Most current: 17/11/2011
The vice president economic|economical, of Entrepreneurial Promotion and of Employment|Occupation, Josep Ignasi Aguiló, has given today the president of the Parliament, Pere Rotger, the Bill of General Budgets of the Autonomous Community of the Balearic Islands for 2012, with which the parliamentary procedure is initiated. From today, a process in which the Chamber has to examine starts the text that approved the Council|Piece of Advice of Government on the last 31 of October so that he|she|it amends it and if it|he|she is proper approves it|him|her, so that it can come into force on 1 January of next year.
The budget of 2012 foresees a rise of 8,5% in relation to the budget of 2010 -the formally approved last one-, until arrives at 3.674.902.322 euros. Since the public accounts|bills are strongly marked by the indebtedness, 1 of every 5 euros is destined to paying the banks|benches, in such a way that the amortizations will grow 715% with respect to two years ago, by the text.
In spite of its|his|her|their austere character, the budget under no circumstances means|supposes a dribble of the social policies|politics, to such an extent that|to the extent that 3 of every 4 euros of the non financial expense is destined in this area. In return, important reductions have been carried out in the chapters of investments|inversions and of subsidies|grants.
The "realistic" look of the public accounts|bills for 2012 starts|puts also of manifesto in which it has been carried out foreseeing a royal fall|slope of the tax income, and in which they do not contemplate any measure of extraordinary entry|income, as|like the sale of heritage|patrimony, the application of the tax of the heritage|patrimony or the statutory investments|inversions.
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