On Amendments To The Federal Law On The Federal Budget For The Year 1996 "

Original Language Title: О внесении изменений в Федеральный закон "О федеральном бюджете на 1996 год"

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RUSSIAN FEDERATION FEDERAL LAW on amendments to the Federal law on the federal budget for the year 1996 "passed by the State Duma May 24, 1996 year approved by the Federation Council June 5, 1996 year Article 1. To amend the Federal law on the federal budget for the year 1996 "(collection of laws of the Russian Federation, 1996, no. 1, art. 21) as follows: Paragraph 17 deleted article 10th.
Article 67 after "purchase of medicines and dressing materials;" Add the words "the summertime health-building campaign;".
Complement federal law after article 17 article 17-1 as follows: "article 17-1. To establish that the costs of the activities for the observance of the summertime health-building campaign in the amount of 214.0 billion. rubles are financed by additional income obtained by enumerating the return through the free balance of the social insurance fund of the Russian Federation, as well as a charge against the contingency fund and the President of the Russian Federation and the Reserve Fund of the Government of the Russian Federation. "
Article 2. The Government of the Russian Federation: provide funding in 1996 year costs for summer recreation campaign within the funds identified by the fifth paragraph of article 1 of this federal law;
amended by this federal law changes clarify the quarterly breakdown of costs for the year 1996, as well as departmental cost structure of the federal budget for the year 1996;
financing these expenditures made within 10 days after the entry into force of this federal law.
Article 3. This federal law shall enter into force on the day of its official publication.
The President of the Russian Federation, b. Yeltsin, Kremlin, Moscow, N June 20, 1996 82-FZ

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