Law No. (20) of 2012 on adopting the budget for year 2012

Law No. (20) of 2012 on adoption of the State’s General Budget of 2012

The National Transitional Council:

Upon review of:

  • The Victory Statement of the 17 February Revolution issued on 22 February 2011;
  • The decree forming the Interim National Transitional Council and determining its powers;
  • The statutes and bylaws of the National Transitional Council;
  • The Constitutional Declaration issued on 3 August 2011;
  • The law of the financial system of the State of Libya and its amendments;
  • Law No. (25) of 1955 on oil;
  • Law No. (127) of 1970 on the allocation of some resources to the public reserve;
  • Law No. (10) of 1983 on funding and implementing the Great Man-Made River Project and its amendments;
  • Law No. (15) of 1986 on the public debt of the Treasury;
  • Law No. (18) of 1425 AD [sic] on amending the value of some financial charges pertaining to the funding of the Great Man-Made River Project and equipment to exploit its waters and determining some provisions in that regard;
  • Law No. (13) of 1430 AD [sic] on planning;
  • Law No. (10) of 2004 on some financial charges pertaining to the funding of the Great Man-Made River Project and equipment to exploit its waters;
  • Law No. (12) of 2004 on the stamp tax and its amendment;
  • Law No. (1) of 2004 on banks;
  • Law No. (2) of 2010 on the adoption of the State’s general budget for Sections: (1), (2), (4) and (5) for 2010 and Section (3) for (2010 – 2011 – 2012);
  • Law No. (10) of 2010 on customs;
  • Law No. (12) of 2010 on labour relations;
  • Law No. (23) of 2010 on commercial activities;
  • And based on what was discussed in the Interim National Transitional Council session on Sunday 04/03/2012.

issued the following law:

Article (1)

An amount of (68,522,604,750) sixty-eight billion, five hundred and twenty-two million, six hundred and four thousand and seven hundred and fifty LYD, as per the table below and the purposes included therein, and in accordance with the detailed tables attached to this law and adopted by the National Transitional Council (NTC) for all ministries, agencies, authorities, and public institutions during the financial year 2012, may be disbursed.

 

 

 

 

Section

Statement

Allocated Funds (in LYD)

1

Salaries and equivalent

18,670,000,000

2

Steering and operating expenses

12,134,604,750

3

Development and reconstruction projects and programs

19,118,000,000

4

Subsidy and price stability expenditure

14,600,000,000

 

General budget reserves

4,000,000,000

 

Total usages

68,522,604,750

 

Authorised and non-authorised amounts from the allocations of Section (3)  that were not spent during fiscal year 2011 and that became available as a result of the provisions of Article (15) of Law No. (2) of 2010 may be disbursed.

Article (2)

Instalments of public debt shall be exceptionally covered by the provisions of Law No. (15) of 1986, in the amount of (3,436,831,250) three billion, four hundred thirty six million, eight hundred thirty one thousand and two hundred and fifty LYD from oil revenues, as per the below table:

 

Statement

Allocated Funds (in LYD)

Total oil revenues

68,736,625,000

5% deducted for the public debt

3,436,831,250

Net oil revenues

65,299,793,750

 

The sum shall be spent as per the distribution specified in the table below, so as to cover the existing obligations of the Treasury:

No.

Statement

Funds (in LYD)

1

Retirement Fund

500,000,000

2

Investment portfolios

1,320,000,000

3

Liquidation of public companies and dissolved bodies

150,000,000

4

Payment of the value of shares purchased from the Libyan African Aviation Holding Company

897,838,112

5

Other obligations

568,993,138

Total

3,436,831,250

 

- It shall be distributed as per the legislation in force by virtue of decisions issued by the Ministry of Finance.

Article (3)

The expenses stipulated in Article (1) of this law shall be covered by the projected revenue for the fiscal year 2012, as per the table below:

 

No.

Statement

Allocated Funds (in LYD)

1

Net oil revenues after the public debt deduction

65,299,793,750

2

Sovereign and local revenues

 

  1. Taxes on economic activity and the stamp tax

500,000,000

  1. Customs duties

700,000,000

  1. Public service fees

271,276,000

  1. Telecommunications

400,000,000

  1. Profit distribution of the Central Bank of Libya

500,000,000

  1. Price Stability Fund revenues

75,000,000

  1. Local market revenues from oil sales

776,535,000

Total revenues

68,522,604,750

Article (4)

The projects of the development program (development and rehabilitation) in the field of oil and gas shall be included in Section (3) adopted in Law No. (2) of 2010, in the amount of (1,787,900,000) LYD, and they shall be subject to all the provisions governing the allocations of Section (3) of the law in question, subject to the provisions of Articles (7), (9), and (18) of this law.

Article (5)

The Central Bank of Libya shall undertake to deposit the sums acquired from revenues stipulated in Article (3) of this law in the accounts for the objects of expenditure provided for in the provisions of this law, as an exception to the provisions of Law No. (127) of 1970 on allocating some resources to the general reserve, subject to the provisions of Article (6) of this law.

The Central Bank of Libya shall also submit to the Ministry of Finance and the Ministry of Planning at the end of each month a statement of account showing the details of general budget account transactions, as well as the balance at the end of the month.

Article (6)

Any surplus in the State’s income from oil and gas that exceeds the estimated amount for oil revenues in the general budget shall be deposited in the public account in the Central Bank of Libya in foreign currencies.

 

In the event of any surplus in non-oil revenues over what is estimated, it shall be used in accordance with the regulations proposed by the Cabinet and adopted by the NTC.

Article (7)

The Cabinet shall submit detailed tables of the distribution of allocations specified in Section (3) prepared by the Ministry of Planning to the NTC for adoption.

Article (8)

No measure may be taken that may adversely affect the amount of revenue or the timing of their collection. No party mandated to collect or maintain public revenues shall deduct, withhold or clear any amount of the said revenues, or cover the costs of any party, including those funded in whole or in part by the Treasury, subject to the provisions of Article (6) of this law.

Article (9)

The Central Bank of Libya and commercial banks shall open domestic and international letters of credit for the obligations determined by the Ministry of Finance and the Ministry of Planning, each within its mandate and in coordination with the relevant authorities. These letters of credit shall be directly funded from the accounts of the Treasury, subject to compatibility between the cash flows required and the allocation adopted in the general budget. The Central Bank of Libya shall coordinate with the concerned bank and the beneficiary to prepare the monthly settlement of credit transactions. Accordingly, the Ministry of Finance and the Ministry of Planning shall issue financial authorisations for monthly settlements.

Article (10)

As an exception to the provisions of Law No. (15) of 1986, the Ministry of Finance shall undertake the necessary measures in accordance with the legislation in force to finance investment projects included in the general budget in the fields of: oil and gas, industry, marine wealth, tourism, agricultural projects, and aerial and maritime means of transportation, through local financing institutions by tendering loans, after the Ministry of Planning confirms the projects’ economic feasibility.

Article (11)

All public bodies shall collect their estimated revenues, and they shall comply with the financial models adopted under the law of the financial system of the State of Libya and the regulations issued thereunder.

Article (12)

The bodies undertaking the collection of revenues and fees within various areas shall supply such to office treasuries and financial services comptrollers in the regions areas or to the Treasury – according to the situation. No bank accounts shall be opened for public entities except with the permission of the Ministry of Finance.

Article (13)

Parties funded under the provisions of Article (1) of this law shall provide the Ministry of Finance and the Ministry of Planning with periodic reports on their expenditures and revenues collected in their scope, as well as a monthly account summary before the end of the second week of the following month.

 

Issuance of financial authorisations during the period subsequent to fixed deadlines shall be conditional on submission of the required reports. The Minister of Finance and Minister of Planning, within their respective mandates, shall take the appropriate measures to ensure the submission of the said reports in a timely manner.

Article (14)

The Minister of Finance or whomever he authorises shall issue the financial authorisations required to implement the allocations of Sections (1), (2), and (4) of this law. The Minister of Planning shall undertake to issue the financial authorisations pertaining to Section (3) at the request of the concerned party, according to the forms prepared for this purpose, depending on readiness for implementation, and according to financial and technical reports.

Article (15)

All parties funded from the general budget shall undertake to pay the value of their consumption of public services -- including electricity, water, telecommunications, and fuel -- from their allocations listed for such purposes in the general budget.

Article (16)

The Central Bank of Libya and the Ministry of Finance shall undertake to make the arrangements that ensure the provision of the necessary cash flow within the limits of the provisions included in the general budget on time and without any delay, provided that the settlement be carried out in two phases: the first by the end of the third quarter and the second by the end of the fiscal year, subject to the provisions of Article (9) of this law.

Article (17)

The revenues of the general budget shall be spent within the limits of the allocations adopted as per the financial regulations in force. In implementing the budget, priority shall be given to enhancing security, payment of salaries, price stability, treatment costs, human resources development, and infrastructure projects. In all cases, the Treasury shall not assume any financial obligations established in violation of the provisions of this law by the entities subject to these provisions. The offending party shall bear full responsibility for any violation of these provisions.

Article (18)

Funds may be transferred between the sections of the general budget by virtue of decrees issued by the Cabinet, based on proposals by the Ministry of Finance and the Ministry of Planning, according to the case.

Article (19)

The Cabinet may stop or limit some expenses or arrange additional sources of funding, in the event it is determined that the public interest so requires. The Ministry of Finance may also undertake spending directly from the allocations of any of the parties funded from the general budget when the public interest so requires.

Article (20)

The amounts included in the budget reserve item shall be distributed and used to cover any deficit in the general budget, in accordance with the principles and regulations proposed by the Ministry of Finance and adopted by the Cabinet.

Article (21)

The provisions of the law of the financial system of the State of Libya and Law No. (2) of 2010 shall be applied in cases not provided for by this law.

Article (22)

This Law shall enter into force starting from 1 January 2012.

 Interim National Transitional Council -- Libya

Issued in Tripoli

Thursday 06/03/2012

 

 

Table (A)

General Budget Resources

No.

Statement

Revenues

Based on 100 USD/barrel

1

Net oil revenues

65,299,793,750

2

Sovereign and local revenues

3,222,811,000

 

Total

68,522,604,750

 

Table (A-1)

Oil Resources

No.

Statement

Revenues

1

Net oil revenues

68,736,625,000

2

Public debt

3,436,831,250

Net oil resources after the public debt deduction

65,299,793,750

 

Table (A-2)

Sovereign and Local Revenues

No.

Statement

Sum in LYD

1

Tax revenue on economic activity and the stamp tax

500,000,000

2

Customs duties

700,000,000

3

Public service fees

271,276,000

4

Telecommunications

400,000,000

5

Profit distribution of the Central Bank of Libya

500,000,000

6

Price Stability Fund revenues

75,000,000

7

Local market revenues from oil sales

776,535,000

 

Total

3,222,811,000

The Telecommunications revenues include the sum of 200 million LYD that was not deposited in the Treasury account in 2010.

Table (B)

General Budget Usages

Section

Statement

Sum in LYD

1

Salaries and equivalent

18,670,000,000

2

Steering and operating expenses

12,134,604,750

3

Development and reconstruction projects and programs

19,118,000,000

4

Subsidy and price stability expenditure

14,600,000,000

 

General budget reserve

4,000,000,000

 

Total

68,522,604,750

 

 

 

Table No. (A)

Current Expenses Budget (Section 1 and 2)

of Fiscal Year 2012

No.

Sector

Revenues

Section (1)

Section (2)

1

NTC and subordinate bodies

115,000

348,235,000

282,425,000

2

Cabinet and subordinate bodies

23,280,000

146,982,000

597,891,650

3

Interior Sector and subordinate bodies

58,500,000

2,530,020,000

283,900,000

4

Justice Sector and subordinate bodies

4,000,000

263,322,000

852,400,000

5

Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation Sector and subordinate bodies

5,500,000

277,074,000

548,480,000

6

Finance Sector and subordinate bodies

1,200,000,000

212,853,000

1,544,328,000

7

Health Sector and subordinate bodies

4,732,000

1,888,293,000

1,035,137,500

8

Education Sector and subordinate bodies

0

4,381,366,000

289,029,000

9

Industry Sector and subordinate bodies

6,000,000

80,906,000

25,275,000

10

Transportation Sector and subordinate bodies

69,820,000

132,323,000

43,821,000

11

Agriculture, Animal and Marine Wealth Sector and subordinate bodies

3,086,000

310,449,000

23,295,000

12

Social Affairs Sector and subordinate bodies

0

147,907,000

304,896,000

13

Endowments and Religious Affairs Sector and subordinate bodies

4,000,000

17,913,000

55,839,000

14

Housing and Utilities Sector and subordinate bodies

1,500,000

75,479,000

18,500,000

15

Economy Sector and subordinate bodies

10,015,000

35,704,000

27,010,000

16

Planning Sector and subordinate bodies

250,000

5,061,000

14,860,000

17

Defence Sector and subordinate bodies

0

2,475,272,000

1,293,800,000

18

Assistance to Families of Martyrs and Missing Persons Sector and subordinate bodies

0

4,367,000

187,400,000

19

Oil and Gas Sector and subordinate bodies

0

976,100,000

2,500,000,000

20

Labour and Capacity Building Sector and subordinate bodies

1,800,000

2,893,400,000

17,520,000

21

Local Government Sector and subordinate bodies

1,610,000

239,004,000

660,107,000

22

Communications and IT Sector and subordinate bodies

273,626,000

9,691,000

63,711,6000 [sic]

23

Higher Education and Scientific Research Sector and subordinate bodies

1,000,000

1,004,653,000

709,256,000

24

Youth and Sports Sector and subordinate bodies

0

16,380,000

122,416,000

25

Culture and Civil Society Sector and subordinate bodies

2,442,000

130,239,000

130,988,000

26

Electricity and Renewable Energy Sector and subordinate bodies

0

2,007,000

2,319,000

27

Body of the Great Man-Made River and equipment to exploit its waters

0

65,000,000

500,000,000

Total

1,671,276,000

18,670,000,000

12,134,604,750

 

 

 

Table No. (1)

NTC and Subordinate Bodies

No.

Body

Revenues

Section (1)

Section (2)

1

NTC

0

64,085,000

38,000,000

2

National Defence Council

0

9,601,000

12,000,000

3

Audit Office

0

62,707,000

20,000,000

4

Supreme Court

100,000

13,800,000

6,200,000

5

National Planning Council

0

1,144,000

1,500,000

6

Planning councils in the regions

0

11,220,000

1,000,000

7

National Security Commission

0

180,000,000

50,000,000

8

General Culture Council

15,000

1,263,000

4,000,000

9

Supreme Council for Fatwa

0

4,153,000

5,600,000

10

Centre of African Studies and Research

0

262,000

520,000

11

High Commission for the Application of Standards of Integrity and Patriotism

0

0

2,300,000

12

Human Rights Council

0

0

1,500,000

13

High National Elections Commission

0

0

139,805,000

Total

115,000

348,235

282,425,000

 

Table No. (2)

Prime Minister's Office and Subordinate Bodies

No.

Body

Revenues

Section (1)

Section (2)

1

Prime Minister's Office

0

2,936,000

8,000,000

2

Real Estate Registration And State Property Department

20,000,000

39,590,000

18,700,000

3

General Information Authority

0

3,200,000

700,000

4

Department of Antiquities

200,000

14,060,000

3,200,000

5

Atomic Energy Organisation

0

5,895,000

1,700,000

6

Commission of the Injured (1)

0

2,782,000

504,000,000

7

Warriors Affairs Commission

0

5,388,000

10,000,000

8

Libyan Humanitarian Relief Agency

0

3,277,000

2,250,000

9

Environment General Authority

3,000,000

5,216,000

4,000,000

10

General Board for Tourism and Traditional Industries

80,000

10,610,000

3,000,000

11

Centre for Information and Documentation

0

505,000

800,000

12

Nuclear Research Centre

0

21,826,000

5,000,000

13

Centre for Solar Energy Research and Studies

0

3,393,000

1,775,000

14

Qualitative Centre for Training and Rehabilitation

0

969,000

550,000

15

National Economic Development Board

0

4,105,000

2,000,000

16

Visits and conferences

0

-

15,000,000

17

National commission to follow up the implementation of the Convention on the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons

0

758,000

3,000,000

18

Tourism and Antiquities Police

0

11,200,000

3,916,650

19

National Centre for Archives and Historical Studies

0

1,900,000

4,100,000

20

Salafi Higher Institute of Imamate, Rhetoric, Guidance, and Quranic Sciences

0

400,000

3,700,000

21

Urban Planning Department

0

8,982,000

2,500,000

Total

23,280,000

146,982,000

597,891,650

 

1.

Section (2) allocations for the Commission of the Injured include a sum of 500,000,000 LYD to treat injured persons.

 

Table No. (3)

Interior Sector and Subordinate Bodies

No.

Body

Revenues

Section (1)

Section (2)

1

Ministry of Interior

15,000,000

1,427,000,000

110,000,000

2

Interior affairs in the regions

14,000,000

651,000,000

56,000,000

3

National Safety Commission

1,500,000

80,000,000

25,000,000

4

Internal Security Service

0

153,000,000

8,000,000

5

Civil Status Authority

3,000,000

100,000,000

32,900,000

6

Anti-Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Agency

0

31,500,000

12,000,000

7

Passport and Nationality Department (1)

25,000,000

86,800,000

39,000,000

8

Centre for Information and Documentation

0

720,000

1,000,000

Total

58,500,000

2,530,020,000

283,900,000

 

1.

Section (2) allocations for the Passport and Nationality Department include a sum of 15,000,000 LYD to fight illegal immigration and a sum of 9,000,000 LYD for the national identification number.

 

 

Table No. (4)

Justice Sector and Subordinate Bodies

No.

Body

Revenues

Section (1)

Section (2)

1

Ministry of Justice (2)

4,000,000

177,000,000

75,000,000

2

Justice affairs in the regions

0

6,800,000

3

Cabinet Lawsuits Authority

0

11,882,000

3,000,000

4

Judicial Expertise and Research Centre

0

4,402,000

2,200,000

5

Judicial Police

0

67,700,000

60,000,000

6

Higher Judicial Training Institute

0

1,483,000

3,400,000

7

Centre for Information and Documentation

0

855,000

1,000,000

8

Foreign Affairs

0

-

20,000,000

9

Nationalized committee placed in receivership

0

-

681,000,000

Total

4,000,000

263,322,000

852,400,000

 

1.

Section (2) allocations for the Justice Ministry include a sum of 1,000,000 LYD for the National Human Rights Committee, a sum of 1,000,000 LYD for the committee overseeing the compensation of production units, and a sum of 1,000,000 LYD for the committee overseeing the compensations as per Law No. (4).

 

Table No. (5)

Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation Sector and Subordinate Bodies

No.

Body

Revenues

Section (1)

Section (2)

1

Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation

500,000

22,549,000

139,870,000

2

Embassies and consulates abroad (1, 2)

5,000,000

253,000,000

157,000,000

3

General Authority of Foreign Media

0

295,000

4,000,000

4

Libyan Fund for Aid and Development in Africa

0

600,00 [sic]

250,000

5

Political work

0

-

247,360,000

Total

5,500,000

277,074,000

548,480,000

 

1.

The allocations of Section (1) and (2) for embassies and consulates abroad include the allocations for financial comptrollers in the amount of 25,108,284 LYD for Section (1) and 33,707,000 LYD for Section (2).

2.

The allocations of Section (2) for embassies and consulates abroad include the item on treatment outside the country where the employees reside.

 

Table No. (6)

Finance Sector and Subordinate Bodies

No.

Body

Revenues

Section (1)

Section (2)

1

Ministry of Finance (1)

0

7,500,000

55,908,000

2

Financial services departments in in the regions (2)

0

62,964,000

30,000,000

3

Customs Department

700,000,000

103,000,000

25,000,000

4

Tax Department

500,000,000

35,910,000

12,000,000

5

Centre for Information and Documentation

0

807,000

1,600,000

6

Fund for Liquidation of Dissolved Public Companies and Bodies

0

2,672,000

664,000

7

Judicial rulings

0

-

400,000,000

8

Miscellaneous

0

-

989,156,000

9

Salaries and loans for low-income people and martyrs in the line of duty

0

-

30,000,000

Total

1,200,000,000

212,853,000

1,544,328,000

 

1.

The allocations of Section (2) for the Ministry of Finance Office include a sum of 43,788,000 LYD for contracts for the operation and maintenance of halls and facilities concluded between the Ministry of Finance and the General Company for Administrative Centre Services.

2.

The allocations of Section (1) for finance affairs in the regions include the allocations of employees working in the planning sector in the regions. The allocations of each region are divided up as per the division records drawn up between the two ministries.

 

 

Table No. (7)

Health and Environment Sector and Subordinate Bodies

No.

Body

Revenues

Section (1)

Section (2)

1

Ministry of Health

0

6,630,000

64,000,000

2

Health affairs in the regions

232,000

873,345,000

39,000,000

3

National Centre for Disease Control

1,500,000

17,518,000

6,200,000

4

Libyan National Organ Transplant Program

0

2,053,000

1,000,000

5

Board For Medical Specialties

0

997,000

900,000

6

National Food and Drug Control Centre

3,000,000

7,959,000

5,800,000

7

Procurement of medical workers and medical assistance

0

150,000,000

4,000,000

8

Treatment abroad

0

0

150,000,000

9

Improving health services and treatment

0

0

400,000,000

10

Ambulance Service

0

3,805,000

2,000,000

11

Centre for Health Information and Documentation

0

359,000

400,000

12

Medical Manpower Development Centre

0

560,000

1,700,000

13

Teaching hospitals

0

539,146,000

213,783,000

14

Public and rural hospitals

0

285,921,000

146,354,500

Total

4,732,000

1,888,293,000

1,035,137,500

 

 

Table No. (7)

Teaching Hospitals Subordinate to the Health and Environment Sector

No.

Hospital

Revenues

Section (1)

Section (2)

1

Al-Batnan Medical Centre

0

22,483,000

8,750,000

2

Al Thawra Teaching Hospital in Baida

0

19,674,000

5,090,000

3

Benghazi Medical Centre

0

38,031,000

20,000,000

4

Jumhuriya Hospital

0

19,520,000

7,000,000

5

Al-Jalaa Trauma and Surgical Hospital  in Benghazi

0

24,500,000

6,413,000

6

Benghazi Children's Hospital

0

14,050,000

3,376,000

7

Al-Nahr Ophthalmology Hospital in Benghazi

0

4,572,000

1,632,000

8

7th October Hospital

0

9,800,000

2,845,000

9

Ibn Sina Hospital

0

17,000,000

10,000,000

10

Sebha Medical Centre

0

16,463,000

8,000,000

11

Gharyan Central Teaching Hospital

0

13,822,000

6,000,000

12

Zawiya Teaching Hospital

0

16,615,000

4,000,000

13

Sabratha Teaching Hospital

0

16,545,000

4,250,000

14

National Cancer Institute -- Sabratha

0

8,500,000

4,000,000

15

Al Zahra Specialised Hospital

0

11,250,000

4,500,000

16

Tripoli Medical Centre

0

71,750,000

22,315,000

17

Tripoli Central Hospital

0

46,450,000

20,000,000

18

Eye Hospital

0

6,800,000

2,275,000

19

Al-Jalaa Children's Hospital

0

15,210,000

5,000,000

20

Al-Jalaa Maternity Hospital

0

17,500,000

4,250,000

21

Outer Space and Hyperbaric Medicine Hospital

0

5,700,000

3,525,000

22

Burns and Cosmetic Hospital

0

5,295,000

2,500,000

23

National Centre for Diabetes

0

3,978,000

2,000,000

24

Abu Salim Trauma Hospital

0

18,770,000

10,000,000

25

Abu Sitta Hospital for Respiratory Disease

0

3,153,000

2,262,000

26

National Heart Centre -- Tajoura

0

19,000,000

5,000,000

27

Ali Omar Askar Hospital

0

16,440,000

8,000,000

28

Misrata Central Hospital

0

19,100,000

12,000,000

29

Al Khoms General Hospital

0

10,541,000

5,000,000

30

Zliten Central Hospital

0

10,050,000

5,100,000

31

Al Khadra Hospital

0

16,548,000

8,700,000

Overall total for teaching hospitals

0

539,146,000

213,783,000

 

Cont. Table No. (7)

Public and Rural Hospitals Subordinate to the Health and Environment Sector

No.

Hospital

Revenues

Section (1)

Section (2)

32

Wahda Hospital Darnah

0

10,907,000

3,000,000

33

Al Qubbah Hospital

0

2,600,000

600,000

34

Al Tamimi Hospital

0

2,469,000

600,000

35

Al Bari Hospital

0

2,072,000

600,000

36

Omar Mukhtar Hospital

0

2,500,000

500,000

37

Shahat Hospital for Treatment of Tuberculosis and Respiratory Diseases

0

2,200,000

1,900,000

38

Susa Hospital

0

2,200,000

500,000

39

Al Marj General Hospital – Al Marj

0

11,577,000

5,500,000

40

Tocra – al- Agouriya Hospital

0

1,557,000

500,000

41

Al-Abyar Hospital

0

2,277,000

550,000

42

Al-Kuwaifiya Hospital for Respiratory Diseases

0

6,220,000

3,000,000

43

Urology and Ear, Nose, and Throat Centre

0

5,992,000

3,300,000

44

Hawari General Hospital --Benghazi

0

14,000,000

13,000,000

45

Psychiatric Hospital

0

5,450,000

5,000,000

46

Benghazi Cardiac Centre

0

3,000,000

1,300,000

47

Benghazi Diagnostic and Therapeutic Radiology Centre

0

1,172,000

300,000

48

Kidney Centre in Benghazi

0

5,370,000

3,403,000

49

Centre for Infectious Diseases and Immunology (1)

0

2,550,000

9,200,000

50

Central Dental Clinic in Benghazi

0

2,116,000

600,000

51

Reference Medical Laboratory in Benghazi

0

948,000

1,450,000

52

Blood Bank in Benghazi

0

1,213,000

4,415,000

53

Suluq Hospital

0

1,915,000

650,000

54

Qaminis Hospital

0

1,713,000

500,000

55

Jalo General Hospital

0

3,322,000

1,400,000

56

Atiyya Al-Kasih Hospital in Al Kufra

0

4,547,000

1,800,000

57

Tazerbo Hospital

0

2,386,000

900,000

58

Bin Jawad Hospital

0

2,295,000

518,500

59

Al Afia Hospital in Hun

0

4,933,000

1,600,000

60

Waddan Hospital

0

2,648,000

900,000

61

Murzuq General Hospital

0

6,352,000

1,791,000

62

Tragen General Hospital

0

3,781,000

1,400,000

Total

0

122,282,000

78,677,500

 

1.

The allocations of Section (2) for the Centre for Infectious Diseases include a sum of 7,900,000 LYD for patients with AIDS.

 

Table No. (7) (cont'd)

Public and Rural Hospitals Subordinate to the Health and Environment Sector

No.

Hospital

Revenues

Section (1)

Section (2)

63

Obari Hospital

0

6,237,000

3,000,000

64

Brak Hospital

0

7,186,000

1,440,000

65

Bargan Hospital

0

4,104,000

1,381,000

66

Adiri Hospital

0

3,850,000

1,600,000

67

Blood Bank in Sebha

0

661,000

660,000

68

Al-Asabia Hospital

0

4,000,000

1,800,000

69

Zintan Hospital

0

7,910,000

1,800,000

70

Jado Hospital

0

2,464,000

1,500,000

71

Nalut Central Hospital

0

4,329,000

5,050,000

72

Al-Haraba Hospital

0

1,700,000

650,000

73

Tiji Hospital

0

2,600,000

700,000

74

Kabaw Hospital

0

1,900,000

650,000

75

Bani Walid General Hospital

0

6,600,000

2,000,000

76

Yafran General Hospital

0

4,904,000

1,600,000

77

Zuwara Bahri Hospital

0

5,583,000

1,210,000

78

Al-Jamil General Hospital

0

7,000,000

1,500,000

79

Al-Ajilat General Hospital

0

6,214,000

1,250,000

80

Surman Hospital

0

5,575,000

1,140,000

81

Al -Razi Psychiatric and Neurological Hospital

0

6,445,000

5,000,000

82

Tripoli Kidney Services Hospital

0

4,021,000

2,000,000

83

Reference Medical Laboratory in Tripoli

0

1,911,000

3,000,000

84

Dental Clinic in Tripoli

0

2,450,000

1,250,000

85

Blood Bank in Tripoli

0

1,154,000

5,308,000

86

Tarhuna Hospital

0

6,488,000

2,000,000

87

Msallata Hospital

0

6,650,000

2,920,000

88

National Cancer Institute in Misrata

0

3,851,000

2,000,000

89

Misrata Hospital for Tuberculosis and Respiratory Diseases

0

2,580,000

1,282,000

90

Tawergha Hospital

0

2,516,000

800,000

91

Al Dawun Hospital

0

1,205,000

500,000

92

Garabulli Hospital

0

3,599,000

1,800,000

Total

0

125,687,000

56,791,000

 

Table No. (7) (cont’d)

Public and Rural Hospitals Subordinate to the Health and Environment Sector

No.

Hospital

Revenues

Section (1)

Section (2)

93

Suq al Khamis Hospital

0

1,663,000

1,550,000

94

Hospital of Martyr Amhamad al al-Magariaf

0

12,329,000

5,000,000

95

Brega Hospital

0

2,125,000

1,250,000

96

Ghat Hospital

0

5,400,000

2,857,000

97

Ghadames General Hospital

0

3,600,000

1,800,000

98

Mizda Hospital

0

3,713,000

2,000,000

99

Al-Garyat Hospital

0

975,000

450,000

100

Shwayrif Hospital

0

1,137,000

450,000

101

Beir al-Osta Milad Hospital

0

2,310,000

954,000

102

Specialist Centre for the Treatment of Diabetes and Endocrinology in Misrata

0

1,350,000

1,250,000

103

Jaghbub General Hospital

0

3,350,000

1,325,000

Total

0

37,952,000

18,886,000

Overall total for public and rural hospitals

0

285,921,000

146,354,500

Overall total for hospitals

0

825,067,000

360,137,500

 

Table No. (8)

Education Sector and Subordinate Bodies

No.

Body

Revenues

Section (1)

Section (2)

1

Ministry of Education (1)

0

283,522,000

20,000,000

2

Education affairs in the regions (2)

0

3,600,458,000

40,000,000

3

National Foundation for Technical and Vocational Education

0

7,012,000

8,000,000

4

National Foundation for Technical and Vocational Education – Technical and Higher Institutes

0

210,225,000

158,026,000

5

National Foundation for Technical and Vocational Education – Intermediate Technical Institutes

0

253,491,000

49,360,000

6

Centre for Information and Documentation

0

1,950,000

1,200,000

7

General Centre For Teacher Training

0

2,522,000

2,250,000

8

National Commission for Education, Science, and Culture

0

285,000

400,000

9

Gifted Centre – Benghazi

0

1,575,000

293,000

10

Authority for Educational Technology and Facilities Maintenance

0

20,326,000

8,700,000

11

Islamic Art and Craft School

0

-

800,000

Total

0

4,381,366,000

289,029,000

 

1.

The allocations of Section (1) for the Ministry of Education include a sum of 9,000,000 LYD for remuneration of education inspectors.

2.

The allocations of Section (1) for education include a sum of 40,000,000 LYD for remuneration of examination committees and for faculty sessions.

 

Table No. (9)

Industry Sector and Subordinate Bodies

No.

Body

Revenues

Section (1)

Section (2)

1

Ministry of Industry (1)

0

34,827,000

8,000,000

2

Industry affairs in the regions (2)

0

38,173,000

10,000,000

3

General Authority for Industrial Zones

0

1,672,000

2,000,000

4

National Mining Corporation

3,000,000

715,000

650,000

5

Industrial Research Centre

3,000,000

4,500,000

2,000,000

6

Local Industry Support Fund

0

580,000

2,125,000

7

Centre for Industrial Information and Documentation

0

439,000

500,000

Total

6,000,000

80,906,000

25,275,000

 

1.

The allocations of Section (1) for the Ministry of Industry include a sum of 28,950,000 LYD for the following companies: Al-Khadra Holding Company, General Electronics Company, Tripoli Dairy Company, and Engineering Techniques Services.

2.

The allocations of Section (1) for industry affairs in the regions include the allocations of employees working in the economy sector in the regions. The allocations of each region shall be separated as per the division records drawn up between the two ministries.

 

Table No. (10)

Transportation Sector and Subordinate Bodies

No.

Body

Revenues

Section (1)

Section (2)

1

Ministry of Transportation

70,000

12,272,000

3,000,000

2

Transportation affairs in the regions

0

39,386,000

6,500,000

3

Department of Road Transport

50,000

3,888,000

1,800,000

4

National Meteorological Centre

0

14,730,000

1,171,000

5

Civil Aviation Authority

20,000,000

32,128,000

12,000,000

6

Ports and Marine Transport Authority

25,000,000

13,255,000

2,900,000

7

Centre for Information and Documentation

0

294,000

1,450,000

8

Airports Authority

24,700,000

16,370,000

15,000,000

Total

69,820,000

132,323,000

43,821,000

 

Table No. (11)

Agriculture, Animal and Marine Wealth Sector and Subordinate Bodies

No.

Body

Revenues

Section (1)

Section (2)

1

Ministry of Agriculture, Animal and Marine Wealth (1)

750,000

56,079,000

6,000,000

2

Agriculture, Animal and Marine Wealth affairs in the regions

500,000

154,300,000

5,500,000

3

General Water Authority

200,000

5,113,000

600,000

4

Agricultural Police

75,000

63,033,000

3,000,000

5

Agricultural and Animal Research Centre

40,000

5,730,000

600,000

6

General Authority for Marine Wealth

1,500,000

11,840,000

2,700,000

7

Marine Biology Research Centre

0

1,563,000

700,000

8

Locust and Agricultural Pests Control Centre

21,000

2,920,000

600,000

9

Centre for Information and Documentation

0

405,000

227,000

10

Green Mountain Conservation and Development Authority

0

3,574,000

568,000

11

Grain Production Authority

0

170,000

150,000

12

Development Authority of the  Fezzan Agricultural Zone

0

142,000

400,000

13

Development Authority of the Agricultural Area of Al-Kufra

0

5,580,000

2,250,000

Total

3,086,000

310,449,000

23,295,000

 

1-

The allocations of Section (1) for the Ministry of Agriculture, Animal and Marine Wealth include a sum of 21,680,000 LYD for production complexes for poultry and cattle.

 

Table No. (12)

Social Affairs Sector and Subordinate Bodies

No.

Body

Revenues

Section (1)

Section (2)

1

Ministry of Social Affairs

0

9,460,000

85,000,000

2

Social affairs in the regions

0

19,598,000

10,000,000

3

Public Authority of the Social Solidarity Fund (1)

0

94,000,000

185,000,000

4

Disabled Rehabilitation Centre – Janzour

0

2,698,000

3,500,000

5

Disabled Rehabilitation Centre – Benghazi

0

3,330,000

1,545,000

6

Al-Marj Social Care Complex

0

3,500,000

1,790,000

7

Al-Wafa Elderly Persons' Home

0

2,206,000

1,611,000

8

Sawani Rehabilitation Centre For People with Disabilities

0

15,000,000

11,665,000

9

Social Studies Centre

0

1,050,000

1,150,000

10

Centre for Information and Documentation

0

400,000

300,000

Total

0

147,907,000

304,896,000

 

1-

The allocations of the Public Authority of the Social Solidarity Fund represent the value of the deficit in Fund's budget.

Table No. (13)

Endowments and Religious Affairs Sector and Subordinate Bodies

No.

Body

Revenues

Section (1)

Section (2)

1

Ministry of Endowments and Religious Affairs

4,000,000

16,827,000

52,839,000

2

Institute of Imamate and Rhetoric

0

1,086,000

3,000,000

Total

4,000,000

17,913,000

55,839,000

 

Table No. (14)

Housing and Utilities Sector and Subordinate Bodies

No.

Body

Revenues

Section (1)

Section (2)

1

Ministry of Housing and Utilities

1,500,000

75,137,000

18,000,000

2

Centre for Information and Documentation

0

342,000

500,000

Total

1,500,000

75,479,000

18,500,000

                       

Table No. (15)

Economy Sector and Subordinate Bodies

No.

Body

Revenues

Section (1)

Section (2)

1

Ministry of Economy

10,000,000

0

7,000,000

2

Economic affairs in the regions (1)

0

0

5,000,000

3

Economic Sciences Research Centre

15,000

159,000

260,000

4

General Authority for Investment and Ownership

0

4,736,000

4,500,000

5

Price Stability Fund

0

26,400,000

5,800,000

6

National Program for Small and Medium Enterprises

0

2,968,000

2,800,000

7

Centre for Economic Information and Documentation

0

261,000

750,000

8

Guaranteed Lending Fund for Employment Purposes

0

1,180,000

900,000

Total

10,015,000

35,704,000

27,010,000

                       

1-

The allocations of Section (1) for economy affairs in the regions are included in the allocations for industry affairs in the regions. The allocations are divided up as per the division records drawn up between the two ministries.

 

Table No. (16)

Planning Sector and Subordinate Bodies

No.

Body

Revenues

Section (1)

Section (2)

1

Ministry of Planning Office

0

1,258,000

5,700,000

2

Planning affairs in the regions (1)

0

0

4,600,000

3

National Centre for Specifications and Standards

50,000

1,692,000

3,300,000

4

Survey Authority

100,000

1,200,000

400,000

5

Planning Institute

100,000

911,000

860,000

Total

250,000

5,061,000

14,860,000

                       

1.

The allocations of Section (1) for planning affairs in the regions are included in the allocations for finance affairs in the regions. The allocations of each shall be divided up as per the division records drawn up between the two ministries.

 

Table No. (17)

Defence Sector and Subordinate Bodies

No.

Body

Revenues

Section (1)

Section (2)

1

Ministry of Defence

0

2,387,500,000

1,285,000,000

2

Central Agency for Research and Manufacturing

0

87,772,000

8,800,000

Total

0

2,475,272,000

1,293,800,000

 

Table No. (18)

Assistance to Families of Martyrs and Missing Persons Sector and Subordinate Bodies

No.

Body

Revenues

Section (1)

Section (2)

1

Ministry of Assistance to Families of Martyrs and Missing Persons (1)

0

2,282,000

186,450,000

2

Assistance to families of martyrs and missing persons affairs in the regions

0

2,085,000

950,000

Total

0

4,367,000

187,400,000

 

1.

The allocations of Section (2) for the Ministry of Assistance to Families of Martyrs and Missing Persons include a sum of 175,450,000 LYD for subsidies and aid for the families of martyrs and missing persons.

 

Table No. (19)

Oil and Gas Sector and Subordinate Bodies

No.

Body

Revenues

Section (1)

Section (2)

1

Ministry of Oil and Gas

0

0

0

2

National Oil Corporation

0

976,100,000

2,500,000,000

Total

0

976,100,000

2,500,000,000

 

Table No. (20)

Labour and Capacity Building Sector and Subordinate Bodies

No.

Body

Revenues

Section (1)

Section (2)

1

Ministry of Labour and Capacity Building

1,000,000

1,839,647,000

7,650,000

2

Labour and capacity building affairs in the regions

0

48,527,000

7,500,000

3

Centre for Quality Assurance and Professional Standardisation

0

980,000

820,000

4

National Institute of Management

800,000

3,420,000

1,100,000

5

Centre for Information and Documentation

0

826,000

450,000

Total

1,800,000

1,893,400,000

17,520,000

 

1.

The allocations of Section (1) for the Ministry of Labour and Capacity Building include a sum of 2,833,000,000 LYD for surplus professional cadres.

 

Table No. (21)

Local Government Sector and Subordinate Bodies

No.

Body

Revenues

Section (1)

Section (2)

1

Ministry of Local Government

0

48,000,000

646,857,000

2

Municipal Guards

1,500,000

188,600,000

12,000,000

3

Historic Cities Office

110,000

2,404,000

1,250,000

Total

1,610,000

239,004,000

660,107,000

 

Table No. (22)

Communications and IT Sector and Subordinate Bodies

No.

Body

Revenues

Section (1)

Section (2)

1

Ministry of Communications and IT

273,626,000

9,691,000

63,711,600

Total

273,626,000

9,691,000

63,711,600

 

Table No. (23)

Higher Education and Scientific Research Sector and Subordinate Bodies

No.

Body

Revenues

Section (1)

Section (2)

1

Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research

0

2,665,000

8,000,000

2

Universities

0

915,535,000

685,656,000

3

National Authority for Scientific Research and subordinate centres

0

17,588,000

5,600,000

4

Seconded professors

0

60,000,000

2,000,000

5

Centre for Quality Assurance and Accreditation of Higher Education Institutions

1,000,000

1,865,000

2,000,000

6

Academy of Graduate Studies

0

7,000,000

6,000,000

Total

1,000,000

1,004,653,000

709,256,000

 

 

 

Table No. (23) (cont’d)

Universities

No.

University

Revenues

Section (1)

Section (2)

1

Omar Al-Mukhtar University

0

88,785,000

77,667,000

2

University of Benghazi

0

170,500,000

152,552,000

3

Sirte University

0

50,000,000

53,083,000

4

Sebha University

0

73,227,000

59,436,000

5

Al-Jabal Al-Gharbi University

0

62,630,000

42,450,000

6

Zawiya University

0

120,121,000

59,436,000

7

University of Tripoli

0

174,000,000

111,126,000

8

Nasser International University

0

15,327,000

9,530,000

9

Misrata University

0

66,400,000

36,882,000

10

El-Mergib University

0

80,000,000

59,250,000

11

Al-Asmarya University

0

11,905,000

17,197,000

12

Open University

0

2,640,000

7,047,000

Total

0

915,535,000

685,656,000

 

Table No. (24)

Sports and Youth Sector and Subordinate Bodies

No.

Body

Revenues

Section (1)

Section (2)

1

Ministry of Sports and Youth

0

10,980,000

120,000,000

2

Education Centre

0

5,400,000

2,416,000

Total

0

16,380,000

122,416,000

 

Table No. (25)

Culture and Civil Society Sector and Subordinate Bodies

No.

Body

Revenues

Section (1)

Section (2)

1

Ministry of Culture and Civil Society

100,000

58,078,000

28,000,000

2

Agency for Support and Encouragement of the Press

1,000,000

7,982,000

8,000,000

3

Libyan Broadcasting Corporation

1,250,000

37,000,000

44,550,000

4

Libyan News Agency

50,000

3,082,000

3,800,000

5

Public Broadcasting Centre – Radio Libya

0

2,219,000

1,233,000

6

Al-Madina Multimedia Centre

0

2,651,000

6,000,000

7

New Media Development and Training Centre

42,000

4,727,000

7,000,000

8

General Paper and Printing Company

0

14,500,000

32,455,000

Total

2,442,000

130,239,000

130,988,000

 

Table No. (26)

Electricity and Renewable Energy Sector and Subordinate Bodies

No.

Body

Revenues

Section (1)

Section (2)

1

Ministry of Electricity and Renewable Energies

0

1,000,000

819,000

2

Renewable Energy Authority of Libya

0

1,007,000

1,500,000

Total

0

2,007,000

2,319,000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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