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2023 Budget Bill: Parliament Budget and Finance Committees have begun approving the ministries’ budgets

Legislative Council 2023 draft budget, approved in Parliament’s budget-finance committees

The parliamentary budget and finance committees approved, on Monday, the budget of the Legislative Council for 2023.

The institution’s budget amounts to 15,376,000 lei in commitment credits and 15,376,000 lei in budget credits – an increase of 3.93% compared to this year.

Personnel expenses are 13,800,000 lei in commitment credits and 13,800,000 lei in budget credits, 5.34% more than in 2022.

Also, the expenses for goods and services stand at 886,000 lei in commitment credits and 886,000 lei in budget credits, an increase of 12.29% compared to this year.

 

Parliament’s budget and finance committees approve Romanian Intelligence Service’s budget for 2023

 

The parliamentary budget and finance committees on Monday approved the budget for the Romanian Intelligence Service (SRI) for 2023.

The SRI budget amounts to 4,521,632,000 lei in commitment credits and 3,939,360,000 lei in budget credits – an increase of 33.25% and 21.71%, respectively, compared to this year.

Personnel expenses amount to 1,684,151,000 lei in commitment credits and 1,684,151,000 lei in budget credits, an increase by 7.45% against 2022.

Also, expenditures for goods and services amount to 326,806,000 lei in commitment credits and 327,201,000 lei in budget credits, increasing by 0.56% and 0.68%, respectively, compared to this year.

26 MPs voted “in favour” and six voted “against.”

 

Budget and Finance Committees issue favourable opinion on 2023 SIE budget

 

Parliament’s Budget and Finance Committees approved, on Monday, with 26 votes “in favour” and 6 “against”, the budget of the Foreign Intelligence Service (SIE) for 2023.

The SIE budget amounts to 719,280,000 lei commitment appropriations and 719,280,000 lei budget credits – increasing by 31.89pct and 17.84pct, respectively, against this year.

Personnel expenditures are 335,980,000 lei commitment appropriations and 335,980,000 lei budget credits, 21.29pct more than in 2022.

Moreover, goods and services expenditures stand at 161,000,000 lei in commitment appropriations and 161,000,000 lei in budget credits, increasing by 33.39pct compared to this year.

 

Parliament’s Joint Budget, Finance Committees clear SPP budget for 2023

 

Parliament’s Joint Budget, Finance Committees approved, on Monday, with 26 votes “in favour” and six against, the budget of the Protection and Guard Service (SPP) for 2023.

The SPP budget amounts to 461,843,000 lei commitment appropriations and 447,246,000 lei budget credits – increasing by 52.18pct and 13.14pct, respectively, against this year.

Personnel expenditures are 225,984,000 lei commitment appropriations and 225,984,000 lei budget credits, 3.61pct more than in 2022.

Moreover, the expenditures for goods and services are 31,100,000 lei commitment appropriations and 30,100,000 lei budget credits, increasing by 2.26pct and 2.34pct, respectively, compared to this year.

 

Senate Budget for 2023 – favorable report by budget-finance committees

 

The parliamentary budget-finance committees approved, on Monday, with 26 votes for and 6 against, the budget of the Senate for the year 2023.

The budget of the Chamber of Deputies amounts to 326,290,000 lei in commitment credits and 326,290,000 lei in budget credits – an increase of 47.18% compared to this year.

Personnel expenses are 191,970,000 lei in commitment credit and 191,970,000 lei in budget credit, 14.60% more than in 2022.

In 2023, expenses for the allowances of former state dignitaries of 22,064,000 lei budget credits are expected, increasing by 141.72% compared to this year.

Mario Oprea, the general secretary of the Senate, specified that the Senate’s budget is the same as the one voted by the plenary session and falls within the general note of the draft budget.

“We focused on investments, on capital works on the part of the Parliament Palace that belongs to the Senate, the rehabilitation of the external platform and on works for our own system of photovoltaic panels,” stated Oprea.

 

Parliament’s budget and finance committees, positive opinion on 2023 budget for the Deputies Chamber

 

The parliamentary budget and finance committees on Monday approved, with 26 votes in favour and six against, the budget of the Chamber of Deputies for the year 2023.

The budget of the Chamber of Deputies amounts to 628,903,000 lei in commitment credits and 614,355,000 lei in budget credits – an increase of 4.72% and 7.51%, respectively, compared to this year.

Personnel expenses amount to 376,709,000 lei in commitment credits and 376,709,000 lei in budget credits, increasing by 4.09% compared to 2022.

Expenditures for goods and services amount to 91,077,000 lei in commitment credits and 91,077,000 lei in budget credits, down 9.48% compared to 2022.

In what concerns the allowances of former state dignitaries, the amount of 35,000,000 lei budget credits is foreseen for next year, an increase of 75.00% compared to this year.

 

Budget of the High Court of Cassation and Justice for 2023 – favorable report

 

The parliamentary budget and finance committees approved, on Monday, the budget of the High Court of Cassation and Justice (ICCJ) for the year 2023.

The ICCJ budget amounts to 2,675,983,000 lei in commitment loans and 2,675,983,000 lei in budget loans – an increase of 1,518.37% compared to this year.

Personnel expenses are 2,647,927,000 lei in commitment loans and 2,647,927,000 lei in budget loans, 1,666.76% more than in 2022.

Also, the expenses for goods and services are 14,315,000 lei in commitment loans and 14,315,000 lei in budget loans, an increase of 25.13% compared to 2022.

 

Parliament’s committees clear 2023 budget for Constitutional Court

 

Joint parliamentary committees on budget and finance on Monday adopted the budget for the Constitutional Court for the year 2023.

The CCR budget amounts to 38,483,000 RON in commitment credits and 38,438,000 RON in budget credits – up 23.01% against 2022.

Staff expenses amount to 31,668,000 lei in commitment credits and 31,668 RON in budget credits, by 21.14% more against 2022.

Moreover, expenditures on good and services amount to 5,930,000 RON in commitment credits and 5,930,000 in budget credits, up 46.49% against this year.

 

Compiled from Agerpres

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