REGULATION NO.  1999/27

UNMIK/REG/1999/27

22 December 1999

 

 

ON THE APPROVAL OF THE KOSOVO CONSOLIDATED BUDGET AND AUTHORIZING EXPENDITURES FOR THE PERIOD 1 JANUARY TO 31 DECEMBER 2000

 

 

The Special Representative of the Secretary-General,

 

Pursuant to the authority given to him under United Nations Security Council resolution 1244 (1999) of 10 June 1999,

 

Taking into account United Nations Interim Administration Mission in Kosovo (UNMIK) Regulation No. 1999/1 of 25 July 1999 on the Authority of the Interim Administration in Kosovo,

 

For the purposes of approving the Kosovo Consolidated Budget and other related matters,

 

Hereby promulgates the following:

 

 

Section 1

EXPENDITURES AUTHORIZED

 

Current expenditures are authorized for the period 1 January to 31 December 2000 from the Kosovo Consolidated Budget for the General Government purposes indicated and the amounts shown in Schedule 1 attached to the present regulation.

 

 

Section 2

MUNICIPAL EXPENDITURES AUTHORIZED

 

Current expenditures are authorized for the period 1 January to 31 December 2000 from the Kosovo Municipal Budgets for the purposes indicated and the amounts shown in Schedule 2 attached to the present regulation.

 

 

Section 3

PUBLIC ENTERPRISE EXPENDITURES AND REVENUES

 

Estimated current expenditures and revenues for the period 1 January to 31 December 2000 from the Kosovo Public Enterprise Budgets for the purposes indicated are shown in Schedule 3 attached to the present regulation.  The estimated expenditures on Schedule 3 are authorized only to the extent of revenues realized by each utility, including revenues in the form of a subsidy from the General Government portion of the Consolidated Budget contained on Schedule 1 attached to the present regulation.

 

 

Section 4

LIMITS ON EXPENDITURES

 

Pursuant to section 4.4 of UNMIK Regulation No. 1999/16 of 6 November 1999 no expenditures from, or commitments of, the Kosovo Consolidated Fund may be made except as authorized in the present regulation.  Notwithstanding this restriction, unanticipated donor grants deposited to the Kosovo Consolidated Fund for specified purposes may be allocated and spent for those purposes.  If the specified purpose is not already contained in the schedules to the present regulation, an amount equivalent to the deposited donor grant is deemed to be appropriated and a budget line created to permit expenditure to take place.

 

 

Section 5

ADJUSTMENT TO AMOUNTS AUTHORIZED

 

The Head of the Central Fiscal Authority may transfer authorized amounts between appropriations for Salaries and Wages and appropriations for Other Goods and Services for any individual budget line in Schedule 1 to the present regulation, provided that the reallocation does not exceed, in total, twenty five percent (25%) of the category being reduced.  Transfers in excess of this limit, including transfers between budget lines in Schedule 1, may be made upon written approval of the Special Representative of the Secretary-General, taking into account the views of the Head of the Central Fiscal Authority.  Appropriations for Reserves may be transferred in part or in whole to any other category within the same function with the approval of the Head of the Central Fiscal Authority.

 

 

Section 6

ADJUSTMENT TO MUNICIPAL BUDGET AMOUNTS

 

Upon request of the Deputy Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Civil Administration, the Head of the Central Fiscal Authority shall transfer amounts allocated to one municipality to another, provided that the total appropriation for the Kosovo Municipal Budgets does not change.

 

 

Section 7

EXPENDITURES LIMITED TO REVENUES

 

The Head of the Central Fiscal Authority, in releasing funds for current expenditure, shall only release funds to the extent revenue or other financing sources are available in the Kosovo Consolidated Fund to make the expenditure.

 

 

Section 8

CONTINGENT EXPENDITURE

 

The amounts authorized for contingent expenditures may be used only for urgent and unforeseen requirements.  The Head of the Central Fiscal Authority may authorize, on receipt of proper justification, the expenditure of up to 100,000 DM for each urgent and unforeseen requirement.  Proposals for amounts to be spent in excess of 100,000 DM will be forwarded, together with the recommendation of the Head of the Central Fiscal Authority, to the Special Representative of the Secretary-General for decision.

 

 

Section 9

ENTRY INTO FORCE

 

The present regulation shall enter into force on 22 December 1999.

 

 

 

 

Bernard Kouchner

Special Representative of the Secretary-General

 

Schedule 1.

GENERAL GOVERNMENT BUDGET

 

1 January- 31 December 2000

 

(DEUTSCHE MARKS)

 

 

 

 

Employees

Expenditures on Goods and Services

Subsidies and Transfers

Reserve

Total

 

Salaries and Wages

Other Goods and Services

GENERAL PUBLIC SERVICE

1.967

5.358.009

4.192.841

5.000.000

 

14.550.850

Banking and Payment Authority

409

1.267.956

1.114.000

5.000.000

 

7.381.956

Central Fiscal Authority

330

1.575.079

766.228

 

 

2.341.307

Statistics

103

320.940

87.798

 

 

408.738

Civil Registration & Documents

1.125

2.194.034

2.224.815

 

 

4.418.849

 

 

CIVIL EMERGENCY SERVICE

3.052

10.683.000

10.040.676

 

 

20.723.676

Kosovo Protection Corps

3.052

10.683.000

10.040.676

 

 

20.723.676

 

 

PUBLIC ORDER AND SAFETY AFFAIRS

6.928

17.941.692

17.180.290

 

 

35.121.982

Courts

1.298

4.362.528

4.484.250

 

 

8.846.778

Fire Service

359

1.258.560

365.401

 

 

1.650.961

Police

4.475

9.821.812

7.513.065

 

 

17.334.877

Prison Service

575

1.655.743

3.955.662

 

 

5.611.405

Public Prosecutor

211

751.968

818.812

 

 

1.570.780

Judicial Adisory Commission

10

64.080

43.100

 

 

107.180

 

 

EDUCATION

27.816

91.261.944

19.939.232

 

5.000.000

116.201.176

Boarding Facilities/Dormitories

107

259.200

54.713

 

 

313.913

Educational Administration

120

367.200

137.994

 

 

505.194

National University Library

81

223.560

54.860

 

 

278.420

Pre-school

180

505.440

 

 

 

505.440

Pre-primary

665

1.764.000

320.015

 

 

2.084.015

Primary

18.515

59.277.600

12.037.998

 

5.000.000

76.315.598

Secondary

5.249

17.955.864

4.638.607

 

 

22.594.471

Special Needs Education

365

1.048.500

229.133

 

 

1.277.633

University

2.534

9.860.580

2.465.912

 

 

12.326.492

 

 

HEALTH AFFAIRS

10.582

33.448.440

47.693.863

 

 

81.142.303

Hospitals

5.245

16.410.960

29.698.490

 

 

46.109.450

Other Health

357

1.046.880

435.499

 

 

1.482.379

Primary Health

4.980

15.990.600

17.559.874

 

 

33.550.474

 

 

SOCIAL SECURITY AND WELFARE AFFAIRS

779

2.028.802

465.370

80.000.000

 

82.494.172

Labor

165

441.893

97.727

 

 

539.620

Social Security Administration

614

1.586.909

367.643

80.000.000

 

81.954.552

 

 

HOUSING AND COMMUNITY AMENITY

113

595.440

2.287.600

9.054.783

 

11.937.823

Development of Cadastral Information System

27

114.480

1.322.400

 

 

1.436.880

Garbage Collection

 

 

 

2.021.001

 

2.021.001

Housing and Property Directorate

86

480.960

965.200

 

 

1.446.160

Public Heating

 

 

 

5.036.898

 

5.036.898

Water Supply

 

 

 

1.996.884

 

1.999.884

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

RECREATION AND CULTURE

877

2.849.400

792.270

1.000.000

 

4.641.670

Arts

217

698.040

188.263

 

 

886.303

Cultural Institutes

183

628.920

163.147

 

 

792.067

Libraries/Archives

335

1.061.280

307.346

 

 

1.368.626

Museums

142

461.160

133.514

 

 

594.674

Sports

 

 

 

1.000.000

 

1.000.000

 

 

FUEL AND ENERGY

 

 

 

22.693.600

 

22.693.600

Electricity

 

 

 

22.693.600

 

22.693.600

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NATURAL RESOURCES

52

189.360

347.754

 

 

537.114

Agriculture

52

189.360

347.754

 

 

537.114

 

 

TRANSPORT AND COMMUNICATION

 

354

 

1.210.320

 

1.978.200

 

 

3.188.520

Transport & Roads and Bridges

156

580.320

206.500

 

 

786.820

Vehicle Registration

198

630.000

1.771.700

 

 

2.401.700

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

OTHER ECONOMIC SERVICES

 

 

 

 

1.000.000

1.000.000

Private Sector Development

 

 

 

 

1.000.000

1.000.000

 

 

NOT CLASSIFIED

 

 

 

19.000.000

10.000.000

29.000.000

Contingent Expenditures

 

 

 

 

10.000.000

10.000.000

Municipalities

 

 

 

19.000.000

 

19.000.000

 

 

Total General Budget

52.520

165.566.406

104.918.096

136.748.383

16.000.000

423.232.885

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SCHEDULE 2

KOSOVO MUNICIPAL BUDGETS

FY 2000

(DEUTSCHE MARKS)

 

Employees

Expediture on Goods and Services

Total

 

 

Salaries and Wages

Other Goods and Services

 

Pristina Region

1.313

3.938.631

1.969.316

5.907.947

 

Glogovac/Gllogovc

120

359.523

179.761

539.284

 

Kosovo Polje/Fushe Kosove

80

239.054

119.527

358.581

 

Lipljan/Lipjan

148

444.532

222.266

666.797

Obilic/Obiliq

72

215.141

107.571

322.712

 

Podujevo/Podujeve

196

587.021

293.511

880.532

 

Pristina/Prishtine

613

1.839.508

919.754

2.759.263

 

Stimlje/Shtime

85

253.852

126.926

380.778

 

 

 

Prizren Region

785

2.355.817

1.177.909

3.533.726

 

Gora/Dragash

43

129.914

64.957

194.871

 

Prizren/Prizreni

413

1.239.811

619.906

1.859.717

 

Orahovac/Rahovec

166

499.308

249.654

748.962

 

Suva Reke/Suhareke

162

486.784

243.392

730.176

 

 

 

Peje Region

882

2.645.190

1.322.595

3.967.785

 

Decani/Decan

107

320.503

160.251

480.754

 

Djakovica/Gjakove

240

721.360

360.680

1.082.040

 

Istok/Istog

124

370.603

185.302

555.905

 

Klina/Kline

145

434.349

217.174

651.523

 

Pec/Peje

266

798.375

399.188

1.197.563

 

 

 

Mitrovica Region

638

1.913.919

956.960

2.870.879

 

Leposavic/Leposaviq

49

147.659

73.830

221.489

 

K. Mitrovica/Mitrovica e K.

220

659.427

329.714

989.141

 

Srbica/Skenderaj

120

359.747

179.874

539.621

 

Vucitrn/Vushtrri

171

512.414

256.207

768.620

 

Zubin Potok/Zubin Potok

37

111.271

55.636

166.907

 

Zvecan/Zvecan

41

123.401

61.700

185.101

 

 

 

Gnjilane Region

827

2.479.775

1.239.887

3.719.662

 

Gnjilane/Gjilan

217

652.089

326.045

978.134

 

Kacanik/Kacanik

93

278.050

139.025

417.075

 

Kamenica/Kamenice

105

314.438

157.219

471.657

 

Novo Brdo/Kodra e Re

17

51.298

25.649

76.946

 

Strpce/Shterpce

33

100.428

50.214

150.641

 

Urosevac/Ferizaj

238

712.694

356.347

1.069.040

 

Vitina/Viti

124

370.779

185.389

556.168

 

 

 

Unallocated

444

1.333.333

666.667

2.000.000

 

Total Municipalities

4.889

14.666.667

7.333.333

22.000.000

 

Note: The above expenditures are funded from the Municipal Transfer from the General Government Budget of DM 19.000.000 and Municipal Revenue of DM 3.000.000.

 

 

 

 

 

Schedule 3.

Public Enterprises - Utilities and Transport

1 January - 31 December 2000

(DEUTSCHE MARKS)

 

 

Expenditures

Revenue

Operating  Surplus/ (Deficit)

 

Staff

Wages & Salaries

Goods and Services

Total

 

General

Government

Subsidy

 

 

Subfunction

 

 

 

 

User Charges

 

Total

 

Aviation

95

429.840

3.770.160

4.200.000

4.200.000

 

4.200.000

 

Bus

988

3.004.560

6.511.440

9.516.000

12.384.000

 

12.384.000

2.868.000

Electricity

6000

21.513.600

63.850.000

85.363.600

62.670.000

22.693.600

85.363.600

 

Garbage Collection

1383

3.139.560

892.502

4.032.062

2.011.061

2.021.001

4.032.062

 

Postal

1100

3.093.562

4.006.438

7.100.000

4.100.000

 

4.100.000

(3.000.000)

Public Heating

160

427.140

10.442.000

10.869.140

5.832.242

5.036.898

10.869.140

 

Railways

550

1.562.392

1.167.400

2.729.792

4.753.350

 

4.753.350

2.023.558

Telecom

700

1.890.180

28.509.820

30.400.000

34.300.000

 

34.300.000

3.900.000

Water Supply

1443

4.825.800

2.794.534

7.620.334

5.623.450

1.996.884

7.620.334

 

Total

12.419

39.886.634

121.944.294

161.830,928

135.874.103

31.748.383

167.622.486

5.791.558

Note: Postal and Telecom are shown separately for clarity. However, as units operating under one company, Postal's deficit is offset by Telecom's surplus.