Exumbran Council Decision on the Ordinary Budget and Commission Budgets for the year 2013
rules and guidelines for budget size calculations
|body||budget size||juridical source|
|Office||2mln + (0.2mln × #member.states)||this Council Decision|
|Council||3mln + (0.1mln × #member.states)|
|Parliament||1.5mln + (15,000 × #member.of.PEC)|
|commission and program budgets|
|commission or program||budget size||juridical source|
|ESC||0.02% of sum GDP||ECR.ESC|
|EDC||0.2% of sum APD||ECR.EDC|
|EIC||0.005% of sum GDP||ECR.EIC|
|ESIB||0.007% of sum GDP||ECR.ESIB|
(# stands for 'number of')
Ordinary Budget and Commission Budgets for the year 2013
|total||Adzhatia||Chimor||Dhram Pha||Harrawi||Huenan||Khusqaikama||Kpwahele & N||Kronenburg||New Courland|
- For calculation guidelines, see above.
- Ordinary contribution is the part of the total costs of the Convention a country must pay for its membership. These total costs are divided by ratio of GDP. See: Exumbran Council Regulation on the Contribution Quotas (ECR.CQ).
- Special contributions are additional payments to the Convention or one of its institutes or additional payments for the functioning of one or more of the Conventions organs by special agreement between the Convention and that member state. See below for specifications.
- EIDI is the ESC contribution to the national EIDI in each member state.
- EDC-TSF is the target share of EDC funds available. This is merely a target and the Exumbran Development Commission (EDC) can deviate from this target as much as it considers justifiable.
- "tot.hyp.benef." stands for total hypothetical benefits. This is a rough target of what the country in question can expect in benefits from the Convention, not including (other) ESC and EIC grants and subsidies.
- "hyp. sum" is total contributions minus total hypothetical benefits. If this is positive, then the country in question is a net payer; if this is negative, then the country in question is expected to be a net receiver.
provision for delayed entry into force
If the Treaty of the Exumbran Convention enters into force after January 1, 2013, then all budgets shall be multiplied by the number of remaining days in that year divided by 365.
Delayed ratification does not affect a country's yearly contribution (otherwise than the above provision, which applies to all countries).
Special contributions are additional payments to the Convention or one of its institutes or additional payments for the functioning of one or more of the Conventions organs by special (formal) agreement between the Convention and that member state. Note that actual costs for the countries involved may be higher. The special contributions are the amounts that the countries in question have agreed to contribute minimally to the costs of the organs mentioned.
(National contributions towards national EIDIs do not count as special contributions, because national EIDIs are national institutes partly funded by the Convention; not Exumbran institutes partly funded by the host country.)
- Harrawi: $1 mln for housing and security of ESIB (the remainder to be paid by ESIB itself).
- Huenan: $1 mln for housing and support costs of EDC; $1 mln for housing and support costs of the coordinating office of EIDI.
- Khusqaikama: $8.5 mln for housing and support costs of EIAS; $0.5 mln for housing and support costs of ESC.
- Kronenburg: $3 mln for housing and security of the Office.