The Budget System Of The Russian Federation At The First Quarter Of The Year 1992

Original Language Title: О бюджетной системе Российской Федерации на I квартал 1992 года

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A for the Russian Federation On the budget system of the Russian Federation for the first quarter of 1992 (In the wording of Federal Law dated 30.12.2001 N196-FZ) (In the wording of the laws of the Russian Federation, N 2662-I; 17.07.92 g N 3331-I; 18.12.92 g. N 4129-I) In compliance with the RSFSR Law on the Basis of Budget and Budget Process in the RSFSR " The Council of the Russian Federation, e v. e: Article 1. To take note of the draft budget system of the Russian Federation submitted by the Government of the Russian Federation for the first quarter of 1992. Article 2. Allow the Government of the Russian Federation to spend the funds in the first quarter of 1992 in the amount of $420.5 billion. The budget deficit will amount to 2.36 trillion rubles ($33.2 bln), or 3% of GDP. -Ruble. Article 3. To establish that the revenues of the republican budget of the Russian Federation for the first quarter of 1992 are formed at the expense of: -value-added tax; -excise duties on drinking alcohol, vodka and liquor Automobiles (except cars sold for personal use); -other federal taxes imposed by the Russian Federation Law The fundamentals of the tax system in the Russian Federation "; Revenue from export duties. Article 4. In the Russian Federation budget for the first quarter of 1992, the income of the main sources is set out in the following amounts: (millions of United States of America). { \cs6\f1\cf6\lang1024 } Total { \cs6\f1\cf6\lang1024 } { \cs6\f1\cf6\lang1024 } Tax { \cs6\f1\cf6\lang1024 } { \cs6\f1\cf6\lang1024 } Tax { \cs6\f1\cf6\lang1024 } { \cs6\f1\cf6\lang1024 } { \cs6\f1\cf6\lang1024 } { \cs6\f1\cf6\lang1024 } { \cs6\f1\cf6\lang1024 Proceeds from the privatization of objects State and municipal property 3.000 Other taxes, fees, taxes, and other revenue 12.409 Article 5. Allow the Government of the Russian Federation in the first quarter of 1992 to transfer to the budgets of national-state and administrative-territorial entities: -part of the income from the value-added tax; -50 % of the excise duties on drinking alcohol, vodka and liquor; -the rest of the federal excises (excluding excise duties on passenger cars). Article 6. In the first quarter of 1992, the republican budget of the Russian Federation paid a tax on profits of enterprises, associations and organizations at a rate of 17 per cent. Article 7. Circulate for 1992 the calculation of the calculation of the income tax on enterprises and organizations and the income tax from the enterprises for the principal activities of the railways; and Communications, the main activities of the Ministry of Transport of the Russian Federation. Article 8. In the first quarter of 1992, allocation from the republican budget of the Russian Federation for the following purposes: Financing of the national economy 20.967 of them: -subsidies for products sold on government regulated prices 11.507 Financing of the converted enterprises 10.000 Financing Social and cultural activities 23.662 of them: -education 16,471 -culture and art 600 -media 2.488 -Health and physical culture 3.063 , including: -Ministry of Health Russian Federation 1.757 -Russian Federation 427 -Social Security 228 -payment of state benefits and compensation 702 Financing 9.979 Financing of scientific and technical programmes 9.979 Financing of expenditures related to foreign economic activities 219.652 including: { \field { \field } { \field { \field { \field { \field { \field { \field } } , including: 20.589 -armament, military equipment and 6.560 -payment for scientific and technical products 5.296 -capital construction 5.048 -Military personnel's pensions 2.960 -the costs of Minatonomenergoprom 1.947 -maintenance of military construction units 327 -Participation of the Russian Federation in the general military expenditures of the States- Members of the Commonwealth of Independent States 8.000 Implementation of the international treaties on the elimination, reduction and limitation of armaments 374 Contents of law enforcement agencies (except courts): 11.439 State authority and administration, vessels 4.498 Reimbursement of Pension Fund expenses OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, nuclear power plant, -Emissions in the Chelyabinsk region and the long-term effects of nuclear testing at the Semipalatinsk test site on the population of some Russian regions 5.095 State capital investment 27.874 , including the development of PKI 9.135 of them for the development of industry Children's nutrition 503 Financing of Geological Exploration and Exploration 5.425 Education of Financial Reserves to adjust protected objects of national budget expenses THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION 953. The Programme for the Development of the Economy and Culture of the Small Indigenous Peoples of the North. Budget system of the Russian Federation for the financing of social protection activities in the amount of 20.8 billion tenge. Payments to Tatarstan's budget in the amount of 217.8 billion rubles, according to the report. -Ruble. To establish in the first quarter of 1992 the formation of social support funds for the income from revaluation of goods and goods in relation to price liberalization, as well as 10 per cent of the proceeds from the privatization of state property, to budgets at all levels. (The article is distributed before the end of 1992 with regard to the formation of social support funds-Law of the Russian Federation dated 04.04.92. N 2662-I) Article 10. In the first quarter of 1992, $1.6 billion was allocated from the republican budget of the Russian Federation to the Russian Farmers Foundation. The ruble is to settle the newly formed peasant (farm) holdings. Article 11. Of the total amount of appropriations from the republican budget of the Russian Federation for the maintenance of organs of state power and administration, the courts approve the following expenditures: (Million) The Supreme Soviet of the Russian Federation, the Supreme Soviet of the Russian Federation, the Supreme Council of the Russian Federation, the Supreme Arbitration Court of the Russian Federation, the Supreme Arbitration Court of the Russian Federation and the Court of Arbitration of the Russian Federation. OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION and land resources of the Government of the Russian Federation Federation and its territorial bodies 103.732 -State Committee of the Russian Federation on antimonopoly policy and support new economic structures and its 9.888-Missions, consulates, agencies and other diplomatic missions of the Russian Federation abroad 348,000 Article 12. In order to further expand the rights and duties of the State authorities of national-State and administrative-territorial entities, to allocate funds from the budgets of the relevant national and State institutions, administrative-territorial entities: -for urban and suburban-urban road transport (except taxis); -for subsidies for food products sold in the public sector regulated prices. This provision does not apply to special users; to the territorial bodies of the Ministry of Ecology and Natural Resources of the Russian Federation, the State Committee of the Russian Federation for Socio-economic Development of the North, State Inspection on Quality of Goods and Trade of the Ministry of Trade and Material Resources of the Russian Federation; -construction and maintenance of the subway; (financing of construction Underground operations in the second half of 1992 from OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION N 3331-I) -other mutually agreed costs. Article 13. Subvention from the republican budget of the Russian Federation for the first quarter of 1992 in the amount of 953,254,000 was allocated. The republican budget of the republics in the Russian Federation and the budgets of the autonomous entities to finance the social support costs of the population unfunded by its own financial resources: (millions of dollars). Northern District: Nenets Autonomous Okronsky District 43.017 Volga region: Kalmyc SSR 40.169 North-Caucasian region: Dagestan SSR 420.531 Chechen-Ingush Republic 16.882 Ural region: Komi-Permyakov Autonomous Region 10.863 West Siberian District: Gorno-Altai Soviet Socialist Republic 27.494 East Siberian District: Taimyr (Dolgano-Nenets) Autonomous Region 25.550 Osti-Ordynski District of Buryat Buryatsky autonomous district 53.325 Aginsky Buryatskiy Autonomous Okrug 226,522 Republic of Tuv 201,192 Far Eastern District: Koryak autonomous oocr(Paragraph third is no more effective-Federal Law of 30.12.2001 In the Russian Federation, the local Councils of People's Deputies, in coordination with the Councils of Ministers of the Russian Federation, the executive branch of the State and the Administrative-territorial entities: -Set the amount of parents ' fees for keeping children in pre-school institutions and educational institutions; Traffic. Article 15. In connection with the adoption of the new tax legislation of the Russian Federation, it is established that all taxes are subject to the law only. Article 16. Allow the Government of the Russian Federation, pending the adoption of the Subsoil Law of the Russian Federation, to establish rates of payment for the rights of prospecting, exploration, mining and (or) for the right to use non-oil subsoil. mineral resources. Set that the distribution of these types of payments between the republican budget of the Russian Federation and the budgets of national-state, administrative and territorial entities is made in size 65 and 35, respectively. interest, except for deposits of precious metals and stones. Article 17. Allow the Central Bank of Russia to issue: a loan to the Armed Forces in the amount of 1.248.9 million. Payments to customers for the work done in 1991 and for the capital construction and major repairs carried out in 1991; , to the Government of the Russian Federation for financing in 1992 converted enterprises with interest charged for credit on the republican budget of the Russian Federation.(Percentages for target loans granted to converted enterprises, from 1 January 1993) Enterprises using these loans-Act The Russian Federation N 4129-I) Article 18. Release the Armed Forces in 1992 from paying the land they occupy in the interests of defence. To charge the Committee on Land Reform and Land Resources under the Government of the Russian Federation in conjunction with the General Command of the Armed Forces and the executive bodies of local Councils of People's Deputies in the first half of 1992. Inventory of land used for defence and take measures to transfer unused and surplus land to local authorities. Article 19. The Central Bank of Russia used in 1992 the system of accounting for the republican budget of the Russian Federation, the budgets of national-State and administrative-territorial entities in force in 1991. Article 20. OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION under article 25 of the RSFSR Act on the State Budget System of the RSFSR in 1991. Article 21. The Government of the Russian Federation should provide in the republican budget of the Russian Federation for 1992 funds for the payment of the costs of servicing the State debt of the Russian Federation, including part of the domestic public debt of the former The USSR, which falls on the share of the Russian Federation, in the amounts agreed with the Central Bank of Russia. Article 22. To allow the Central Bank of Russia to provide a loan to the Ministry of Economy and Finance of the Russian Federation in the first quarter of 1992 to cover cash gaps of the republican budget of the Russian Federation in the amount of up to 15 billion rubles. The debt was repaid by 15 June 1992 at the expense of the issuance of bonds of the State Republican Domestic Loan of the Russian Federation. President of the Russian Federation ELTSIN Moscow House, House of Russia 24 January 1992 N 2246-I