Rs 613.11 Order Of 9 November 2005 Laying Down The Capacity Of The Cantons For The Years 2006 And 2007

Original Language Title: RS 613.11 Ordonnance du 9 novembre 2005 fixant la capacité financière des cantons pour les années 2006 et 2007

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613.11 order setting the financial capacity of the cantons for the years 2006 and 2007 to November 9, 2005 (status November 29, 2005) the Swiss federal Council, view the art. 2 to 4 of the Federal Act of 19 June 1959 concerning the financial equalisation among the cantons, stop: art. 1 coefficients the financial capacity of the cantons is determined according to a scale composed of four coefficients below: I. cantonal income: per capita income cantonal.

II. fiscal strength: tax revenue of the cantons and municipalities per capita weighted by the index of the overall tax burden of each canton.

III. tax burden: index, inversely proportional (inverse value for the difference in the average national), the tax burden represented by all cantonal and communal taxes given incidental taxes (taxes on buildings, on inheritance and gift on mutations) and changes in revenues resulting from higher prices.

IV. mountain area: average between the share in percent of the acreage not located in mountain area compared to all of the acreage and the number of inhabitants per km of total surface without land uncultivated or unaffordable, the lakes and rivers; for what is the density of the population, indices figures more than the Swiss average are set at 100.

Art. 2 statistics different coefficients will be calculated according to the following statistics: a. revenues of the cantons in 2002 and 2003 national accounts basis; b. the tax revenue of the cantons and municipalities on average of the years 2002 and 2003 according to the statistics "Finances in Switzerland", in view of the taxation of cross-border; c. the tax burden on average for the years 2001 to 2004 according to the statistics of the tax burden; d. the surface total without uncultivated land or unaffordable, or the lakes and rivers, according to the statistics of the Switzerland area; e. the cultivable surface in mountain region according to the Census of agriculture of 2003; f. data relating to the average resident population of the cantons of the year in question.

Art. 3 method of calculation each of the coefficients is converted to a series of clues, the Swiss average of 100.
The index series are converted in such a way that the lowest index figure is equal to 70. The formula applied is as follows: (index - 100) '' 30 + 100.

100 the lowest index a weighted average is calculated according to the four sets of clues. Factors 1 and 2 are weighted by the factor of 1.5 and 3 and 4 by the factor 1 coefficients.
The weighted average is converted by a factor of extension of 2.7 using the following formula: index of financial capacity = 100 + [(moyenne pondérée-100) '' 2.7].
2.7 extension factor remains constant for subsequent periods of financial equalization as long that no change is brought to the coefficients and their weighting.
The minimum financial capacity index is 30.

Art. 4 clues generals established in accordance with the art. 1 to 3 and calculated according to the table in the annex, the General indicators of the financial capacity of the cantons are the following: Zug 224 Glarus 77 Basel 173 Solothurn 76 Geneva 152 Berne 68 Zurich 147 Lucerne 64 Nidwalden 128 Neuchâtel 63 Schwyz 110 Appenzell Rh. - Ext.

Basel-Landschaft 109 Appenzell Rh. - int. 61.

61 Aargau 108 Grisons 58 99 Vaud Fribourg 47 Schaffhausen 94 Uri 40 Ticino Jura Thurgau 86 Valais St. Gallen 79 Obwalden Art. 30 32 38 88 5 distribution of the cantons in groups in application of art. 4 of the Ordinance of December 21, 1973, adjusting the timing of federal grants from the financial capacity of the cantons and figures-indices, cantons are divided according to their financial capacity into three groups as follows: Cantons with strong financial capacity: Zug, Basel, Geneva, Zurich, Nidwalden (5) Cantons to average financial capacity: Schwyz, Basel-Landschaft, Aargau, Vaud, Schaffhausen, Ticino, Thurgau, St. Gallen, Glarus, Solothurn , Berne, Lucerne, Neuchâtel, Appenzell Rh. - int., Appenzell Rh. - ext. (15) townships with low financial capacity: Graubünden, Fribourg, Uri, Jura, Valais, Obwalden (6) RS 613.12 art. 6 transitional provisions on financial aid and compensation, the provisions of the Act of 5 October 1990 on subsidies as well as those of the special legislation are determinative of the financial ability to apply.
The provisions of this order apply for the first time to the distribution of assessments of the cantons to the Confederation of 2006 revenue.
The provisions of this order apply for the first time to the calculation of the contributions of the cantons to old-age insurance and survivors as well as disability insurance for the year 2006.

RS 616.1 art. 7 entry into force the present order between effective January 1, 2006.

Annex Determination of capacity of the cantons for the years 2006 and 2007 (art. 4) Cantons Coefficient 1 cantonal income 2002/03 the lowest figure 70 weighting 1.5 Coefficient 2 Force fiscal 2002/03 the lowest figure 70 weighting 1.5 Coefficient 3 tax burden 2001-04 figure the lowest 70 1 weighting Coefficient 4 mountain the lowest figure 70 weighting 1 weighted average index area general after conversion of the average weighted by the factor extension 2.7 Zurich 129.50 117.12 107.98 109.21 117.42 147 Berne 84.51 87.19 89.96 93.75 88.25 68 Lucerne 82.01 83.29 83.31 102.19 86.69 64 Uri 89.92 70.00 75.80 73.01 77.74 40 Schwyz 98.11 102.97 130.86 86.10 103.72 110 Obwalden 70.00 70.67 70.00 76.77 71.55 30 Nidwalden 120.60 110.81 121.23 83.48 110.36 128 Glarus 117.75 75.86 90.01 76.58 91.40 77 Zug 170.04 158.22 139.67 96.67 145.75 224 Fribourg 75.19 78.74 72.69 97.50 80.22 47 Solothurn 87.40 85.96 92.23 103.66 91.19 76 Basel

176.11 115.79 86.84 111.41 127.22 173 Baselland 103.51 101.18 104.37 105.80 103.44 109 Schaffhausen 103.91 84.75 94.34 111.36 97.74 94 Appenzell Rh. - Ext.

85.43 84.05 92.64 81.25 85.62 Appenzell Rh. - int. 61.

83.34 84.31 105.69 71.25 85.68 61 St. Gallen 86.13 90.72 98.00 98.68 92.39 79 Grisons 88.11 88.85 86.14 70.00 84.31 58 Aargau 96.48 96.59 114.65 110.70 102.99 108 Thurgau 85.53 89.79 99.71 110.72 94.68 86 Ticino 74.47 109.62 116.05 85.34 95.51 88 Vaud 99.97 99.78 92.03 106.32 99.59 99 Valais 72.32 73.99 74.38 81.08 74.99 32 Neuchâtel 86.98 88.89 79.65 88.15 86.32 63 Geneva 112.27 143.29 101.51 111.41 119.25 152 Jura 70.76 79.62 75.04 84.81 77.08 38 Switzerland 100.00 100.00 100.00

100.00 100.00 100 RO 2005 5133 RS 613.1 State 11. July 2006