2011/2267(BUD)

Amending budget 6/2011: revenue, Integrated Maritime Policy, Greece: ESF, Palestine

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2011/2267(BUD) Amending budget 6/2011: revenue, Integrated Maritime Policy, Greece: ESF, Palestine
RoleCommitteeRapporteurShadows
Lead BUDG JĘDRZEJEWSKA Sidonia Elżbieta (EPP)
Lead committee dossier: BUDG/7/07569
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  • 2012/01/24 Final act published in Official Journal
  • 2011/12/01 Budgetary text adopted by Parliament
    • T7-0522/2011 summary
    • Results of vote in Parliament
  • 2011/11/30 Council position on draft budget published
    • 17631/2011 summary
  • #3129
  • 2011/11/30 Council Meeting
    • 17631/2011 summary
  • 2011/11/30 Committee referral announced in Parliament, 1st reading/single reading
  • 2011/11/25 Budgetary report tabled for plenary, 1st reading
  • 2011/11/25 Budgetary report tabled for plenary, 1st reading
  • 2011/11/23 Vote in committee, 1st reading/single reading
  • 2011/11/22 Deadline Amendments
  • 2011/11/21 Committee draft report
    • PE476.059
  • #3126
  • 2011/11/18 Council Meeting
  • 2011/10/18 Commission draft budget published
    • COM(2011)0674 summary
  • 2011/10/18 Commission draft budget
    • COM(2011)0674 summary
    • DG Budget, LEWANDOWSKI Janusz

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A7-0407/2011 - Sidonia Elżbieta Jędrzejewska - Résolution

2011/01/12
Position Total ALDE ECR EFD GUE/NGL NI PPE S&D Verts/ALE correctional
For 490 70 12 14 24 4 220 143 3 0
Against 115 0 35 9 3 17 0 8 43 0
Abstain 9 3 0 0 3 0 0 0 3 0
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4 2011/2267(BUD) Amending budget 6/2011: revenue, Integrated Maritime Policy, Greece: ESF, Palestine
2011/11/22 BUDG 4 amendments...
source: PE-476.081

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2012-02-09
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      • PURPOSE: presentation of Draft Amending Budget (DAB) No 6 for the year 2011 - Commission.

        CONTENT: Draft Amending Budget (DAB) No 6/2011 covers the following:

        • the usual update in the forecast of revenue after the revision of the forecasts of own resources and other revenue;
        • the creation of a new budget line: 11 09 05 - Programme to support the further development of an Integrated Maritime Policy (IMP), with commitment appropriations of EUR 23.14 million entered in reserve, pending adoption of the legal base. These commitment appropriations are reallocated from other lines withing Heading 2;
        • the reallocation of EUR 60 million in commitment appropriations within Heading 4 EU as a Global Player, in favour of budget item 19 08 01 02 - European Neighbourhood and Partnership financial assistance to Palestine, the peace process and UNRWA (United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East). This amount is proposed as a frontloading of appropriations to cover expenditure in the year 2012;
        • a reinforcement of budget article 04 02 20 European Social Fund - Operational technical assistance by EUR 3.25 million to provide specific expertise in support of the Administrative Reform Operational Programme in the field of tax administration in Greece. Payment appropriations of EUR 300 000 are also requested;
        • an increase of payment appropriations of EUR 550 million to meet outstanding needs which remain after the "Global Transfer". EUR 142 million of this amount will be used to increase payments in Heading 1a Competitiveness for Growth and Employment, and the remaining EUR 408 million will be reallocated to Heading 1b Cohesion for Growth and Employment;
        • a token ("p.m.") decrease of payment appropriations in 05 04 05 01 - Rural development programmes to take into account the possible difference between the payment forecasts from the Member States, as updated in September 2011, and the declaration of payments that will be submitted in November 2011. This is entered tentatively and, once declarations from Member States are received, may be revised to meet part of the needs in Heading 1b Cohesion for Growth and Employment.

        To summarise, the net effect of this DAB No 6/2011 is an increase in commitment appropriations by EUR 3.25 million and an increase in payment appropriations by EUR 550.3 million in Headings 1a and 1b. However, due to the VAT and GNI balances of previous years to be cashed in according to Regulation (EC, EURATOM) No 1150/2000 and to the increase in other revenue, namely EUR 435 million in fines, total revenue increases EUR 1 276.9 million leading to a decrease in the budgeted Member States' GNI-based contributions for 2011 of EUR 726.6 million.

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      • PURPOSE: presentation of Draft Amending Budget (DAB) No 6 for the year 2011 - Commission.

        CONTENT: Draft Amending Budget (DAB) No 6/2011 covers the following:

        • the usual update in the forecast of revenue after the revision of the forecasts of own resources and other revenue;
        • the creation of a new budget line: 11 09 05 - Programme to support the further development of an Integrated Maritime Policy (IMP), with commitment appropriations of EUR 23.14 million entered in reserve, pending adoption of the legal base. These commitment appropriations are reallocated from other lines withing Heading 2;
        • the reallocation of EUR 60 million in commitment appropriations within Heading 4 EU as a Global Player, in favour of budget item 19 08 01 02 - European Neighbourhood and Partnership financial assistance to Palestine, the peace process and UNRWA (United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East). This amount is proposed as a frontloading of appropriations to cover expenditure in the year 2012;
        • a reinforcement of budget article 04 02 20 European Social Fund - Operational technical assistance by EUR 3.25 million to provide specific expertise in support of the Administrative Reform Operational Programme in the field of tax administration in Greece. Payment appropriations of EUR 300 000 are also requested;
        • an increase of payment appropriations of EUR 550 million to meet outstanding needs which remain after the "Global Transfer". EUR 142 million of this amount will be used to increase payments in Heading 1a Competitiveness for Growth and Employment, and the remaining EUR 408 million will be reallocated to Heading 1b Cohesion for Growth and Employment;
        • a token ("p.m.") decrease of payment appropriations in 05 04 05 01 - Rural development programmes to take into account the possible difference between the payment forecasts from the Member States, as updated in September 2011, and the declaration of payments that will be submitted in November 2011. This is entered tentatively and, once declarations from Member States are received, may be revised to meet part of the needs in Heading 1b Cohesion for Growth and Employment.

        To summarise, the net effect of this DAB No 6/2011 is an increase in commitment appropriations by EUR 3.25 million and an increase in payment appropriations by EUR 550.3 million in Headings 1a and 1b. However, due to the VAT and GNI balances of previous years to be cashed in according to Regulation (EC, EURATOM) No 1150/2000 and to the increase in other revenue, namely EUR 435 million in fines, total revenue increases EUR 1 276.9 million leading to a decrease in the budgeted Member States' GNI-based contributions for 2011 of EUR 726.6 million.

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      • On 18 October 2011, the Commission submitted to the Council draft amending budget (DAB) No 6/2011, covering at the same time an update of revenue and a request for additional commitment (c/a) and payment appropriations (p/a). On 11 November, the Commission forwarded to the Council a letter with updated figures as regards expenditure.

        This DAB takes account of an increase in the forecast of revenue, as well as an increase in appropriations on the expenditure side, in line with the latest estimates and needs.

        As regards revenue, the revised forecast for own resources shows a net increase of EUR 1 276.9 million, resulting from:

        ·         VAT and GNI balances from previous years (+EUR 1 814.9 million);

        ·         other revenue, notably interests on late payments and fines (+EUR 662 million);

        ·         decreased revenue from traditional own resources (-EUR 1 200 million).

        With regard to expenditure, the Commission proposes a net increase of EUR 3.25 million in c/a and of EUR 550.3 million in p/a. The breakdown is as follows:

        • within sub-heading 1a (Competitiveness for growth and employment), +EUR 82 million in p/a on Article 08 04 01 (Cooperation - Nanosciences, nanotechnologies, materials and new production technologies) and +EUR 60 million in p/a on Item 09 04 01 01 (Support for research cooperation in the area of information and communication technologies), to meet outstanding needs which were not covered by the Global Transfer (DEC34/2011);
        • within sub-heading 1b (Cohesion for growth and employment):
        • +EUR 401.5 million in p/a on Article 04 02 17 (European Social Fund - Convergence) and +EUR 401.5 million in p/a on Article 04 02 19 (European Social Fund - Regional competitiveness and employment), to meet outstanding needs which were not covered by the Global Transfer;
        • +EUR 3.25 million in c/a and +EUR 0.3 million in p/a on Article 04 02 20 (European Social Fund - Operational technical assistance (2007-2013)) to address particularly urgent needs in the field of tax administration in Greece;
        • within heading 2 (Preservation and management of natural resources), a decrease of EUR 395 million in p/a is proposed on Item 05 04 05 01 (Rural development programmes), taking into account payments declared in November by Member States (this amount is used to cater for part of the outstanding needs in sub-heading 1b).

        Lastly, within heading 4 (The EU as a global player), a redeployment of EUR 100 million in c/a is proposed in favour of Item 19 08 01 02 (European Neighbourhood and Partnership financial assistance to Palestine, the peace process and UNRWA), to address the most immediate needs of the Palestinian Authority (EUR 70.8 million) and UNRWA (EUR 29.2 million). This amount is proposed as a frontloading of appropriations to cover expenditure in 2012. In addition, a redeployment of EUR 13.4 million is proposed to secure the financing of commitment appropriations for Article 21 06 07 (Banana Accompanying Measures), including a frontloading of some EUR 8 million, within its reference amount of EUR 190 million over the years 2010-2013.

        DAB No 6/2011 also includes the creation of a new Article 11 09 05 (Programme to support the further development of an Integrated Maritime Policy), with c/a entered in the reserve (EUR 23.14 million), financed through redeployment within heading 2 (c/a on Items 17 04 01 01 and 17 04 02 01 will be reduced accordingly). The combined effect of the increase in the revised forecast of revenue

        (+EUR 1 276.9 million) and the increase in p/a (+EUR 550.3 million) is a net reduction of Member States' contributions to the 2011 budget by EUR 726.6 million.

        On 18/19 November 2011, the Conciliation Committee, in the framework of the agreement on the joint text concerning the budget for 2012, reached a political agreement on DAB No 6/2011, accepting the Commission's updated proposal except for p/a within sub-heading 1b for which it decreased p/a on Articles 04 02 17 (European Social Fund - Convergence) and 04 02 19 (European Social Fund – Regional competitiveness and employment) to EUR 226.35 million.

        Taking into account the new amount of +EUR 200 million net increase in p/a, the combined effect of DAB No 6/2011 is now a reduction of Member States' contributions to the 2011 budget by EUR 1 076.9 million.

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      • On 18 October 2011, the Commission submitted to the Council draft amending budget (DAB) No 6/2011, covering at the same time an update of revenue and a request for additional commitment (c/a) and payment appropriations (p/a). On 11 November, the Commission forwarded to the Council a letter with updated figures as regards expenditure.

        This DAB takes account of an increase in the forecast of revenue, as well as an increase in appropriations on the expenditure side, in line with the latest estimates and needs.

        As regards revenue, the revised forecast for own resources shows a net increase of EUR 1 276.9 million, resulting from:

        ·         VAT and GNI balances from previous years (+EUR 1 814.9 million);

        ·         other revenue, notably interests on late payments and fines (+EUR 662 million);

        ·         decreased revenue from traditional own resources (-EUR 1 200 million).

        With regard to expenditure, the Commission proposes a net increase of EUR 3.25 million in c/a and of EUR 550.3 million in p/a. The breakdown is as follows:

        • within sub-heading 1a (Competitiveness for growth and employment), +EUR 82 million in p/a on Article 08 04 01 (Cooperation - Nanosciences, nanotechnologies, materials and new production technologies) and +EUR 60 million in p/a on Item 09 04 01 01 (Support for research cooperation in the area of information and communication technologies), to meet outstanding needs which were not covered by the Global Transfer (DEC34/2011);
        • within sub-heading 1b (Cohesion for growth and employment):
        • +EUR 401.5 million in p/a on Article 04 02 17 (European Social Fund - Convergence) and +EUR 401.5 million in p/a on Article 04 02 19 (European Social Fund - Regional competitiveness and employment), to meet outstanding needs which were not covered by the Global Transfer;
        • +EUR 3.25 million in c/a and +EUR 0.3 million in p/a on Article 04 02 20 (European Social Fund - Operational technical assistance (2007-2013)) to address particularly urgent needs in the field of tax administration in Greece;
        • within heading 2 (Preservation and management of natural resources), a decrease of EUR 395 million in p/a is proposed on Item 05 04 05 01 (Rural development programmes), taking into account payments declared in November by Member States (this amount is used to cater for part of the outstanding needs in sub-heading 1b).

        Lastly, within heading 4 (The EU as a global player), a redeployment of EUR 100 million in c/a is proposed in favour of Item 19 08 01 02 (European Neighbourhood and Partnership financial assistance to Palestine, the peace process and UNRWA), to address the most immediate needs of the Palestinian Authority (EUR 70.8 million) and UNRWA (EUR 29.2 million). This amount is proposed as a frontloading of appropriations to cover expenditure in 2012. In addition, a redeployment of EUR 13.4 million is proposed to secure the financing of commitment appropriations for Article 21 06 07 (Banana Accompanying Measures), including a frontloading of some EUR 8 million, within its reference amount of EUR 190 million over the years 2010-2013.

        DAB No 6/2011 also includes the creation of a new Article 11 09 05 (Programme to support the further development of an Integrated Maritime Policy), with c/a entered in the reserve (EUR 23.14 million), financed through redeployment within heading 2 (c/a on Items 17 04 01 01 and 17 04 02 01 will be reduced accordingly). The combined effect of the increase in the revised forecast of revenue

        (+EUR 1 276.9 million) and the increase in p/a (+EUR 550.3 million) is a net reduction of Member States' contributions to the 2011 budget by EUR 726.6 million.

        On 18/19 November 2011, the Conciliation Committee, in the framework of the agreement on the joint text concerning the budget for 2012, reached a political agreement on DAB No 6/2011, accepting the Commission's updated proposal except for p/a within sub-heading 1b for which it decreased p/a on Articles 04 02 17 (European Social Fund - Convergence) and 04 02 19 (European Social Fund – Regional competitiveness and employment) to EUR 226.35 million.

        Taking into account the new amount of +EUR 200 million net increase in p/a, the combined effect of DAB No 6/2011 is now a reduction of Member States' contributions to the 2011 budget by EUR 1 076.9 million.

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