Government

What is the Budget Debate?

The Annual Budget indicates what will be done with the finances of the country over the course of a year. The purpose of the Budget is to decide how much money the Government plans to expend on security, roads, water, housing and other services it provides.

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Budget Debate Explained

The Budget Debate provides the Government with the opportunity to take stock of its performance over the previous fiscal year, to measure its progress in relation to the targets previously set and to assess the effectiveness of its management of the country's finances.

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Budget Glossary

Here is a list of key terms and their meanings used during the Budget Debate: - Recurrent Expenditure - Capital Expenditure - Appropriation Act - Estimates of Expenditure

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Latest News

FLA to Get Executive Authority

Work is underway to draft amendments to the Firearms Act that will ascribe executive authority to the Firearm Licensing Authority (...

60 Police Facilities to Be Renovated this Fiscal Year

For this fiscal year (2019/2020), some 60 police facilities are earmarked for renovation. To date, repairs have been effected to 17 facilities, of ...

Support For Low-Scoring PEP Students

Minister without Portfolio with responsibility for Education, Youth and Information, Hon. Karl Samuda, says that students who did not perform ...

Special Education Unit Gets $1.2 Billion

The Ministry of Education, Youth and Information’s Special Education Unit has received funding of more than $1.2 billion for the 2019/20 ...

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Budget Debate and Sectoral Speeches for Financial Year 2019/2020