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Moldovan parliament hears report on fulfilment of state budget: revenues increased by 9 per cent in 2023

17:34 | 14.06.2024 Category: Economic

Chisinau, 14 June /MOLDPRES/ - The state budget revenues in the 2023 year increased by nine per cent against the 2022 year. Data to this effect is contained in the report on the fulfillment of the state budget for the last year, heard in parliament today.     

Under the document, the chapter with revenues was carried out at the level of 98.2 per cent and the one of expenses – 96 per cent. Thus, the revenues of the state budget for the last years amounted to 64, 603 622.9 thousand lei and the expenses -80,727, 187 thousand lei, with a deficit of 16,123,564.1 thousand lei. The state budget revenues grew by nine per cent against the 2022 year. The preponderant part of the revenues – 87.3 per cent – represents the collections of taxes and duties.     

The annual budget law was amended three times in the last year, in order to adjust the budgetary indicators in revenues and expenses; at the same time, the budget programmes under implementation are revised. Thus, the main redistributions of allocations were directed to the national fund for regional and local development, road fund, national fund of development of agriculture and rural environment.  

Also, decision-makers increased the social benefits for the financial support of household consumers vulnerable at energy, one-off payments were provided to employees from the education system, the staff of sports institutions, servicemen with powers in the field of ensuring the public order. 

The report on the fulfillment of the state budget in 2023 contains also information on the sources of financing of the deficit, state debt and the balances of the financial means in the state budget’s accounts. 

The audit held by the Court of Accounts on the fulfillment of the state budget for 2023 established that ‘’the report heard at the government provides, under all significant aspects, a correct and faithful picture about the cash register fulfilment, in accordance with the framework of financial reporting applicable.’’  

The team of auditors says that ‘’it is necessary to improve the normative framework concerning the recognition, planning, fulfilment and reporting of the subsidies and grants provided.’’  



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