The State Peace and Development Council
The State Supplementary Appropriation Law, 2000
(The State Peace and Development Council Law No. 3/2000)
The 12th Waxing Day of Taboung, 1361 M.E.
(16th March, 2000)
The State Peace and Development Council hereby enacts the following Law:-
Title and Period of Effectiveness
1. (a) This Law shall be called the State Supplementary Appropriation Law,2000.
(b) This Law shall have effect for the 1999-2000 financial year.
Sanctioned Allotment and Administration of Supplementary Expenditures
2. (a) The respective persons who have been assigned responsibility for expenditures sanctioned in schedules (1),(2),(3) and (4) in respect of the State Peace and Development Council, Multi-Party Democracy General Election Commission, Government, Chief Justice, Attorney General, Auditor General Ministries, Departments, State Economic Organizations and Cantonment Municipalities may incur the relevant expenditures shown against them.
(b) Appropriation sanctioned under sub-section (a) shall be deemed to be supplementary expenditure in addition to the appropriation sanctioned under the State Budget Law, 1999.
3. (a) The respective persons who have been assigned responsibility under section 2 may delegate the respective officials subordinate to them to administer the expenditure for which they are responsible.
(b) In administering the expenditure, it shall be in conformity with the provisions of this Law, provisions of the State Budget Law, 1999 relevant laws, rules, regulations, bye-laws, orders, directives and procedures.
Taking of Loans
4. Kyats fifty thousand million is further appropriated in addition to the amount of loans actually received after the execution of loan agreements mentioned in section 13 of the State Budget Law, 1999.
The State Peace and Development Council Multi-Party Democracy General Election Commission, Government, Chief Justice, Attorney-General and Auditor-General
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Ministries and Departments
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State Economic Organizations
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