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National Assembly/Budget 2023: Allocations for the Ministry of Budget and State-owned Entities adopted unanimously

Minister Moussa Sanogo presented this Tuesday, November 8, 2022, before the Economic and Financial Affairs Committee (EFAC) of the National Assembly, the draft budget 2023 of the Ministry of Budget and State-owned Entities.

At the end of the exercise, which is part of the examination of the draft budget law on the State budget for Year 2023, as recommended by the Budgeting Program’s management method, the draft budget presented was adopted unanimously.

The Minister indicated that the overall 2023 budget of his Ministry Department amounts to 392.83 billion CFA francs, which includes 140.37 billion CFA francs for special accounts and 94.06 billion CFA francs for common expenses. This indicates the actual budget of services amounts to 158.4 billion CFA francs, which represents 40% of the total budget of the ministry and 1.4% of the overall budget of the State.

The breakdown by program is 57.1% for the General Administration program, 18.9% for the Budget program, 10.7% for the Customs Program, 8.1% for Taxes, 3.3% for the State-owned entities and 1.8% for public procurement. By type of expenditure, 47.3% was allocated to personnel costs, 24% to investments, 28.1% to goods and services and 0.5% to transfers.

Moussa Sanogo listed the main projects for the 2023 management by program, including the review of the integrated IT system for customs and the rehabilitation of border offices for the customs program; the expansion of the tax population and the rationalization of tax systems for taxes; the extension of SIGOBE to embassies and national public establishments (EPNs) and the spread of the SIGOBE eVendor module for the budget; the continued use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) in the management of public contracts; the reduction of the use of derogatory procedures in favor of competitive procedures; the establishment of an evaluation mechanism for the Boards of Directors of State-owned Entities; the strengthening of thematic controls and audit missions in order to improve the management of public enterprises.

In his presentation, Moussa Sanogo delivered the main results of the current fiscal year within the ministry which implements the State policy in terms of budget, customs, fiscal as well as management of the State-owned entities and public procurement.

He said that during fiscal year 2021, a year marked by an economic growth of 7.4%, tax revenues recorded an increase of 439 billion CFA francs and the budget deficit was 5.1% of GDP against 5.6% in 2020, a reduction of 0.5 percentage point.

In terms of performance, among other points, the Ministry's strategic action program shows 85.5% for a target of 80%, i.e. 5.5 points above the target. With regard to customs revenue, the target was achieved at 107.9%, i.e. 7.9 points above the target. The rate is 105.5 for domestic revenue. The forecast for the signing of performance contracts in the context of the management of the State-owned entities has 


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