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Djibouti - Government : 15th Session of the Council of Ministers 

18/09/2019
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Djibouti - Government : 15th Session of the Council of Ministers The Head of State, Mr. Ismaïl Omar Guelleh, presided Tuesday, September 17, 2019, the work of the 15th Session of the Council of Ministers during which the Djiboutian executive examined several texts including a draft relative finance law to the amending budget of the State for the 2019 financial year. The amending budget of the State for the 2019 financial year is in balance, in receipts and in expenditure at the sum of 152 billion francs, an increase of nearly of 5 billion FDJ compared to the Initial Finance Act of the year 2019. Source ADI (Djibouti Information Agency)

This increase in the budget results from the increase in revenue. As regards expenditure, the amending budget provides for an increase in ordinary expenditure and investment. The amendments to the amended budget law deal with tax measures as well as adjustments to expenditure levels. The amending budget also aims to strengthen the protection of emerging national industries in order to encourage and support them. The draft amending law 2019 is part of the improvement of the budgetary situation and the efforts made by the government to consolidate macroeconomic stability and major balances.

MINISTRY OF BUDGET

Draft Finance Law on the Final State Budget Regulation for the 2018 Financial Year

The final accounts of the State of the 2018 Fiscal Year are set in general expenses at more than 142 billion FD. The implementation of the Budget 2018 was in a favorable economic context with a growth rate of 6.5% against 5.1% in 2017 related to the increase in activities in the transport sector. This performance is attributable mainly to the better recovery of tax revenues and donations, which show a significant increase. The achievements of the State's general expenditure are also increasing compared to those of the previous year.

Investment spending is increasing and reflects the government's desire to focus capital spending, particularly in the social sectors, to meet the educational and health needs of the population and to support the vulnerable population. During this financial year, important sectors under development are being implemented by the Government, namely geothermal drilling, road and infrastructure construction, construction and rehabilitation of primary and secondary schools and the construction of agricultural drilling in the field of agriculture.

The implementation of this Budget for the year 2018 demonstrates good budgetary management.

Draft Finance Law on the State Corrective Budget for the 2019 Financial Year

The draft of the State Corrective Finance Law for the 2019 financial year is stopped in balance, in receipts and in expenses to the sum of 152 billion FD, an increase of nearly 5 billion FD in relation to the Law of Finances Initial of the 2019 financial year. This increase in the Budget results from the increase in revenue. As regards expenditure, the amended budget provides for an increase in ordinary expenditure and investment.

The amendments to the amended Finance Law deal with tax measures, as well as adjustments to expenditure levels. The Amending Budget also aims to strengthen the protection of emerging national industries in order to encourage and support them. The draft Amending Law 2019 is part of the improvement of the budgetary situation and the efforts made by the government to consolidate macroeconomic stability and major balances. 

Communication:

The Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Spokesperson of the Government, reported on his participation in the 152nd Session of the Council of the League of Arab States held on September 10, 2019 in Cairo. Egypt.

The Minister of Commerce made a mission report on his participation in the 21st COMESA Economic Summit of Heads of State held from 17 to 19 July 2019 in Nairobi, Kenya.

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