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Parliament Adjourned to Monday 23rd October 2017

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Parliament passes the 2016 Supplementary Appropriation Bill 2017

FRIDAY 31 MARCH 2017

Parliament has appropriated an additional Ninety two million two hundred and forty three thousand, five hundred and seventeen dollars ($92,243,517), to the service of the year ending 31st December 2016.

The 2016 Supplementary Appropriation Bill 2017 consisted of recurrent and development contingency warrants that total up to $48,683,673 and recurrent and development advance warrants of up to $42,559,844.

This monies were used in the year ending 31st December 2016.

Recurrent contingency warrants were issued to the following Ministries in 2016:

Head Ministry Expenditure Authorized ($)
271 Office of the Auditor General $800,000
276 Ministry of Health and Medical Services $4,871,941
279 National Parliament $6,650,000
281 Office of the Prime Minister and Cabinet $12,737,447
292 Ministry of Justice and Legal Affairs $917,304
293 Ministry of Home Affairs $9,952,989
294 Ministry of National Unity Reconciliation and Peace $3,000,000
296 National Judiciary $645,775
297 Ministry of Women, Youth and Children Affairs $336,500
Total Recurrent Contingency warrants $39,911,956.00

For Development Contingency warrants, the Ministry of Infrastructure Development had asked and was issued a total of $9,771,717.00

A total of 7 Ministries were issued with recurrent Advance Warrants and two Ministries namely the Ministry of Finance and Treasury and the Ministry of Mines and Energy used a total of $8,568,000 for Development advance warrants.

Recurrent Advance warrants were:

Head Ministry Expenditure Authorized ($)
373 Ministry of Finance and Treasury $3,078,972
374 Ministry of Foreign Affairs and External Trade $7,559,721
381 Ministry of Health and Medical Services $2,612,311
281 Office of the Prime Minister and Cabinet $11,925,865
396 National Judiciary $102,351
399 Ministry of Environment, Climate Change, Disaster Management and Meteorology $123,271
Total Recurrent Advance Warrants $33,991,844

The 2017 Supplementary Appropriation Bill 2017 is still in second reading stage, expected to be debated in the next sitting days.

Parliament meeting continues.

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