamation, irrigation 5,914,881,079 14, desecări and combating soil erosion 461,416,449 17 1,902,523,680 15 Forestry prevention and combating animal disease and combating epizootic diseases in case of Damages 615,500,000 18 natural disasters 141,768,000 25 decentralised public services 2.563.2 93,017 50 units and Other actions in the field of agriculture and forestry, TRANSPORT and COMMUNICATIONS 337,483,836 6801 30,307,549,516 01 16,275,499,771 02 EXPENDITURE CURRENT PERSONNEL EXPENDITURE Expenditure on wages 204,426,452 10 135,534,791 11 Contributions to State social insurance contributions for 34,335,917 12 unemployment insurance contributions for social insurance 6,591,266 13 health 9,487,436 14 Shifts, postings, transfers, 18,477,042 14 01-movements , postings, transfers, movements in 5,418,198 14 02-country, postings, transfers abroad MATERIALS and SERVICES EXPENSES 13,058,844 20 3,968,471,646 21 507,247 22 social Rights Food sanitary materials and Drugs 1,247,827 23 26,785 24 expenditure on maintenance and household 49,940,282 25 materials and services with functional 35,049,425 26 character inventory items of little value or short duration Repair and equipment 3,069,548 27 3,147,720,003 28 719,373,159 29 current repair books and publications 2,631,385

 


 

30 other expenses 8,905,985 34 24,549,259 35 02 GRANTS Subsidies on products and activities 24,549,259 38 12,078,052,414 39 2,677,071,579 39 02 consolidabile Transfers TRANSFERS transfers from the State budget to local budgets for municipal and county roads, streets that will furnish the building blocks intended to designate new housing in rural and urban areas 2,647,716,579 39 24 transfers to local budgets for local airports Transfers 29,355,000 40 9,400,980,835 40 02 neconsolidabile 28,320,000 40 11 Scholarships
Contributions and membership dues to international organizations for support Expenditure 15,152,141 40 24 public rail passenger transport 4,741,000,000 40 55 repayable financing programs 2,336,642,019 40 56 transfers for roads, railways, aviation and navigation 9,980,000 40 85 1,068,300,000 40 80 other transfers Transfers for passengers transport by Metro 709,500,000 40 93 12,086,675 40 94 programs with Community Programs grant 480,000,000 70 CAPITAL EXPENDITURES 3,499,898,752 72 126,716,782 73 Investment of public institutions of autonomous Investment companies national firms and companies, and companies with majority state capital REPAYMENT 3,373,181,970 84 credits, PAYMENT of INTEREST and COMMISSION on LOANS repayments of foreign loans 10,532,150,993 85 and interest payments and commissions from foreign loans contracted by authorising officers 10,532,150,993 85 01 Refunds for credit interest Payments foreign 5,786,434,563 85 02 and commissions Board 4,745,716,430 01 854,023,077 02 3,310,167,648 03 central civil aviation civil Navigation 1,117,605,916 05 6,036,231,175 06 road and rail bridges
9,333,255,913 07 1,895,974,310 08 transportation Airports local civil aviation 29,355,000 09 financed from revenue special 149,940,153 10 6,111,813 11 Communications Roads financed from special purpose 7,564,904,511 50 revenue other expenses in transport and communications 9,980,000 6901 OTHER ECONOMIC ACTION 13,828,793,171 01 12,373,766,374 02 EXPENDITURE CURRENT EXPENDITURE STAFF expenditure on salaries 188,998,130 10 130,805,053 11 Contributions to State social insurance 31,343,830

 


 

12 Contributions for unemployment insurance contributions for social insurance 5,730,336 13 health 9,156,202 14 Shifts, postings, transfers, 11,962,709 14 01-displacement, postings, transfers, movements in 5,728,527 14 02-country, postings, transfers abroad and MATERIAL EXPENDITURES 6,234,182 20 442,435,163 22 31,625 23 Food SERVICES and sanitary materials and maintenance expenses 1,265 24 household 129,065,464 25

 


Materials and services with functional character 45,491,518 26 inventory items of little value or short duration Repair and equipment 8,291,000 27 19,986,000 28 38,110,000 29 current repair books and Other publications 1,186,776 30 200,271,515 34 268,679,822 35 01 GRANTS expenditure Grants from the budget for public 268,679,822 38 11,473,653,259 39 consolidabile 55,000,000 39 25 Transfers TRANSFERS transfers from the State budget to local budgets for upgrading boilers and electrical heating 55,000,000 40 Transfer eruri neconsolidabile 11,418,653,259 40 11 Contributions and membership dues Payments to international bodies under 12,281,214 40 21 development programmes related to the National Fund Transfers 859,453,167 40 26 pre-accession 7,625,364,468 40 48 meteorology and hydrology 335,500,000 40 49 flood prevention and combating and financing Programs with frosts 15,000,000 40 55 refundable 125,227,850 40 62 stimulating exports 2,045,000,000 40 80 other transfers 164,611,700 40 81 loans guarantee fund for small and medium 192,214,860 40 86 program realization of national protection system 44,000,000 70 CAPITAL EXPENDITURES 993,239,107 71 Stocks for material reserves and national mobilization 949,965,077 72 43,159,455 73 Investment of public institutions of autonomous public corporations, Investment companies and national companies and companies with majority state capital REPAYMENT 114,575 84 credits, PAYMENT of INTEREST and COMMISSION on LOANS repayments of foreign loans 461,787,690 85 and interest payments and commissions from foreign loans contracted by authorising officers 461,787,690 85 01 Refunds external credits interest Payments 362,646,830 85 02 and 99,140,860 01 1,409,129,723 02 Central Administration fees for material mobilization and national Prevention and control flood 1,252,320,579 03 and gheţuri 16,182,433 04 752,562,490 05 Meteorology and hydrology Stimulation of export production and export 2,045,000,000 07 Stimulating small and medium-sized National Protection System 192,214,860 10 44,000,000 13 promotion and tourism development of the pre-accession Fund 193,338,796 18 7,625,364,468 50 other expenses for actions for ice 298,679,822 7100 Part VI-OTHER CURRENT EXPENDITURE 8,532,997,284 01 7,331,034,406 02 ACTION PERSONNEL EXPENDITURE EXPENSES on MATERIALS and SERVICES 1,229,591,375 20 900,305,949 34 117,416,397 35 01 GRANTS Subsidies from the budget for public 17,416,397 35 02 subsidies on products and activities consolidabile 100,000,000 38 5,083,720,685 39 2,104,800 39 10 TRANSFERS Transfers Transfers from the State budget to the budget of the Fund for health insurance representing the contribution payable by persons who conscripts within 2,104,800 40 5,081,615,885 40 02 neconsolidabile Transfers 2,050,000 40 11 Scholarship Contributions and membership dues to international organizations 51,429,394 40 16 research and Development Fund 1,500,000,000 40 27 related Transfers the Romanian Social Development Fund 76,032,840 40 28 enforcement of budgetary Compensation claims civil 15,000,000 40 29 and judicial and extra-judicial expenses derived from shares in representing the interests of the State According to the legal provisions on accounting fees for 2,530,000,000 40 30 expertise in criminal proceedings 13,000,000 40 35 70,300,000 40 59 political parties Funding research and development Transfers (grants) 66,000,000 40 80 other transfers 489,705,811 40 93 252,097,840 40 94 programs with Community Programs grant 16,000,000 70 1,042,438,468 84 CAPITAL EXPENDITURE REFUNDS, PAYMENTS of INTEREST and COMMISSIONS on LOANS Repayments of foreign loans 159,524,410 85 and interest payments and commissions from foreign loans contracted by the authorising officers credit repayments of foreign loans 159,524,410 85 01 35,780,160 85 02 interest Payments and commissions RESEARCH 123,744,250 7101 3,442,340,861 01 3,254,127,450 02 EXPENDITURE CURRENT PERSONNEL EXPENDITURE Expenditure on wages 635,798,790 10 478,619,850 11 Contributions to State social insurance contributions for 104,633,413 12 unemployment insurance contributions for social insurance 16,515,904 13 health 33,488,687 14 Movements , postings, transfers, 2,540,936 14 01-displacement, postings, transfers, movements in 1,735,112 14 02-country, postings, transfers abroad MATERIALS and SERVICES EXPENSES 805,824 20 338,077,518 21 5,257,093 22 Rights social Spending for Food 8,248,284 24 maintenance and household 36,126,961 25 materials and services with functional 44,763,006 26 character inventory items of little value or short duration Repair and equipment 1,937,560 27 2,885,515 28 6,075,000 29 current repair books and publications 1,782,110

 


 

30 other expenses 231,001,989 34 17,416,397 35 01 GRANTS Subsidies from the budget for public 17,416,397 38 2,262,834,745 39 consolidabile 37,800 39 10 Transfers TRANSFERS Transfers from the State budget to the budget of the Fund for health insurance, representing the contribution payable by persons who conscripts within 37,800 40 2,262,796,945 40 02 neconsolidabile Transfers 2,050,000 40 11 Scholarship Contributions and membership dues to international organizations 51,429,394 40 16 research and Development Fund 1,500,000,000 40 59 research and development Transfers (grants)
66,000,000 40 80 other transfers 375,219,711 40 93 252,097,840 40 94 programs with Community Programs grant 16,000,000 70 CAPITAL EXPENDITURE Investment public institutions 188,213,411 72 188,213,411 01 158,699,967 02 Central Administration fundamental research applied Research and experimental 481,196,461 03 2,378,333,597 50 other institutions and actions for scientific research 424,110,836 7201 OTHER ACTIONS 5,090,656,423 01 4,076,906,956 02 CURRENT EXPENDITURE PERSONNEL EXPENDITURE 593,792,585

 


 


10 435,817,603 11 Contributions salaries expense for State social insurance contributions for 90,509,567 12 unemployment insurance contributions for social insurance 13,358,854 13 health 30,546,561 14 Shifts, postings, transfers, 23,560,000 14 01-displacement, postings, transfers, movements in 13,822,600 14 02-country, postings, transfers abroad MATERIALS and SERVICES EXPENSES 9,737,400 20 562,228,431 21 social Rights 1,595,000 22 Food expenses 47,028,609 24 maintenance and household 162,470,192 25 and press Materials countries with functional 29,225,163 26 character inventory items of little value or short duration and current Repair 2,677,500 28 62,962,500 27 equipment overhauls 90,000 29 books and publications 255,386,467 34 793,000 30 other expenses SUBSIDIES 100,000,000 35 02 subsidies on products and activities consolidabile 100,000,000 38 2,820,885,940 39 2,067,000 39 10 TRANSFERS Transfers Transfers from the State budget to the budget of the Fund for health insurance representing the contribution payable by persons who conscripts within neconsolidabile 2,067,000 40 2,818,818,940 40 27 Transfers Transfers incurred in Romanian Social Development Fund 76,032,840 40 28 enforcement of budgetary Compensation claims civil 15,000,000 40 29 and judicial and extra-judicial expenses derived from shares in representing the interests of the State, according to the legal provisions on accounting fees for 2,530,000,000 40 30 expertise in criminal proceedings 13,000,000 40 35 70,300,000 40 80 political parties Financing other transfers 114,486,100 70 EXPENDITURE CAPITAL Investment of public institutions 854,225,057 72 854,225,057 84 LOANS REPAYMENTS, PAYMENT of INTEREST and COMMISSION on LOANS repayments of foreign loans 159,524,410 85 and interest payments and commissions from foreign loans contracted by authorising officers 159,524,410 85 01 Refunds for credit interest Payments foreign 35,780,160 85 02 and 123,744,250 01 Administrative fees and customs Central territorial units 789,897,785 05 national awards for the implementation of treaties 22,000,000 06 Expenditure international 5,904,720 07 civil protection
206,781,086 08 enforcement of budgetary Compensation claims civil 15,000,000 10 and judicial and extra-judicial expenses derived from shares in representing the interests of the State, according to the legal provisions 2,530,000,000 11 fees for accounting expertise ordered in criminal proceedings 13,000,000 12 development and modernization of control points for crossing the border, as well as other customs Programs 862,707,319 13 units of information and presentation of Romania's image 257,759,000 18 active measures for fighting unemployment Fund 7,455,000 19 special Flights 100,000,000 20 English social development 125,602,840 22 rural finance Projects other expenditures 8,950,000 50 145,598,673 8400, part XI-1,900,000,000 8501 TRANSFERS TRANSFERS FROM STATE BUDGET CURRENT EXPENDITURES 1,900,000,000 01 1,900,000,000 38 1,900,000,000 39 1,900,000,000 39 03 consolidabile Transfers TRANSFERS transfers from the State budget, local budgets for investments part-financed from external loans 1,900,000,000 03 transfers from the State budget, local budgets for investments part-financed from external loans 1,900,000,000 8600 P artea XII-LOANS LOANS LOANS 219,778,000 8601 219,778,000 79 219,778,000 80 02 loans for completing objectives approved by intergovernmental bilateral conventions and agreements 163,000,000 80 05 loans granted to persons enjoying refugee status and are deprived of the means of existence 1,247,000 80 13 Microcredit granted to individuals working on their own gainful in order to upkeep materials for completion of Loans 55,531,000 02 objectives approved by intergovernmental bilateral conventions and agreements 163,000,000 05 loans granted to persons enjoying refugee status and are deprived of the means of existence 1,247,000 11 Microcredit individuals working on their own, gainful, for the purpose of maintenance materials 55,531,000 8800 Part XIII-PAYMENTS of INTEREST and OTHER RELATED EXPENSES 8801 49,988,150,000 INTEREST PUBLIC DEBT and OTHER EXPENSES CURRENT EXPENSES 49,988,150,000 49,988,150,000 01

 


 

49 49,988,150,000 50 01 INTEREST Interest attaching to the internal public debt Interest debt 21,696,000,000 50 02 external 8,615,560,000 50 03 related expenses caused by the issuance and placement of Government securities and the risk of the guarantees given by the State according to law 11,871,450,000 50 04 differences being related to external debt being related 6,605,140,000 50 05 differences of internal public debt Interest debt 1,200,000,000 01 related internal public debt Interest related 21,696,000,000 02 external expenses caused by 8,615,560,000 03 issue and placement of Government securities and the risk of the guarantees given by the State according to law 11,871,450,000 04 course related Differences in government debt foreign currency Differences 6,605,140,000 05 related internal public debt 1,200,000,000 9500 Part XV-RESERVE FUNDS RESERVE FUNDS 1,120,068,137 9501 1,120,068,137 60 1,120,068,137 01 RESERVES reserve fund at the disposal of the Government budget 800,068,137 02 intervention Fund at the disposal of the Government Fund available to the 200,000,000 03 Romanian Government for relations with Moldova 120,000,000 9901

 


 


 

-Deficit 49,809,574,060 Annex 2 SYNTHESIS of expenditure by sources of financing, chapters, subchapters, expenditures, 2003-MDL-Capi-tol-tol Sub Title/capi Ali Ar-ticol-neat indicator Program Name 2003 A B C 5000 TOTAL CURRENT EXPENDITURE 278,055,443,864 02 362,371,552,503 01 PERSONNEL EXPENDITURE EXPENSES on MATERIALS and SERVICES 44,517,190,086 20 45,357,196,776 34

 


GRANTS 14,118,816,110 36 771,100,000 38 122,182,922,755 49 TRANSFERS INTEREST PREMIUMS 49,988,150,000 60 1,120,068,137 70 CAPITAL EXPENDITURE RESERVE 50,266,569,524 79 294,320,000 84 LOANS REPAYMENTS, PAYMENT of INTEREST and COMMISSION on LOANS repayments of foreign loans 33,755,219,115 85 and interest payments and commissions from foreign loans contracted by authorising officers 33,755,219,115 85 01 Refunds for credit interest Payments foreign 24,447,854,043 85 02 and commissions of the STATE BUDGET 291,045,109,060 9,307,365,072 5001

 


 

01 231,656,932,275 02 CURRENT EXPENDITURE PERSONNEL EXPENDITURE EXPENSES on MATERIALS and SERVICES 43,216,867,578 20 38,293,763,920 34 13,857,919,110 36 771,100,000 38 PREMIUM SUBSIDY TRANSFERS INTEREST 1,120,068,137 70 49,988,150,000 60 84,409,063,530 49 RESERVE CAPITAL EXPENDITURE 25,413,179,670 79 219,778,000 84 LOANS REPAYMENTS, PAYMENT of INTEREST and COMMISSION on LOANS repayments of foreign loans 33,755,219,115 85 and interest payments and commissions from foreign loans contracted by authorising officers 33.755.21 Repayments of foreign loans 9,115 85 01 24,447,854,043 85 02 interest Payments and fees 9,307,365,072 5101 PUBLIC AUTHORITIES 18,325,223,444 01 16,126,825,710 02 EXPENDITURE CURRENT PERSONNEL EXPENDITURE EXPENSES on MATERIALS and SERVICES 11,384,522,581 20 3,719,647,497 34 978,008,184 70 44,647,448 38 GRANTS TRANSFERS CAPITAL EXPENDITURE 1,435,837,594 84, REIMBURSEMENT PAYMENTS for INTEREST and FEES on LOANS repayments of foreign loans 762,560,140 85 and interest payments and commissions from foreign loans contracted by authorising officers 762,560,140

 


 

Repayments of foreign loans 85 01 542,669,040 85 02 interest Payments and fees 219,891,100 01 139,373,200 02 Presidential Administration legislative authorities, judicial authorities, 1,955,054,710 03 5,872,314,915 04 other organs of the Government executive Authorities 899,467,035 05 9,459,013,584 5401 NATIONAL DEFENSE 31,754,822,013 01 21,275,583,548 02 CURRENT EXPENDITURE PERSONNEL EXPENDITURE and EXPENDITURE on MATERIALS 9,462,503,256 20 10,932,929,636 38 880,150,656 70 TRANSFERS SERVICES

 

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE 2,121,900,165 84, REIMBURSEMENT PAYMENTS for INTEREST and FEES on LOANS repayments of foreign loans 8,357,338,300 85 and interest payments and commissions from foreign loans contracted by authorising officers 8,357,338,300 85 01 Refunds for credit interest Payments foreign 7,796,720,490 85 02 and commissions Board 560,617,810 01 250,737,956 02 central national defense and peacekeeping operations 20,040,638,605 03-Atlantic integration Actions and for establishing rapid reaction force 10,743,999,396 04 Partnership compensatory Payments for peace 163,266,000 05 556,180,056 5501 PUBLIC ORDER and NATIONAL SECURITY 32,395,329,166 01 28,291,587,345 02 EXPENDITURE CURRENT PERSONNEL EXPENDITURE EXPENSES on MATERIALS and SERVICES 14,743,001,801 20 9,669,403,716 34 822,290,203 70 3,056,891,625 38 GRANTS TRANSFERS CAPITAL EXPENDITURE 1,306,553,211 84, REIMBURSEMENT PAYMENTS for INTEREST and FEES on LOANS repayments of foreign loans 2,797,188,610 85 and interest payments and commissions from foreign loans contracted by authorising officers 2,797,188,610 85 01 cash on delivery inputs of external credits interest Payments 2,120,347,250 85 02 and commissions Board 676,841,360 01 1,943,114,714 02 8,755,495,095 03 Central Police protection and guard against fires and overseeing Border Guard 1,647,772,680 04 2,836,610,232 05 4,868,837,172 06 7,155,718,012 07 Gendarmerie National Security Prison 3,251,547,348 50 other institutions and actions relating to public policy and safety 1,936,233,913 5701 national EDUCATION 15,335,569,682 01 12,458,987,575 02 EXPENDITURE CURRENT EXPENDITURE of PERSO TRACEABILITY of MATERIALS and SERVICES EXPENSES 2,433,441,516 20 1,940,145,327 34 7,195,538,532 70 889,862,200 38 GRANTS TRANSFERS CAPITAL EXPENDITURE 2,212,412,887 84, REIMBURSEMENT PAYMENTS for INTEREST and FEES on LOANS repayments of foreign loans 664,169,220 85 and interest payments and commissions from foreign loans contracted by authorising officers 664,169,220 85 01 Refunds for credit interest Payments foreign 285,495,860 85 02 and commissions Board 378,673,360 01 132,540,647 02 14,654,878 03 central pre-primary Education primary and secondary education 144,867,738

 

04 higher education post-primary 354,316,759 09 8,863,760,466 10 Central Libraries, academic and pedagogical boarding schools, dormitories and 160,162,580 14 canteens for schoolchildren and students 550,054,600 20 qualification and retraining centers 10,774,788 25 decentralised public services 932,596,449 50 other institutions and actions of HEALTH education 4,171,840,777 5801 12,428,438,253 01 4,920,139,346 02 CURRENT EXPENDITURE PERSONNEL EXPENDITURE and EXPENDITURE on MATERIALS 1,262,137,236 20 1,684,308,045 34 SERVICES at SUB-REGIONAL LEVEL; KEEP 111,360,000 38 1,862,334,065 70 CAPITAL EXPENDITURES TRANSFERS 1,404,525,047 84 CREDIT REPAYMENTS, INTEREST PAYMENTS and FEES to CREDIT repayments of foreign loans 6,103,773,860 85 and interest payments and commissions from foreign loans contracted by authorising officers 6,103,773,860 85 01 Refunds for credit interest Payments foreign 5,190,577,330 85 02 and commissions Board 840,000,000 03 913,196,530 01 central hospitals, nurseries, centers 2,068,220,045 05 2,053,912 07 blood transfusions 504,000,000 09 17,531,532 25 health centres

 


 

Decentralized public services 3,635,000,000 50 other institutions and health action

5,361,632,764 5901 CULTURE, religion and ACTION SPORTS and YOUTH 4,855,471,342 01 4,754,678,782 02 EXPENDITURE CURRENT PERSONNEL EXPENDITURE EXPENSES on MATERIALS and SERVICES 262,972,722 20 1,233,980,391 34 1,661,225,970 70 1,596,499,699 38 GRANTS TRANSFERS CAPITAL EXPENDITURE 90,352,560 84, REIMBURSEMENT PAYMENTS for INTEREST and FEES on LOANS repayments of foreign loans 10,440,000 85 and interest payments and commissions from foreign loans contracted by authorising officers by interest Payments and 10,440,000 85 02 commissions 10,440,000 01

 


 

Central Administration of the Public Libraries national 199,624,401 02 57,000,000 04 318,127,817 05 Theatres Museums and institutions professional performances and concerts 394,645,000 13 consolidation and restoration of historical monuments, religious activity of 300,000,000 15 812,520,000 20 1,013,532,994 21 youth sports activity of decentralized public services 91,886,000 25 136,342,000 50 other institutions and actions concerning culture, religion and sports and youth WELFARE 1,531,793,130 6001 , Pensions, ALLOWANCES, BENEFITS and AID 32,567,547,731 01 32,381,501,711 02 CURRENT EXPENDITURE PERSONNEL EXPENDITURE EXPENSES on MATERIALS and SERVICES 346,098,127 20 2,174,481,674 34 29,839,168,010 70 21,753,900 38 GRANTS TRANSFERS CAPITAL EXPENDITURE 122,685,000 84, REIMBURSEMENT PAYMENTS for INTEREST and FEES on LOANS repayments of foreign loans 63,361,020 85 and interest payments and commissions from foreign loans contracted by authorising officers 63,361,020 85 01 Refunds for credit interest Payments foreign 16,026,810 85 02 and commissions 47,334,210 01

 


 

Central Administration 245,049,367 08 reception centres of social Allowance 3,040,888 09 44,000,000 14 of joint custody and foster 336,303,000 15 State children's Allowance 11,978,430,745 17 aid for wives of conscripts 8,597,534 18 reception centres, sorting and accommodation of people requesting refugee status 15,192,667 19 supplementary Allowance for families with children 892,526,000 20 Pension , AIDS, allowances and bonuses I.O.V.R., war veterans, and for other categories of beneficiaries of military Pension 7,051,991,355 21 7,885,486,913 25 311,527,073 29 decentralised public services paid leave for raising children up to 2 years 2,149,384 37 1,474,484,419 38 Special Aid Benefits the blind 3,229,200 43 employees Support the system of protection of the rights of the child welfare Programs 199,047,905 48 and professional integration of disabled persons 30,250,000 50 other actions concerning social assistance , pensions, allowances, and other allowances and SERVICES PUBLIC 2,086,241,281 6301 DEVELOPMENT CURRENT EXPENDITURES and HOUSING GRANTS 5,818,906,660 01 1,913,610,770 34 8,606,000 38 1,905,004,770 70 CAPITAL EXPENDITURES TRANSFERS 1,874,399,100 84 CREDIT REPAYMENTS, INTEREST PAYMENTS and FEES to CREDIT repayments of foreign loans 2,030,896,790 85 and interest payments and commissions from foreign loans contracted by authorising officers 2,030,896,790 85 01 Refunds for credit interest Payments foreign 1,475,558,890 85 02 and 2,943,130,140 50 555,337,900 08 Housing commissions

 


 

Other actions relating to the development of public housing and ENVIRONMENT 2,875,776,520 6401 2,306,854,391 01 580,764,272 02 EXPENDITURE CURRENT PERSONNEL EXPENDITURE EXPENSES on MATERIALS and SERVICES 266,978,272 20 141,721,212 38 172,064,788 70 CAPITAL EXPENDITURES TRANSFERS 1,555,388,939 84 CREDIT REPAYMENTS, INTEREST PAYMENTS and FEES to CREDIT repayments of foreign loans 170,701,180 85 and interest payments and commissions from foreign loans contracted by authorising officers by interest Payments and 170,701,180 85 02 commissions 124,000,000 170,701,180 01 Central Administration

 

02 Development of water sources and water bodies, monitoring and environmental protection 1,616,090,119 03, reduction and control of pollution sources 550,000,000 04 geological Prospecting of 2,000,000 05 nuclear activities Control water 14,764,272 6601 15,260,497,563 01 6,997,384,271 02 INDUSTRY CURRENT EXPENDITURE PERSONNEL EXPENDITURE EXPENSES on MATERIALS and SERVICES 132,958,090 20 227,490,382 34 3,038,363,039 70 3,598,572,760 38 GRANTS TRANSFERS CAPITAL EXPENDITURE REFUNDS 6,843,548,840 84 C REDITE, INTEREST PAYMENTS and FEES to CREDIT repayments of foreign loans 1,419,564,452 85 and interest payments and commissions from foreign loans contracted by authorising officers 1,419,564,452 85 01 Refunds for credit interest Payments foreign 713,720,650 85 02 and commissions Board 705,843,802 01 369,342,694 02 Central geological and Prospecting works for the discovery of mineral resources mineral fuels 1,817,203,917 06 150,000,000 03 solid mineral resources other than the fuels Manufacturing Industry 3,079,698,792 07 416,758,161 08 energy system development funded from special purpose 5,920,000,000 50 revenue other expenses in the field of AGRICULTURE and FORESTRY industry 3,507,493,999 6701 14,099,112,707 01 12,967,350,257 02 EXPENDITURE CURRENT PERSONNEL EXPENDITURE EXPENSES on MATERIALS and SERVICES 1,299,238,020 20 1,258,443,282 34 4,119,080,000 36 771,100,000 38 PREMIUM SUBSIDY TRANSFERS 910,000,000 84 5,519,488,955 70 CAPITAL EXPENDITURES

 

REPAYMENTS of loans, INTEREST PAYMENTS and FEES to CREDIT repayments of foreign loans 221,762,450 85 and interest payments and commissions from foreign loans contracted by authorising officers 221,762,450 85 01 Refunds for credit interest Payments foreign 121,876,170 85 02 and 99,886,280 01 151,031,875 02 Central Administration fees Amending soils acidic and alkaline 50,000,000 03 fixed amounts to Cover the seed 1,092,700,000 04

 



 

Combat pests and diseases in vegetable Breeding sector and animal 365,714,016 05 302,668,105 06 selection Programs to support prices of agricultural products Grant related 80,132,650 07 interest bank loans to farmers to support Other programs 120,000,000 10 agricultural reclamation, irrigation 5,914,881,079 14 15, desecări and combating soil erosion Forestry 1,902,523,680 461,416,449 17 prevention and control of animal diseases and combating epizootic diseases in case of Damages 615,500,000 18 natural disasters 141,768,000 25 decentralised public services 2,563,293,017

 

50 units and Other actions in the field of agriculture and forestry, TRANSPORT and COMMUNICATIONS 337,483,836 6801 30,307,549,516 01 16,275,499,771 02 EXPENDITURE CURRENT PERSONNEL EXPENDITURE EXPENSES on MATERIALS and SERVICES 204,426,452 20 3,968,471,646 34 12,078,052,414 70 24,549,259 38 GRANTS TRANSFERS CAPITAL EXPENDITURE 3,499,898,752 84, REIMBURSEMENT PAYMENTS for INTEREST and FEES on LOANS repayments of foreign loans 10,532,150,993 85 and interest payments and commissions from foreign loans contracted by authorising officers 10,532,150,993 85 01 Ramb ursări credits interest Payments foreign 5,786,434,563 85 02 and commissions Board 4,745,716,430 01 854,023,077 02 3,310,167,648 03 central civil aviation civil Navigation roads and bridges 1,117,605,916 05 6,036,231,175 06 9,333,255,913 07 Rail Transport 1,895,974,310 08 local Airports civil aviation 29,355,000 09 financed from revenue special 149,940,153 10 6,111,813 11 Communications Roads financed from special purpose 7,564,904,511 50 revenue other expenses in this area your transport and communications 9,980,000 6901 OTHER ECONOMIC ACTION 13,828,793,171 01 12,373,766,374 02 CURRENT EXPENDITURE PERSONNEL EXPENDITURE EXPENSES on MATERIALS and SERVICES 188,998,130 20 442,435,163 34 11,473,653,259 70 268,679,822 38 GRANTS TRANSFERS CAPITAL EXPENDITURE 993,239,107 84, REIMBURSEMENT PAYMENTS for INTEREST and FEES on LOANS repayments of foreign loans 461,787,690 85 and interest payments and commissions from foreign loans contracted by authorising officers 461,787,690 85 01 Refunds for credit payments of foreign 362,646,830 85 02 interest and commissions Board 99,140,860 01 1,409,129,723 02 central national material reserves and mobilization flood prevention and control 1,252,320,579 03 and frost 16,182,433 04 752,562,490 05 Meteorology and hydrology Stimulation of export production and export 2,045,000,000 07 Stimulating small and medium-sized National Protection System 192,214,860 10 44,000,000 13 promotion and tourism development of the pre-accession Fund 193,338,796 18 7,625,364,468 50 other expenses for economic action 298,679,822 7101

 


 


 

SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH 3,442,340,861 01 3,254,127,450 02 CURRENT EXPENDITURE PERSONNEL EXPENDITURE EXPENSES on MATERIALS and SERVICES 635,798,790 20 338,077,518 34 2,262,834,745 70 17,416,397 38 GRANTS TRANSFERS CAPITAL EXPENDITURE 188,213,411 01 158,699,967 02 Central Administration fundamental research applied Research and experimental 481,196,461 03 2,378,333,597 50 other institutions and actions for scientific research 424,110,836 7201 OTHER CURRENT EXPENDITURE SHARES 5,090,656,423 01 4.076.906.95 6 02 PERSONNEL EXPENDITURE EXPENSES on MATERIALS and SERVICES 593,792,585 20 562,228,431 34 GRANTS 100,000,000 38 TRANSFERS 854,225,057 84 2,820,885,940 70 CAPITAL EXPENDITURES for LOAN REPAYMENTS, INTEREST PAYMENTS and FEES to CREDIT repayments of foreign loans 159,524,410 85 and interest payments and commissions from foreign loans contracted by authorising officers 159,524,410 85 01 Refunds for credit interest Payments foreign 35,780,160 85 02 and Central Administration customs fees 123,744,250 01 and 789,897,785 05 territorial units System National Awards for the implementation of treaties 22,000,000 06 Expenditure international 5,904,720 07 206,781,086 08 civil enforcement of budgetary Compensation claims civil 15,000,000 10 and judicial and extra-judicial expenses derived from shares in representing the interests of the State, according to the legal provisions 2,530,000,000 11 fees for accounting expertise ordered in criminal proceedings 13,000,000 12 development and modernization of control points for crossing the border as well as other customs programs 862,707,319 13 units information and presenting the image of Romania 257,759,000 18 active measures for fighting unemployment 100,000,000 20 7,455,000 19 special Flights of the Romanian Social Development Fund 125,602,840 22 rural finance Projects other expenditures 8,950,000 50 145,598,673 8501 TRANSFERS FROM STATE BUDGET CURRENT EXPENDITURES 1,900,000,000 01 1,900,000,000 38 1,900,000,000 03 TRANSFERS transfers from the State budget, local budgets for investments part-financed from external loans 1,900,000,000 8601

 


 


 

219,778,000 02 219,778,000 79 LOANS LOANS loans for completing certain objectives approved by intergovernmental bilateral conventions and agreements 163,000,000 05 loans granted to persons enjoying refugee status and are deprived of the means of existence 1,247,000 11 Microcredit individuals working on their own, gainful, for the purpose of maintenance RELATED materials 55,531,000 8801 GOVERNMENT DEBT and INTEREST EXPENSES INTEREST EXPENSES 49,988,150,000 49 49,988,150,000 01 49,988,150,000 01 CURRENT Interest related duties its internal public debt Interest related 21,696,000,000 02 external 8,615,560,000 03

 


 


Expenses incurred in the issuance and placement of Government securities and the risk of the guarantees given by the State, under the law of course Differences 11,871,450,000 04 related to external debt being related 6,605,140,000 05 differences of internal public debt RESERVE FUNDS 1,200,000,000 9501 1,120,068,137 60 1,120,068,137 01 RESERVES reserve fund at the disposal of the Government budget 800,068,137 02 intervention Fund at the disposal of the Government Fund available to the 200,000,000 03 Romanian Government for relations with Moldova on FOREIGN LOANS 120,000,000 5014 35,475,512,858 01

 

CURRENT EXPENDITURE PERSONNEL EXPENDITURE 48,416,991 20 14,132,311,535 02 EXPENDITURE MATERIALS and SERVICES GRANTS 529,966,622 34 260,897,000 38 13,293,030,922 70 CAPITAL EXPENDITURES TRANSFERS 21,268,659,323 79 LOANS GRANTED to PUBLIC AUTHORITIES 74,542,000 5114 1,696,779,340 01 1,130,890,196 02 CURRENT EXPENDITURE PERSONNEL EXPENDITURE EXPENSES on MATERIALS and SERVICES 167,835 20 231,296,109 38 899,426,252 70 CAPITAL EXPENDITURES TRANSFERS 565,889,144 05 certification authorities your NATIONAL DEFENSE executive 1,696,779,340 5414 4,302,862,408 70 CAPITAL EXPENDITURES 4,302,862,408 02 national defense and peacekeeping operations 4,302,862,408 5514 PUBLIC ORDER and NATIONAL SECURITY 2,406,216,620 70 CAPITAL EXPENDITURES 2,406,216,620 02 37,612,067 03 Police protection and guard against fires and overseeing Border Guard 186,355,000 04 237,790,770 06 729,021,620 50 Other national security institutions and actions relating to public policy and national safety EDUCATION 1,215,437,163 5714
1,023,830,000 01 106,428,458 02 CURRENT EXPENDITURE PERSONNEL EXPENDITURE EXPENSES on MATERIALS and SERVICES 2,178,490 20 104,249,968 70 CAPITAL EXPENDITURES 917,401,542 03 725,000,000 04 primary and secondary post-primary 298,830,000 5814 74,540,000 02 3,453,530,860 01 CURRENT HEALTH EXPENDITURE PERSONNEL EXPENDITURE EXPENSES on MATERIALS and SERVICES 37,270,000 20 37,270,000 70 CAPITAL EXPENDITURES 3,378,990,860 03 2,824,025,670 50 other institutions and Hospitals health action 629,505,190 5914 CULTURE, religion and ACTION SPORTS and YOUTH 113,778,000 01 96,278,000 02 EXPENDITURE CURRENT PERSONNEL EXPENDITURE EXPENSES on MATERIALS and SERVICES 522,105 20 58,755,895 38 37,000,000 70 TRANSFERS CAPITAL EXPENDITURE 17,500,000 50 other institutions and actions concerning culture, religion and sports and youth WELFARE, 113,778,000 6014 ALLOWANCES, pensions, ALLOWANCES and AID 364,513,000 01 209,838,000 02 EXPENDITURE CURRENT PERSONNEL EXPENDITURE 6,262,000 20

 

EXPENDITURE on MATERIALS and SERVICES 144,016,000 70 59,560,000 38 TRANSFERS CAPITAL EXPENDITURE 207,974,000 43 154,675,000 25 decentralised public services Support the system of protection of children's rights and DEVELOPMENT SERVICES PUBLIC 156,539,000 6314 and HOUSING EXPENDITURE CURRENT TRANSFERS 6,458,318,880 01 2,954,844,880 38 2,954,844,880 70 CAPITAL EXPENDITURES 3,503,474,000 50 3,503,474,000 08 Housing other actions relating to the development of public housing and ENVIRONMENT 2,954,844,880 6414 679,077,620

 


 

70 CAPITAL EXPENDITURES 679,077,620 02 Development of water sources, water accumulation and INDUSTRY 739,083,930 01 679,077,620 6614 CURRENT EXPENDITURE 739,083,930 38 739,083,930 01 739,083,930 6714 Central Administration TRANSFERS AGRICULTURE and FORESTRY 485,641,130 01 157,283,620 70 157,283,620 38 TRANSFERS CURRENT EXPENDITURE CAPITAL EXPENDITURE 328,357,510 50 328,357,510 15 Forestry units and Other actions in the field of agriculture and forestry 157,283,620 6814

 


 


 

TRANSPORT and COMMUNICATIONS EXPENDITURE CURRENT TRANSFERS 12,658,722,440 01 8,009,910,610 38 8,009,910,610 70 CAPITAL EXPENDITURES 4,648,811,830 01 745,420,000 02 civil aviation Central Administration 111,813,000 03 Navigating roads and bridges civil 1,741,673,830 05 4,727,080,930 06 3,469,184,680 07 Rail Transport 1,863,550,000 6914 OTHER ECONOMIC ACTION 355,192,630 01 355,192,630 34 260,897,000 38 GRANTS CURRENT EXPENDITURES

 

94,295,630 01 262,387,840 04 Central Administration TRANSFERS Meteorology and hydrology 92,804,790 7214 OTHER ACTIONS 663,424,000 01 298,021,211 02 CURRENT EXPENDITURE PERSONNEL EXPENDITURE EXPENSES on MATERIALS and SERVICES 2,016,561 20 38,834,650 38 257,170,000 70 CAPITAL EXPENDITURES TRANSFERS 365,402,789 12 development and modernizing checkpoints for crossing the border, as well as other customs units 372,710,000 18 20 active measures for fighting unemployment Fund of social development 33,544,000 257,170,000 8614

 


 


 

74,542,000 79 LOANS LOANS loans 74,542,000 13 of government agencies and administered by credit agencies APPROPRIATIONS 74,542,000 5003 FROM OWN INCOMES 8,013,469,641 01 5,664,406,322 02 CURRENT EXPENDITURE PERSONNEL EXPENDITURE EXPENSES on MATERIALS and SERVICES 1,194,749,659 20 4,426,556,663 38 43,100,000 70 CAPITAL EXPENDITURES TRANSFERS 2,349,063,319 5103 PUBLIC AUTHORITIES 265,899,097 01 98,538,160 02 CURRENT EXPENDITURE PERSONNEL EXPENDITURE 27,020,000

 


 


20 EXPENDITURE MATERIALS and SERVICES 71,518,160 70 CAPITAL EXPENDITURES 167,360,937 02 43,750,000 05 legislative Authority executive Authority NATIONAL DEFENCE 222,149,097 5403 300,000,000 01 288,000,000 02 CURRENT EXPENDITURE PERSONNEL EXPENDITURE EXPENSES on MATERIALS and SERVICES 110,400,000 20 177,600,000 70 CAPITAL EXPENDITURES 12,000,000 02 national defense and peacekeeping operations 300,000,000 5503 PUBLIC ORDER and NATIONAL SECURITY 1,000,000 01 CURRENT EXPENDITURE 1,000,000 02

 

PERSONNEL EXPENDITURE and overseeing Border Guard 1,000,000 04 1,000,000 5703 5,855,157,300 01 4,305,157,300 02 EDUCATION CURRENT EXPENDITURE PERSONNEL EXPENDITURE EXPENSES on MATERIALS and SERVICES 1,012,359,600 20 3,269,697,700 38 23,100,000 70 CAPITAL EXPENDITURES TRANSFERS 1,550,000,000 09 3,300,894,270 14 higher education boarding schools, dormitories and canteens for schoolchildren and students 461,626,660 50 Other educational institutions and HEALTH action 2,092,636,370 5803 350,000,000 01 C 343,000,000 20 HELTUIELI CURRENT EXPENDITURE and CAPITAL EXPENDITURE 343,000,000 01 70 SERVICES Directors of central blood transfusion Centres 7,000,000 25,650,000 07 17,100,000 25 decentralised public services 273,050,000 50 other institutions and health action 34,200,000 5903 culture, RELIGION and ACTION SPORTS and YOUTH 255,165,000 01 202,130,000 02 EXPENDITURE CURRENT PERSONNEL EXPENDITURE EXPENSES on MATERIALS and SERVICES 2,530,000 20 179,600,000 38 20,000,000 70 TRANSFERS CAPITAL EXPENDITURE 53,035,000

 

20 sports 200,000,000 25 public service institutions and decentralised actions 5,000,000 50 concerning culture, religion and sports and youth SERVICES and DEVELOPMENT 50,165,000 6303 PUBLIC CURRENT EXPENDITURE and HOUSING 189,415,285 02 200,074,947 01 PERSONNEL EXPENDITURE EXPENSES on MATERIALS and SERVICES 4,640,867 20 184,774,418 70 CAPITAL EXPENDITURES 10,659,662 50 other actions relating to the development of public housing and AGRICULTURE and FORESTRY 200,074,947 6703 379,119,950 70 CAPITAL EXPENDITURES 379,119,950

 

15 214,154,500 50 units and Other Forestry actions in the field of agriculture and forestry's ECONOMIC ACTIONS 164,965,450 6903 351,553,347 01 195,165,577 02 CURRENT EXPENDITURE PERSONNEL EXPENDITURE EXPENSES on MATERIALS and SERVICES 26,556,000 20 168,609,577 70 CAPITAL EXPENDITURES 156,387,770 02 material reserves and national mobilization 272,553,347 50 other expenses for SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH economic action 79,000,000 7103 55,500,000 01 42,000,000 02 EXPENDITURE CURRENT EXPENDITURE PER SONAL 10,243,192 20 31,756,808 70 MATERIALS and SERVICES EXPENSES CAPITAL EXPENDITURE 13,500,000 01 Central Administration 2,800,000 02 basic research 43,500,000 50 other institutions and actions for EXTERNAL FUNDS scientific research GRANTS 9,200,000 5030 27,837,460,944 01 26,601,793,732 02 EXPENDITURE CURRENT PERSONNEL EXPENDITURE EXPENSES on MATERIALS and SERVICES 57,155,858 20 2,106,909,571 38 24,437,728,303 70 CAPITAL EXPENDITURES TRANSFERS 1,235,667,212 5130 AUTHORITIES PUBL ICE 1,895,825,113 01 1,539,975,434 02 CURRENT EXPENDITURE PERSONNEL EXPENDITURE EXPENSES on MATERIALS and SERVICES 31,158,160 20 1,421,899,931 38 86,917,343 70 CAPITAL EXPENDITURES TRANSFERS 355,849,679 01 Mod 3,652,558 04 other organs of the Government executive Authorities 60,545,970 05 1,831,626,585 5530 PUBLIC ORDER and NATIONAL SECURITY 235,810,620 01 CURRENT EXPENDITURE EXPENSES on MATERIALS and SERVICES 55,600,000 20 55,600,000 70 CAPITAL EXPENDITURES 180,210,620

 

border surveillance and Guard 04 50,277,940 50 other institutions and actions relating to public policy and national safety EDUCATION 185,532,680 5730 538,301,581 01 538,301,581 02 EXPENDITURE CURRENT PERSONNEL EXPENDITURE 1,212,798 38 537,088,783 50 other institutions TRANSFERS and HEALTH education 538,301,581 5830 49,569,800 01 49,569,800 02 EXPENDITURE CURRENT EXPENDITURE STAFF EXPENDITURE 24,784,900 20 24,784,900 25 MATERIALS and decentralized public services SERVICES 49,569,800

 

5930 CULTURE, religion and ACTION SPORTS and YOUTH 271,005,280 38 271,005,280 01 271,005,280 21 TRANSFERS CURRENT EXPENDITURES Youth Activity 45,817,000 50 other institutions and actions concerning culture, religion and sports and youth WELFARE, 225,188,280 6030 TRAINING ALLOWANCES, pensions, ALLOWANCES and AID 1,249,365,125 01 CURRENT EXPENDITURE EXPENSES on MATERIALS and SERVICES 1,249,365,125 20 571,165,125 38 678,200,000 01 Administrative TRANSFERS 455,865,125 43 Central Support protection system (e) the rights of the child and ENVIRONMENT 793,500,000 6430 343,000,000 01 343,000,000 38 343,000,000 03 CURRENT EXPENDITURES and TRANSFERS environmental protection, reduction in pollution control and INDUSTRY-CURRENT EXPENDITURE 343,000,000 6630 9,854,005 38 9,854,005 01 9,854,005 01 Administrative TRANSFERS 9,854,005 6730 Central AGRICULTURE and FORESTRY 11,015,877,691 01 11,015,877,691 38 11,015,877,691 10 CURRENT TRANSFERS OUTLAY

 


 


Other programs to support agricultural producers 11,015,877,691 6830 TRANSPORTS and COMMUNICATIONS EXPENDITURE CURRENT TRANSFERS 8,369,134,659 01 7,742,289,131 38 7,742,289,131 70 CAPITAL EXPENDITURES 626,845,528 01 Central Navigation Administration civil 94,359,655 03 124,561,826 05 5,522,447,266 06 Road and rail bridges 2,627,765,912 6930 OTHER CURRENT EXPENDITURES ECONOMIC ACTION 3,501,398,230 38 3,501,398,230 01 3,501,398,230 01 central Administration TRANSFERS â 3,501,398,230 7130 SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH 252,097,840 38 252,097,840 01 CURRENT EXPENDITURE TRANSFERS applied and experimental Research 252,097,840 03 252,097,840 7230 106,221,000 01 ACTIONS CURRENT EXPENDITURE EXPENSES on MATERIALS and SERVICES 33,459,615 20 33,459,615 70 CAPITAL EXPENDITURES 72,761,385 12 developing and modernizing checkpoints for crossing the border, as well as other customs units 106,221,000 annex 4 broken AMOUNTS from income tax to balance local budgets for 2003

 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 

-MDL-No. crt.
County Total of which: social protection for social aid, aid for housing and heating system for the protection of disabled persons supporting the system of child protection culture and cults of which AMOUNTS broken down from the tax on the income of which: for balancing Contributions for staff neclerical cultural institutions taken over by the local authorities, the County's own Budget local budgets of communes municipalities, cities and TOTAL 15,718,320,000 7,727,130,000 1,926,360,000 814,830,000 711,374,100 103,455,900 5,250,000,000 1,335,634,000 3,914,366,000 1.
WHITE 342,001,000 169,620,300 39,486,100 33,565,600 29,471,200 4,094,400 99,329,000 24,832,250 74,496,750 2.
ARAD 311,691,600 150,910,400 54,128,600 15,487,600 15,487,600 00 91,165,000 22,791,250 68,373,750 3.
BATON ROUGE, 435,489,850 239,936,300 47,632,200 22,739,350 21,869,700 869,650 125,182,000 31,295,500 93,886,500 4.
BACĂU 510,118,900 268,164,200 55,385,400 17,845,300 17,845,300 00 168,724,000 42,181,000 126,543,000 5.
BIHAR 419,091,000 216,477,300 59,898,300 33,861,400 33,861,400 00 108,854,000 27,213,500 81,640,500 6.
Bistriţa-NĂSĂUD 261,905,500 112,925,300 39,745,300 10,812,900 10,812,900 00 98,422,000 24,605,500 73,816,500 7.
BOTOŞANI 483,166,450 214,802,700 41,923,900 22,338,850 10,284,400 12,054,450 204,101,000 51,025,250 153,075,750 8.
BRASOV 357,503,300 184,614,400 50,718,700 17,398,200 17,398,200 00 104,772,000 26,193,000 78,579,000 9.
BRĂILA 305,851,750 151,255,500 47,747,000 7,520,250 7,520,250 00 99,329,000 24,832,250 74,496,750 10.
BUZĂU 410,309,800 179,042,900 59,759,400 10,040,500 10,040,500 00 161,467,000 40,366,750 121,100,250 11.
Caraş-SEVERIN 311,817,100 146,834,600 27,774,200 21,097,300 21,097,300 00 116,111,000 29,027,750 87,083,250 12.
CĂLĂRAŞI 287,167,100 131,697,200 28,496,800 4,512,100 4,512,100 00 122,461,000 30,615,250 91,845,750 13.
CLUJ 365,381,200 178,240,900 55,515,700 30,934,600 30,934,600 00 100,690,000 25,172,500 75,517,500 14.
CONSTANCE 392,712,700 247,460,000 51,682,700 10,569,000 10,569,000 00 83,001,000 20,750,250 62,250,750 15.
COVASNA 171,331,950 83,433,900 24,051,200 4,430,850 4,430,850 00 59,416,000 14,854,000 44,562,000 16.
DÂMBOVIŢA COUNTY 419,126,500 205.688.600 39,895,500 19,332,400 15,447,000 3,885,400 154,210,000 38,552,500 115,657,500 17 *).
DOLJ 486,135,350 248,139,300 54,324,300 28,554,750 16,016,000 12,538,750 155,117,000 38,779,250 116,337,750 18.
GALAŢI 383,390,600 169,279,500 56,907,700 18,414,400 18,414,400 00 138,789,000 34,697,250 104,091,750 19.
GALLANT 254,424,950 121,629,600 15,706,200 3,699,150 3,699,150 00 113,390,000 28,347,500 85,042,500 20.
BOMBAY 258,894,400 138,267,200 28,524,900 12,276,300 12,276,300 00 79,826,000 19,956,500 59,869,500 21.
HARGHITA 229,318,100 95,331,700 29,599,000 9,593,400 9,593,400 00 94,794,000 23,698,500 71,095,500 22.
HUNEDOARA 366,540,700 189,275,500 46,691,200 12,195,000 12,195,000 00 118,379,000 29,594,750 88,784,250 23.
IALOMITA 239,853,100 102,598,500 27,373,400 6,016,200 6,016,200 00 103,865,000 25,966,250 77,898,750 24.
IAŞI 633,389,500 277,659,600 120,148,800 27,398,100 27,398,100 00 208,183,000 52,045,750 156,137,250 25.
ILFOV 170,883,250 107,333,400 26,886,500 8,089,350 8,089,350 00 28,574,000 7,143,500 21,430,500 26.
STYLE 446,618,200 214,506,000 42,718,700 27,926,500 27,926,500 00 161,467,000 40,366,750 121,100,250 27.
MEHEDINŢI 228,327,300 90,435,100 29,516,800 10,406,400 10,406,400 00 97,969,000 24,492,250 73,476,750 28.
MUREŞ 426,603,070 202,903,500 49,382,900 47,320,670 27,235,500 20,085,170 126,996,000 31,749,000 95,247,000 29.
NEAMŢ 527,272,100 249,173,500 47,065,400 36,910,200 36,910,200 00 194,123,000 48,530,750 145,592,250 30.
OLT 360,912,800 166,547,700 42,649,400 12,926,700 12,926,700 00 138,789,000 34,697,250 104,091,750 31.
PRAHOVA 467,228,800 249,032,800 60,451,200 9,430,800 9,430,800 00 148,314,000 37,078,500 111,235,500 32.
SATU MARE 312,253,200 137,768,200 42,154,700 16,219,300 16,219,300 00 116,111,000 29,027,750 87,083,250 33.
.210,307,400 90,865,700 21,910,900 19,064,800 19,064,800 00 78,466,000 19,616,500 58,849,500 34.
SIBIU 316,536,800 172,980,100 31,855,300 34,596,400 21,138,000 13,458,400 77,105,000 19,276,250 57,828,750 35.
SUCEAVA 644,351,380 281,523,900 59,007,200 45,745,280 24,268,100 21,477,180 258,075,000 64,518,750 193,556,250 36.
TELEORMAN 353,306,100 141,615,100 39,268,100 12,316,900 12,316,900 00 160,106,000 40,026,500 120,079,500 37.
TIMIS 382,247,800 188,172,600 69,114,600 26,991,600 26,991,600 00 97,969,000 24,492,250 73,476,750 38.
TULCEA 193,499,400 95,424,300 26,186,000 10,203,100 10,203,100 00 61,686,000 15,421,500 46,264,500 39.
VASLUI 477,754,900 210,235,100 46,857,300 12,479,500 12,479,500 00 208,183,000 52,045,750 156,137,250 40.
VALCEA 348,216,100 159,234,400 57,697,300 20,162,400 20,162,400 00 111,122,000 27,780,500 83,341,500 41.
CLIFFORD 326,324,600 148,448,300 40,460,200 9,512,100 9,512,100 00 127,904,000 31,976,000 95,928,000 42.
BUCHAREST 741,600,400 597,644,900 90,061,000 53,894,500 38,902,000 14,902,500 00 00 00 amount shall be allocated on the basis of legislative acts *) 147,464,000 147,464,000 60,000,000 87,464,000 — — — — — — — — — — — — * Note) under the provisions of art. 4 of the Government Ordinance. 72/1999, approved by law No. 55/2000, shall be allocated to the Local Council of the village Gura Ocniţei sum of 2,566,000 thousand lei.

Note *) under the provisions of art. 1 of the Government Emergency Ordinance nr. 253/2000, Iaşi County Council allocated the sum of 60,000,000 MDL, and based on the provisions of art. "". (2) and (4) of the Government Emergency Ordinance nr. 78/2002, shall be allocated to the Local Council of the municipality of Iaşi, the amount of 43,403,000 thou lei and the Local Council of the municipality of Suceava, the amount of 44,061,000 thou lei.


Annex 5 list of institutions of culture which is financed from local budgets for year 2003 No. crt.
Name of County institutions of culture 1.
-National Museum of Unification Alba 2.
-Culture Centre "Brătianu" Ştefăneşti, Argeş-3.
ROMANIA-Mihai Eminescu Memorial Ipoteşti 4.
-Complex "Royal Court" Targoviste 5.
-National Theatre Craiova 6.
MURES-Targu Mures National Theater 7.
-The National Museum Complex "Astra" Sibiu, Romania 8.
-Ethnographic Museum of Bucovina-Bucovina 9 National Museum.
BUCHAREST-culture Centre "at the gates of the palaces of Brâncoveneşti Bucharest Mogoşoaia"-National Centre for Conservation and recovery of tradition and Folk-Institute of Oriental Studies "Sergius."-the Museum of Romanian literature-George Enescu Museum annex 6 broken AMOUNTS from income tax to subsidize the heat delivered to households in 2003

 


 


 


 


 


-MDL-No. crt.
County TOTAL Amount 3,597,435,000 1.
ALBA 16,695,000 2.
ARAD 67,274,000 3.
BATON ROUGE, 200,118,000 4.
BACĂU 78,869,000 5.
BIHAR 149,508,000 6.
Bistriţa-NĂSĂUD 18,114,000 7.
BOTOŞANI 111,023,000 8.
BRASOV 150,646,000 9.
BRĂILA 40,694,000 10.
BUZĂU 112,629,000 11.
Caraş-SEVERIN 29,545,000 12.
CĂLĂRAŞI 51,264,000 13.
CLUJ 59,823,000 14.
CONSTANCE 163,113,000 15.
COVASNA 21,848,000 16.
DÂMBOVIŢA 39,144,000 17.
DOLJ 96,087,000 18.
GALAŢI 74,790,000 19.
GALLANT 28,618,000 20.
FLORIDA 29,895,000 21.
HARGHITA 42,392,000 22.
HUNEDOARA 60,484,000 23.
IALOMITA 12,598,000 24.
IAŞI 148,601,000 25.
ILFOV 7,258,000 26.
MARAMURES 8,842,000 27.
MEHEDINŢI 25,453,000 28.
MUREŞ 21,627,000 29.
NEAM, 26,224,000 30.
OLT 19,463,000 31.
PRAHOVA 131,938,000 32.
SATU MARE 15,211,000 33.
VEDRAN 34,986,000 34.
SIBIU 27,334,000 35.
SUCEAVA 187,587,000 36.
TELEORMAN 46,878,000 37.
TIMIS 317,050,000 38.
TULCEA 37,198,000 39.
VASLUI 49,184,000 40.
VÂLCEA 39,484,000 41.
CLIFFORD 16,384,000 42.
BUCHAREST 781,562,000 annex 7 CRITERION for the allocation of amounts broken down from the income tax, on the administrative-territorial units, 2003: FINANCIAL Annex 8 AMOUNTS broken down from the value added tax for the financing of the expenditure of educational institutions, pre-university creşelor and County centres and local agricultural advisory 2003-MDL-No. crt.
Total amounts broken down by county from value added tax, of which for: Smithfield State Nurseries and local Centres Advisory TOTAL 34,350,910,000 33,990,671,000 202,759,300 157,479,700 1.
WHITE 659,151,700 653,699,900 1,035,200 4,416,600 2.
ARAD 672,456,400 666,703,700 1,768,300 3,984,400 3.
BATON ROUGE, 1,087,872,700 1,075,740,400 6,430,900 5,701,400 4.
BACĂU 1,244,809,600 1,233,666,000 7,162,800 3,980,800 5.
BIHAR 1,082,251,500 1,072,256,500 5,507,900 4,487,100 6.
Bistriţa-NĂSĂUD 609,048,300 600,391,800 4,937,200 3,719,300 7.
BOTOŞANI 736,785,300 731,777,700 1,406,500 3,601,100 8.
BRASOV 881,552,700 876,111,600 2,868,000 2,573,100 9.
BRĂILA 534,496,400 528,212,300 3,492,500 2,791,600 10.
BUZĂU 795,378,200 788,497,200 2,740,200 4,140,800 11.
Caraş-SEVERIN 525,182,500 518,830,400 2,134,900 4,217,200 12.
CĂLĂRAŞI 415,951,700 410,455,700 1,555,800 3,940,200 13.
CLUJ 1,177,599,000 1,163,903,800 9,798,000 3,897,200 14.
CONSTANCE 1,004,886,800 991,413,100 8,969,300 4,504,400 15.
COVASNA 411,355,200 407,496,200 1,247,700 2,611,300 16.
DÂMBOVIŢA COUNTY 837,310,800 829,646,500 2,761,700 4,902,600 17.
DOLJ 1,295,918,400 1,285,448,200 5,903,100 4,567,100 18.
GALAŢI 947,098,000 940,030,700 3,879,300 3,188,000 19.
GALLANT 327,032,400 322,965,600 765,400 3,301,400 20.
BOMBAY 725,241,500 718,569,500 3,712,100 2,959,900 21.
HARGHITA 632,929,900 628,424,900 1,920,000 2,585,000 22.
HUNEDOARA 765,969,500 759,400,100 4,072,700 2,496,700 23.
IALOMITA 396,408,900 392,257,400 1,172,500 2,979,000 24.
IAŞI 1,330,981,700 1,313,920,600 11,904,200 5,156,900 25.
ILFOV 281,791,800 277,948,300 214,900 3,628,600 26.
STYLE 931,782,600 918,476,700 9,788,400 3,517,500 27.
MEHEDINŢI 485,044,200 480,176,300 1,473,400 3,394,500 28.
MUREŞ 974,320,600 966,978,700 2,930,100 4,411,800 29.
NEAMŢ 1,009,082,900 997,005,600 7,759,800 4,317,500 30.
OLT 727,403,400 719,333,100 3,245,300 4,825,000 31.
PRAHOVA 1,165,057,700 1,156,050,200 4,915,700 4,091,800 32.
SATU MARE 645,768,600 639,238,700 2,657,800 3,872,100 33.
.475,656,200 470,943,500 1,072,200 3,640,500 34.
SIBIU 723,518,800 714,931,500 5,143,800 3,443,500 35.
SUCEAVA 1,170,394,900 1,162,219,600 3,721,700 4,453,600 36.
TELEORMAN 600,223,400 593,602,600 2,294,900 4,325,900 37.
TIMIS 1,032,281,400 1,022,368,700 6,000,000 3,912,700 38.
TULCEA 401,687,300 396,415,800 2,513,400 2,758,100 39.
VASLUI 757,993,600 752,870,200 1,628,600 3,494,800 40.
VALCEA 701,063,100 690,755,300 7,111,500 3,196,300 41.
CLIFFORD 591,430,500 584,763,200 2,826,200 3,841,100 42.
BUCHAREST 2,578,739,900 2,536,773,200 40,315,400 1,651,300 Annex 8a) AMOUNTS broken down from the value added tax for the financing of the expenditure of educational institutions of the State primary, 2003-MDL-No. crt.
Total amounts broken down by county from the value added tax from which the County's own budgets, Budgets for local municipalities: and of the communes, cities special education dairy and bakery for pupils in classes I-IV TOTAL 33,990,671,000 1,430,956,460 1,232,497,000 31,327,217,540 1.
WHITE 653,699,900 19,980,700 21,324,000 612,395,200 2.
ARAD 666,703,700 42,611,800 26,398,000 597,693,900 3.
BATON ROUGE, 1,075,740,400 25,587,800 36,702,000 1,013,450,600 4.
BACĂU 1,233,666,000 24,231,500 48,217,000 1,161,217,500 5.
BIHAR 1,072,256,500 76,738,800 35,662,000 959,855,700 6.
Bistriţa-NĂSĂUD 600,391,800 46,111,400 20,676,000 533,604,400 7.
BOTOŞANI 731,777,700 24,579,000 30,265,000 676,933,700 8.
BRASOV 876,111,600 40,985,900 30,025,000 805,100,700 9.
BRĂILA 528,212,300 21,566,400 19,170,000 487,475,900 10.
BUZĂU 788,497,200 33,088,500 27,728,000 727,680,700 11.
Caraş-SEVERIN 518,830,400 37,782,600 19,171,000 461,876,800 12.
CĂLĂRAŞI 410,455,700 1,450,200 19,567,000 389,438,500 13.
CLUJ 1,163,903,800 85,607,200 34,467,000 1,043,829,600 14.
CONSTANCE 991,413,100 27,429,200 38,547,000 925,436,900 15.
COVASNA 407,496,200 10,808,500 13,187,000 383,500,700 16.
DÂMBOVIŢA COUNTY 829,646,500 15,335,200 32,241,000 782,070,300 17.
DOLJ 1,285,448,200 52,199,200 41,686,000 1,191,563,000 18.
GALAŢI 940,030,700 33,191,700 36,602,000 870,237,000 19.
GALLANT 322,965,600 2,014,300 16,850,000 304,101,300 20.
BOMBAY 718,569,500 11,813,300 24,903,000 681,853,200 21.
HARGHITA 628,424,900 12,426,500 19,272,000 596,726,400 22.
HUNEDOARA 759,400,100 24,905,800 27,493,000 707,001,300 23.
IALOMITA 392,257,400 10,552,700 17,693,000 364,011,700 24.
IAŞI 1,313,920,600 65,974,500 51,171,000 1,196,775,100 25.
ILFOV 277,948,300 14,651,600 15,678,000 247,618,700 26.
STYLE 918,476,700 41,428,900 32,960,000 844,087,800 27.
MEHEDINŢI 480,176,300 8,241,700 18,310,000 453,624,600 28.
MUREŞ 966,978,700 24,851,700 34,530,000 907,597,000 29.
NEAMŢ 997,005,600 47,190,500 34,824,000 914,991,100 30.
OLT 719,333,100 18,890,700 28,157,000 672,285,400 31.
PRAHOVA 1,156,050,200 24,938,800 43,403,000 1,087,708,400 32.
SATU MARE 639,238,700 23,560,600 22,850,000 592,828,100 33.
.470,943,500 14,070,800 15,450,000 441,422,700 34.
SIBIU 714,931,500 42,298,700 24,496,000 648,136,800 35.
SUCEAVA 1,162,219,600 82,933,500 48,199,000 1,031,087,100 36.
TELEORMAN 593,602,600 8,569,500 23,739,000 561,294,100 37.
TIMIS 1,022,368,700 79,693,200 36,621,000 906,054,500 38.
TULCEA 396,415,800 13,475,000 14,004,000 368,936,800 39.
VASLUI 752,870,200 28,991,600 30,779,000 693,099,600 40.
VALCEA 690,755,300 17,088,800 23,417,000 650,249,500 41.
CLIFFORD 584,763,200 16,998,300 23,416,000 544,348,900 42.
BUCHAREST 2,536,773,200 176,109,860 72,647,000 2,288,016,340 Annex 8b) AMOUNTS broken down from the value added tax for the financing of the expenditure of educational institutions of the State's primary from the local budgets of communes, towns and municipalities, 2003-MDL-No. crt.
Total amounts broken down by county from value added tax, of which for: personnel expenses Funding Scholarships for students, and inventory items TOTAL 31,327,217,540 31,069,593,840 257,623,700 1.
ALBA 612,395,200 607,851,800 4,543,400 2.
ARAD 597,693,900 592,574,100 5,119,800 3.
ARGEŞ 1,013,450,600 1,005,636,200 7,814,400 4.
BACĂU 1,161,217,500 1,151,833,100 9,384,400 5.
BIHAR 959,855,700 952,319,300 7,536,400 6.
Bistriţa-NĂSĂUD 533,604,400 529,481,000 4,123,400 7.
BOTOŞANI 676,933,700 671,194,300 5,739,400


 

8. BRASOV 805,100,700 797,941,200 7,159,500 9.
BRĂILA 487,475,900 483,264,800 4,211,100 10.
BUZĂU 727,680,700 721,989,700 5,691,000 11.
Caraş-SEVERIN 461,876,800 457,941,800 3,935,000 12.
CĂLĂRAŞI 389,438,500 385,667,400 3,771,100 13.
CLUJ 1,043,829,600 1,036,186,100 7,643,500 14.
CONSTANCE 925,436,900 916,631,500 8,805,400 15.
COVASNA 383,500,700 380,800,600 2,700,100 16.
DÂMBOVIŢA COUNTY 782,070,300 775,566,000 6,504,300 17.
DOLJ 1,191,563,000 1,183,177,600 8,385,400 18.
GALAŢI 870,237,000 862,564,000 7,673,000 19.
GALLANT 304,101,300 301,202,200 2,899,100 20.
BOMBAY 681,853,200 676,751,900 5,101,300 21.
HARGHITA 596,726,400 592,836,100 3,890,300 22.
HUNEDOARA 707,001,300 700,819,600 6,181,700 23.
IALOMITA 364,011,700 360,530,500 3,481,200 24.
IAŞI 1,196,775,100 1,186,405,900 10,369,200 25.
ILFOV 247,618,700 244,872,400 2,746,300 26.
MARAMURES 844,087,800 837,157,400 6,930,400 27.
MEHEDINŢI 453,624,600 449,733,900 3,890,700 28.
MUREŞ 907,597,000 900,971,100 6,625,900 29.
NEAMŢ 914,991,100 907,977,000 7,014,100 30.
OLT 672,285,400 666,509,600 5,775,800 31.
PRAHOVA 1,087,708,400 1,078,647,900 9,060,500 32.
SATU MARE 592,828,100 588,146,500 4,681,600 33.
VEDRAN 441,422,700 438,270,200 3,152,500 34.
SIBIU 648,136,800 642,890,500 5,246,300 35.
SUCEAVA 1,031,087,100 1,022,287,900 8,799,200 36.
TELEORMAN 561,294,100 556,740,700 4,553,400 37.
TIMIS 906,054,500 898,287,200 7,767,300 38.
TULCEA 368,936,800 365,935,400 3,001,400 39.
VASLUI 693,099,600 688,096,200 5,003,400 40.
VALCEA 650,249,500 644,250,700 5,998,800 41.
CLIFFORD 544,348,900 539,871,800 4,477,100 42.
BUCHAREST 2,288,016,340 2,267,780,740 20,235,600 Annex 9 the MAXIMUM NUMBER of POSTS funded for the State preuniversity education and neclerical staff engaged in religious establishments, 2003 No. crt.
County Total number of posts in pre-university education from which, for the Total number of posts: for neclerical staff engaged in special education units of worship financed from its own budget to the County Council of pre-university education financed from the budgets of local councils 1.01.-31.08.2003.-31.12.2003 1.09 1.01.-31.12.2003 1.09 1.01.-31.08.2003.-31.12.2003 TOTAL 336,688 343,688 13,976 322,712 329,712 17,501 1.
ALBA 6,451 6,597 200 6,251 6,397 725 2.
ARAD 6,854 7,012 409 6,445 6,603 381 3.
ARGES 10,619 10,871 245 10,374 10,626 538 4.
BACĂU 11,076 11,328 237 10,839 11,091 439 5.
BIHOR 10,440 10,716 715 9,725 10,001 833 6.
Bistriţa-NĂSĂUD 5,742 5,742 472 5,270 5,270 266 7.
BOTOSANI 7,439 7,596 281 7,158 7,315 253 8.
BRAŞOV 9,386 9,608 444 8,942 9,164 428 9.
BRĂILA 5,513 5,645 211 5,302 5,434 185 10.
BUZĂU 7,506 7,672 322 7,184 7,350 247 11.
Caraş-SEVERIN 5,410 5,535 415 4,995 5,120 519 12.
CALARASI 4,367 4,459 18 4,349 4,441 111 13.
CLUJ 11,695 11,818 846 10,849 10,972 761 14.
CONSTANCE 10,157 10,412 238 9,919 10,174 260 15.
COVASNA 4,471 4,587 105 4,366 4,482 109 16.
DÂMBOVIŢA 7,809 7,926 133 7,676 7,793 380 17.
DOLJ 10,593 10,856 432 10,161 10,424 394 18.
GALATI 8,839 9,071 337 8,502 8,734 453 19.
GALLANT 3,203 3,264 23 3,180 3,241 91 20.
GORJ 6,185 6,345 113 6,072 6,232 302 21.
HARGHITA 6,603 6,790 115 6,488 6,675 237 22.
HUNEDOARA 7,406 7,603 252 7,154 7,351 300 23.
IALOMIŢA 3,886 3,886 87 3,799 3,799 148 24.
IASI 13,380 13,672 641 12,739 13,031 674 25.
ILFOV 3,255 3,332 159 3,096 3,173 199 26.
MARAMURES 8,770 8,965 362 8,408 8,603 687 27.
MEHEDINŢI 4,833 4,954 89 4,744 4,865 256 28.
MURES 10,174 10,427 225 9,949 10,202 670 29.
NEAMŢ 8,663 8,663 465 8,198 8,198 908 30.
OLT 7,310 7,493 175 7,135 7,318 318 31.
PRAHOVA 10,756 11,017 270 10,486 10,747 232 32.
SATU MARE 6,845 7,014 234 6,611 6,780 399 33.
SĂLAJ 4,822 4,928 131 4,691 4,797 469 34.
SIBIU 7,499 7,659 420 7,079 7,239 520 35.
SUCEAVA 11,878 11,921 725 11,153 11,196 597 36.
TELEORMAN 5,635 5,766 83 5,552 5,683 303 37.
TIMIS 11,029 11,230 851 10,178 10,379 664 38.
TULCEA 4,282 4,379 125 4,157 4,254 251 39.
VASLUI 7,466 7,643 280 7,186 7,363 307 40.
VÂLCEA 6,432 6,597 135 6,297 6,462 496 41.
VRANCEA 5,736 5,856 156 5,580 5,700 234 42.
BUCHAREST 26,273 26,833 1,800 24,473 25,033 957 annex 10 CATEGORIES of INCOME and expenditure in local budgets shall be provided for the year 2003 No. crt.
The name of the income and expenditure income and expenditure chapter I which are provided for in the counties ' own budgets. income ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ (taxes, fees and other income) 1.
Tax on the profit from the autonomous administrations and companies under the authority of County Councils 2.
Other direct taxes: a) on the transport Fee held by legal persons 3.
Other indirect taxes: the tax rates) for issuing licenses and permits for operation 4.
Payments from net profit of autonomous public corporations under the authority of County Councils, 5.
Payments from public institutions: a) income from the equivalent value of the work to combat pests and plant diseases in the public services sector for plant protection b) other income from public institutions 6.
Miscellaneous income: Income from the recovery of) the costs, damages and imputaţii b) revenues from fines and other penalties imposed, in accordance with the legal provisions of c) Refunds from the local budget funding previous years d) tax on income from property lease companies or national companies in which the State is a major shareholder, as well as autonomous public corporations) income from concessions e and f) Receipts from the sale of seized property law g) Receipts from other sources 7.
Revenue from the sale of property of the State: the income capitalization) of property of public institutions b) income from privatisation 8.
Special income: a Special Tax) Revenue from the sale of b) such property belonging to the private domain c) income from the intervention fund d) income from Fund for income from housing e) depreciation of fixed assets f) donations and sponsorships) amounts granted to natural and legal persons for participation in the financing of actions of public interest) Income to finance the road programme communal Pavings and water supply to the villages i) revenue for the financing of actions aimed at reducing the risk existing seismic constructions with housing destination j) income from the rental, sale and lease of goods contained in the administration of public hospitals 9.
Odds and amounts broken down from the income tax: a) Quotas broken down from income tax b) Amounts broken down from the income tax to balance local budgets allocated Amounts of c) County Council share split from income taxes to balance the budget and local budgets own 10.
Amounts broken down from the value added tax for local 11.
Subsidies received from the State budget: a) Subsidies received by local budgets for upgrading boilers and electrical heating b) Grants received from local budgets for investments part-financed from external loans c) Grants received from local budgets for the development of the energy system d) Subsidies received by local budgets for municipal and county roads, streets that will furnish the building blocks intended to designate new housing in rural and urban areas e) received Grants for local budgets financing development and/or updating the General urban plans and local zoning regulations f) Subsidies received by local budgets for local airports.

Grants received from other budgets: a) the Grants received from the unemployment insurance fund to finance programmes for the temporary employment of labor force b) Grants received from other local budgets to support the system of protection of children's rights b. Expenditure ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ 1.
Executive authority 2.
Education: the primary and secondary Education) *) b) special education _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ *) For primary education, in accordance with Government Emergency Ordinance nr. 96/2002 concerning the provision of dairy and bakery for pupils in classes I-IV of public education.

 

3. Health (expenses under the provisions of law No 146/1999 on the Organization, operation and financing of hospitals, as amended by order No. 68/2001 and of the Ordinance No. 70/2002 concerning the management of public health units within the County and local level): a) other institutions and health actions 4.
Culture, religion and action sports and youth: a public County Libraries) b) c) theatres, Museums and institutions professional performances and concerts d) popular Schools of art conservation Centre e) and recovery of tradition and folk) religious g h) sport activity) other institutions and actions concerning culture, religion and sports and youth 5.
Social assistance, pensions, allowances, and other allowances: a) supporting system of protection of the rights of the child b) specialized public Service for child protection c) Assistant personal Rights for children and adults with serious disabilities d) other actions regarding social assistance, pensions, allowances, and benefits 6.
Public services and development and housing: a) the water supply, waste water treatment plants for wastewater, collectors, pumping stations, Network b) and heating points c) Sewage d) Hydro Facilities of local interest, in building e) other actions concerning public services, development and housing 7.
Agriculture and forestry: to Combat pests and diseases) in public sector services-plant protection b) County and local Centres Advisory 8.
Transport and communications: a) civil aviation b) roads and bridges c) other expenses in transport and communications 9.
Other actions: a) preventing and combating floods and gheţuri b) supporting regional development programmes 10.
Other actions: the military Centers) b) c) civil protection other expenses 11.
Fund to guarantee foreign loans, interest and commissions: the Fund for guaranteeing loans), interest and commissions incurred/State-backed Fund to ensure b) external loans, interest and commissions incurred/guaranteed by local public administration authorities.
Public debt interest and other related expenses) incurred in connection with: (a) local public debt Interest internal b) interest incurred in external public debt, local c) expenses caused by the issue and placement of securities law course d) Differences related to external public debt of local 13.
Interest payment: interest rates of burden of loans) from Treasury Fund b) Interest payable by the Treasury under the State recovery plan c) interest and commissions on loans contracted 14 foreign State.
Refund loans: Repayment of loans) from Treasury Fund b) Repaying loans from State Treasury c) repayment of investment loans for the repayment of foreign loans d) for investments of foreign loans Repayment e) contracted by State 15.
Reserve Fund budget: a budget reserve fund) at the disposal of the county councils 16.
Special expenses: the public funded Services) special taxes b) intervention Fund Expenditures c) from the Fund for expenditure in housing d) depreciation of fixed assets e) expenditure from donations and sponsorships) Expenditure from amounts awarded by legal persons and individuals to participate in the financing of actions of public interest) expenses for financing the programme for road Pavings and communal water supply to villages) for the financing of actions aimed at reducing seismic risk of existing constructions intended for housing expenses for acquiring them) of medical equipment for public hospitals) investment Expenses from income from the sale of property belonging to the private domain, CHAPTER II income and expenses which are provided for in budgets of communes, towns, municipalities, the sectors of Bucharest and of the General Council of Bucharest a. Income ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ (taxes, fees and other income) 1.
Tax on the profit from the autonomous administrations and companies under the authority of local councils 2.
Taxes and fees from the public: a) income tax from individuals building b) charges on the vehicles owned by individuals (c)) tax on land to individuals d) other taxes and duties from the population 3.
The fee for the use of State-run land 4.
Tax on land and buildings of the legal person: a) tax on buildings from the legal person b) tax on land from legal entities 5.
Other direct taxes: a) on the transport Fee-owned legal person b) the tax on agricultural land c) other revenue from direct taxes 6.
Tax on performances 7.
Other indirect taxes: the tax rates) for issuance of licenses and authorizations for the operation b) judicial stamp Duties c) stamp duty for notarial activity d) extrajudicial Fees stamp s) other revenue from indirect taxes 8.
Payments from net profit of autonomous public corporations under the authority of local councils 9.
Payments from public institutions: a) other income relating to movement on the public highway b) income from the equivalent value of the work to combat pests and plant diseases in the public services sector-plant protection *) c) Revenues points of artificial planting d) Revenue divisions veterinary e) monthly Contribution of parents or legal supporters for the maintenance of children in nurseries) Payments from availability of public institutions and activities autofinanţate g) contributions payable by the persons benefiting from the services of social assistance canteens h) charges land and agriculture activities i) other income from public institutions _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ *) For the budget of the municipality of Bucharest.

 

10. Miscellaneous income: Income from the recovery of) the costs, damages and imputaţii b) revenues from fines and other penalties imposed, in accordance with the legal provisions of c) Refunds from the local budget funding previous years d) tax on income from property lease companies or national companies in which the State is a major shareholder, as well as autonomous public corporations) income from concessions e and f)

Penalties for failure or late submission of the statement of charges and taxes) from the sale of confiscated goods Receipts, according to the law) income from the administration or the former goods valuing agricultural cooperatives of production i) Receipts from other sources 11.
Revenue from the sale of property of the State: the income capitalization) of property of public institutions b) revenue from the sale of homes built from State funds from privatization Revenues c) 12.
Special income: a Special Tax) Revenue from the sale of b) such property belonging to the private domain c) income from the intervention fund d) income from Fund for income from housing e) depreciation of fixed assets f) donations and sponsorships) amounts granted to natural and legal persons for participation in the financing of actions of public interest) Income to finance the road programme communal Pavings and water supply to the villages i) revenue for the financing of actions aimed at reducing the risk existing seismic constructions with housing destination j) income from the rental, sale and lease of goods contained in the administration of public hospitals.
Odds and amounts broken down from the income tax: a) Quotas broken down from income tax b) Amounts broken down from the income tax to balance the budgets of local c) Amounts broken down from the income tax to subsidize the heat supplied to the population d) appropriations by the Council of the County of split from income taxes to balance the budget and local budgets own 14.
Amounts broken down from the value added tax for local budgets 15.
Subsidies received from the State budget: a) Subsidies received by local budgets for upgrading boilers and electrical heating b) Grants received from local budgets for investments part-financed from external loans c) Grants received from local budgets for the development of the energy system d) Subsidies received by local budgets for municipal and county roads, streets that will furnish the building blocks intended to designate new housing in rural and urban areas e) received Grants for local budgets financing development and/or updating the General urban plans and local zoning regulations 16.
Grants received from other budgets: a) the Grants received from the unemployment insurance fund to finance programmes for the temporary employment of labor force b) Grants received from other local budgets to support the system of protection of the rights of the child *) _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ *) for the budgets of the sectors of Bucharest.

 

B. Expenditure ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ 1.
Executive authority 2.
Education: a) pre-primary b) primary education and secondary education c) post-primary d) professional education post-secondary Education e) f) special education *) g) boarding schools, dormitories and canteens for students (housing allowances from the local budgets in addition to revenues) _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ *) for the budgets of the sectors of Bucharest.

 

3. Health expenditure (creşelor, those for honorary blood donors ' rights what are granted according to the law No. 4/1995 on blood donation, the therapeutic use of human blood transfusion organization in Romania, other expenses that may incur according to the social security Health Law No. 145/1997, as amended, law No 146/1999 on the Organization, operation and financing of hospitals , as amended by order No. 68/2001 and of the Government Ordinance. 70/2002 concerning the management of public health units within the County and local level): a) Nurseries b) other institutions and health actions 4.
Culture, religion and action sports and youth: a) public libraries, municipal municipal municipal, b) c) Theatres Museums and institutions professional performances and concerts d) popular Schools of art e culture Houses) f) Manholes religious cultural g) h) sport activity i) Youth Activity) other institutions and actions concerning culture, religion and sports and youth 5.
Social assistance, pensions, allowances, and other allowances: a) day-care centers and assistance Centers pilot b) recovery and rehabilitation for minors with disabilities c) recovery and Rehabilitation Centres for minors with disabilities d) centres for integration through occupational therapy e) recovery and Rehabilitation Centres neuropsychiatric f) social aid Canteens g) social welfare h) supporting the system of protection of the rights of the child (i)) public service for child protection) * j) residences for the elderly) personal assistant to Rights children and adults with serious disabilities) other actions regarding social assistance, pensions, allowances, and allowances _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ *) For the budget of the municipality of Bucharest.

 

6. Public Services and development and housing: a) the maintenance and repair of Lighting streets b) c) Sanitation d) Maintenance of public gardens, parks, green areas, sports and leisure e Housing f)) water supply, waste water treatment plants for wastewater, collectors, pumping stations), and central heating points h) Sewers i) Hydro Facilities of local interest, in building j) Introduction of natural gas in Rural Electrification) settlements it) other actions concerning services public housing development 7.
Agriculture and forestry: to Combat pests and diseases) in public sector services-plant protection *) b) c Sowers artificial points) health Districts (epizootics) d) centers and local advisory _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ *) For the budget of the municipality of Bucharest.

 

8. Transport and communications: a) roads and bridges b) public transportation c) other expenses in transport and communications 9.
Other actions: a) preventing and combating floods and gheţuri b) supporting regional development programs c) other expenses for economic actions 10.
Other actions: a) military Centers b) civil protection c) Romanian Social Development Fund d) other expenses 11.
Fund to guarantee foreign loans, interest and commissions: the Fund for guaranteeing loans), interest and commissions incurred/State-backed Fund to ensure b) external loans, interest and commissions incurred/guaranteed by local public administration authorities.
Transfers to other budgets: a) transfers from local budgets to the budget of the Fund for health insurance b) transfers from local budgets to support the child protection system.
Public debt interest and other related expenses) incurred in connection with: (a) local public debt Interest internal b) interest incurred in external public debt, local c) expenses caused by the issue and placement of securities law course d) Differences related to external public debt, local


 

14. interest Payments: the Interest burden of loans) from Treasury Fund b) Interest payable by the Treasury under the State recovery plan c) interest and commissions on loans contracted by foreign State 15.
Refund loans: Repayment of loans) from Treasury Fund b) Repaying loans from State Treasury c) repayment of investment loans for the repayment of foreign loans d) for Repayment of loans investment s) contracted by foreign State 16.
Reserve Fund budget: a budget reserve fund) available to local councils.
Special expenses: the public funded Services) special taxes b) intervention Fund Expenditures c) from the Fund for expenditure in housing d) depreciation of fixed assets e) expenditure from donations and sponsorships) Expenditure from amounts awarded by legal persons and individuals to participate in the financing of actions of public interest) expenses for financing the programme for road Pavings and communal water supply to villages) for the financing of actions aimed at reducing seismic risk of existing constructions intended for housing expenses, ...) purchase of medical equipment for public hospitals) investment Expenses from income from the sale of property belonging to the private domain note: interest and late penalties for unpaid income shall be recorded in the appropriate chapter and subchapter tax or fee to which it refers.
Apportionment of costs on the budget components is done according to the subordination of the units, and the locality in which the institution has its seat in the case of establishments taken partially or wholly funded from local budgets.


Annex 11 NATIONAL HOUSE of HEALTH INSURANCE Fund budget of health insurance in 2003 annex 11/01 annex 4. 11/01-MDL-Capi-tol-tol heads Under-Title/Ar-ticol-neat indicator Program Name 2003 A B C TOTAL REVENUE 56,741,889,606 0002-0001 16 i. a. CURRENT INCOME TAX REVENUE 56,069,425,483 0003 54,820,025,483 0004. DIRECT TAXES 54,820,025,483 1216 CONTRIBUTIONS to FUND HEALTH INSURANCE 54,820,025,483 01 contributions from legal or natural persons, who employ salaried staff 27,391,415,875 02 26,937,924,352 03 Contribution voluntary insured persons ' contributions to social security contributions for Health 21,450,000 04 health insurance due to unemployment of persons 469,235,256 1900 16 b. NON-REVENUE INCOME 1,249,400,000 30 1,249,400,000 2216 VARIOUS Receipts from other sources 1,249,400,000 3400 16 v. AMOUNTS RECEIVED FROM OTHER BUDGETS 672,464,123 3 516 SUMS FROM the STATE BUDGET to INSURED PERSONS by OPERATION of LAW 508,764,123 01 persons conscripts within 294,608,400 02 persons a sentence involving deprivation of liberty or preventive detention AMOUNTS to the BUDGET 214,155,723 3616 STATE SOCIAL INSURANCE and UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE BUDGET 163,700,000 01 People that are in the sick leave or medical leave to care for a sick child aged up to 7 years TOTAL EXPENDITURE 163,700,000 5016-56,341,889,606 01

 

CURRENT EXPENDITURE PERSONNEL EXPENDITURE 55,886,546,259 02 702,573,853 20 55,183,972,406 70 MATERIALS and SERVICES EXPENSES CAPITAL EXPENDITURE 455,343,347 5700 16 Part III-EXPENSES of SOCIAL-cultural MEDICAL SERVICES and MEDICINES 54,722,456,169 6216 54,722,456,169 01 CURRENT EXPENDITURES 54,722,456,169 20 54,722,456,169 25 SERVICES and MATERIALS EXPENSES materials and services with functional character 54,722,456,169 7100 16 Part VI-OTHER CURRENT EXPENDITURE 1,619,433,437 01 1,164,090,090 02 ACTION PERSONNEL EXPENDITURE 7 MATERIALS and SERVICES EXPENSES 02,573,853 20 461,516,237 70 CAPITAL EXPENDITURES 455,343,347 7316 ADMINISTRATION EXPENSES of the FUND 1,619,433,437 01 1,164,090,090 02 EXPENDITURE CURRENT EXPENDITURE STAFF expenditure on salaries 702,573,853 10 504,453,028 11 Contributions to State social insurance contributions for 126,113,257 12 unemployment insurance contributions for social insurance 17,655,856 13 health 35,311,712 14 Shifts, postings, transfers, 19,040,000 01-on the go , postings, transfers, movements in the country, 15,470,000 02-postings, transfers abroad and MATERIAL EXPENDITURES 3,570,000 20 461,516,237 24 SERVICES Expenses for maintenance and household 150,000,000 25 materials and services with functional 110,000,000 26 character inventory items of little value or short duration and current Repairs 70,000,000 27 equipment overhauls 55,000,000 28 46,000,000 29 books and publications expenses 6,000,000 30 24,516,237 70 CAPITAL EXPENDITURES 455,343,347 72 Investment of public institutions
455,343,347 7316 01 Central Public Administration decentralized Services 323,886,687 25 1,295,546,750 9500 16 Part XV-RESERVE FUNDS RESERVE FUNDS RESERVE 400,000,000 9516 60 400,000,000 400,000,000 9516 06 Reserve Fund of the national health insurance HOUSE 400,000,000 NATIONAL HEALTH INSURANCE EXPENSES with SALARIES 2003 (amounts allocated in the budget of the national social security fund) Annex 11/02 annex. 11/02-MDL Code indicator Program Name-2003 TOTAL EXPENDITURE-5016 related Fund basic wages and salaries of merit 08001 297,695,244 08002 10,443,416 Allowance raise 08003 33,540,040 driving old 08004 69,370,964 Other bonuses 08006 169,500 overtime 08007 3,125,000 08008 35,306,799 Prize Fund for civil Indemnities paid 08012 4,788,171 Convention of persons from outside the establishment rights 08013 13,303,296 wage wages Expense 08014 36,710,598 08015 504,453,028 FUND MANAGEMENT EXPENSES of the related Fund 7316 basic wages and salaries of merit 08001 297,695,244 08002 10,443,416 driving 08003 33,540,040 Allowance


 

Raise old 08004 69,370,964 Other bonuses 08006 169,500 overtime 08007 3,125,000 08008 35,306,799 Prize Fund for civil Indemnities paid 08012 4,788,171 Convention of persons from outside the establishment rights 08013 13,303,296 wage wages Expense 08014 36,710,598 08015 504,453,028 annex 11/03 NATIONAL HOUSE of HEALTH INSURANCE the MAXIMUM NUMBER of POSTS and the RELATED FUND BASIC WAGES for the YEARS 2002-2003 (Amounts allocated by the Fund for health insurance) annex. 11/03-MDL-maximum number of POSTS in 2002 average BASE Salary in December 2002 to reduce the number of posts in 2003 increasing the number of posts in the year 2003 the number of posts in 2003 vs. 2002 Differences 2003 RELATED Fund basic salaries on 2003 1 2 3 4 5 6 = 2-4 + 5 = 6-2 7-8 = 3 x 6 x 12 months TOTAL : 4,413 139 139 4,413 297,695,244 of which: 7316 administration charges the Fund for health insurance from 4,413 139 139 4,413 297,695,244:2. assimilated Persons occupying public dignity functions 3 3-3 Leader institution (Chairman) 1 26,669 1-1 Deputy ruler of the institution (Deputy Chairman) 2 23,336 2-2

 


 

4. Civil servants of Adviser-3,870 127 112 3,855 15 270,634,572/I/1-14 112,927,500 1,209 7,875 17 3 1,195 Adviser A/I/2, 165 6,888 2 2 165 13,638,240 Adviser A/I/3 174 6,239 2 1 173 1 12,952,164-Expert/II/1 63 5,593 4 59-4 3,959,844 Expert/Expert/2 28 5,026 2 6 32 4 1,929,984 A/III/1 5,026 1 1 1 60,312 Expert/III/3 5 5,026 9 14 9
Expert/844,368-/12 2,057 12-12 New specialty of Inspector/II/1 specialist Inspector of 191 5,593 1 4 194 3 13,020,504//2 82 5,026 2 84 2 5,066,208 specialist Inspector A/II/3 to 6 5,026 1 7 1 422,184 specialist Inspector/III/1 specialist Inspector 3 5,026 3 180,936 A/III/Inspector specialist 10 5,026 1 11 1 663,432 2 A/III/3 41 5,026 44 85 44 5,126,520 Inspector specialty/-/42 24,684 43 2,057 43 1 1 Debutante-legal adviser A/I/1 67 7,875 2 65-2 6,142,500 legal adviser A/I/2 9 6,888 9 743,904 legal adviser A/I/3, nathing to 15 6,239 2 17 2 1,272,756/II/1 43 5,593 43 2,885,988 legal adviser A/II/2 18 5,026 18 1,085,616 legal adviser A/II/3, nathing 1 5,026 1 60,312 A/III/1 1 5,026 1 60,312 legal counsel A/III/3, nathing 6 5,026 15 21 15 1,266,552 A/-/Auditor 14 2,303 14-14 New A/I/1 218 7,875 3 215-3 20,317,500 Auditor/I/2 of Auditor 38 6,888 38 3,140,928/I/3, II/36 6,239 36 2,695,248 Auditor/Auditor/10 5,593 1 11 1 738,276 1/2/3 5,026 3 180,936 Auditor II/3 5,026 1 1 1 60,312 Auditor/Auditor III/1 A/1 5,026 1 60,312 III/3 specialist reviewer for 5,026 1 1 1 60,312 B/I/1 10 6,888 10 826,560 specialist reviewer for B/I/2 3 5,593 3 201,348 Reviewer specialist B/I/3 specialist reviewer for 10 5,026 10 603,120 B/II/1 8 4,540 8 435,840 specialist reviewer for B/II/3 1 4,540 1 54,480 Reviewer specialist B/III/3 1 4,540 1 54,480 Reviewer C/I/1 722 4,010 3 719-3 34,598,280 C/I/Reviewer 2 176 3,487 2 174-2 7,280,856 C/I/reviewer for 3 157 3,242 2 155-2 6,030,120 Reviewer C/II/1-146 2,839 2 1 145 1 4,939,860 C/Reviewer/2 74 2,595 74 2,304,360 Reviewer C/II/3 4 2,595 4 124,560 Reviewer C/III/1 2 2,595 2 62,280 Reviewer C/III/2 1 2,595 1 31,140 Reviewer C/III/3-26 2,595 16 42 16 1,307,880 C/Reviewer/Debutant 16 2,057 16-16 general manager 1
15.897

 


 

1

 

190.764

 

5. Staff with contract work): Personal Advisor, expert, inspector, auditor; of expert Advisor, 188 56 8 7,875 20 9 200 65 12 9 13,346,040 6,142,500, inspector specialist, registered auditor; grade 5 6,888 1 2 6 1 495,936 Advisor, expert, inspector, auditor; degree 3 6,239 3 187,170 Reviewer, inspector specialist, registered auditor; grade III 6 5,593 6 369,138 Reviewer, inspector specialist, registered auditor; Grade IV 3 5,026 2 5 2 301,560 Reviewer, surveyor, registered auditor; debutante 2 2,228 2-2 Technician-economist, Secretary, interpreter, performer, programmer; the degree TAKES 11 6,888 11 909,216 Technician-economist, Secretary, interpreter, performer, programmer; grade 7 5,593 7 469,812 Technician-economist, Secretary, interpreter, performer, programmer; degree 2 5,026 1 3 1 180,936 Reviewer Reviewer TAKES 7 3,487 7 292,908 69 4,010 3 72 3 3,464,640 I II III 4 3,242 4 155,616 Reviewer Reviewer Reviewer Reviewer 1 2,839 1 34,068 debutante 3 2,228 3 10 2,595 2 3 11 1 342,540 IV-3 5. Personal employment contract b) occupying common functions: 352 1 4 355 3 12,650,076 Secretary-typist, a typist; I 31 2,877 1 30-1 1,035,720 typist, Secretary-typist; II 1 2,626 1 31,512 Secretary, Secretary-typist; I 7 2,769 7 232,596 Secretary, Secretary-typist; II 2 2,522 2 60,528 I 1 3,514 1 42,168 marketing Cashier Administrator; I 35 3,087 1 36 1 1,333,584 Cashier storekeeper; II 5 2,769 5 166,140 Official Archivist; I 11 3,019 1 12 1 434,736 Official Archivist; 3 2,769 3 99,684 II Official Archivist; III 2 2,522 2 60,528 Goalkeeper, watchman, caretaker, firefighter, guard, bufetier, beadwork supplies, courier; I 85 2,379 85 2,426,580 keeper, caretaker, watchman, guard, firefighter, bufetier, beadwork supplies, courier; II 5 2,228 1 6 1 160,416 Drive drive I TAKE 7 3,975 7 333,900 88

3,479 1 89 1 3,715,572 Driver II 24 3,335 24 960,480 skilled worker skilled worker 13 3,335 13 520,260 I II III 5 2,947 5 176,820 9 3,162 9 341,496 skilled worker skilled worker skilled worker 3 2,769 3 99,684 IV V VI 1 2,557 1 30,684 skilled worker unskilled 7 2,379 7 199,836 7 2,228 7 187,152 1. People who occupy positions of public dignitaries, specific national health insurance 3 3 3 1,064,556 President (comparable to Minister) 32,259 1 1 1 387,108 Vice President (equated with State Secretary) 28,227 2 2 2 677,448 — — — — — — —

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