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Vejonis to promulgate bill on temporary budget and EUR 8.3 million allocation for Emergency Medical Service employees' wages

Vejonis to promulgate bill on temporary budget and EUR 8.3 million allocation for Emergency Medical Service employees' wages

12.12.2018

Latvian President Raimonds Vejonis on December 12 will promulgate the amendments to the law on budget and financial management intended to resolve the issues arising from a delayed adoption of the 2019 state budget, LETA learned from the President’s Chancellery

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Vejonis to promulgate bill on temporary budget and EUR 8.3 million allocation for Emergency Medical Service employees' wages

Vejonis to promulgate bill on temporary budget and EUR 8.3 million allocation for Emergency Medical Service employees' wages

12.12.2018

Latvian President Raimonds Vejonis on December 12 will promulgate the amendments to the law on budget and financial management intended to resolve the issues arising from a delayed adoption of the 2019 state budget, LETA learned from the President’s Chancellery

Estonia to support churches from state budget instead of reserve fund

Estonia to support churches from state budget instead of reserve fund

06.12.2018

Minister of Public Administration Janek Maggi on Thursday is to make a proposal to the Estonian government to declare invalid the government's orders to allocate support to the Estonian Evangelical Lutheran Church (EELK) and the Estonian Apostolic Orthodox Church (EAOK) from the Ownership Reform Reserve Fund as the money will be allocated to the churches straight from the state budget, reported LETA/BNS.


Lithuanian government okays improved draft budget for 2019

Lithuanian government okays improved draft budget for 2019

04.12.2018

The Lithuanian government approved on Wednesday an improved draft budget for 2019, allocating additional funds for municipal budgets and educators' salaries, informed LETA/BNS.

EUR 642 mln necessary in coming three years to increase medics’ wages by 20% - Latvian Health Ministry's report

EUR 642 mln necessary in coming three years to increase medics’ wages by 20% - Latvian Health Ministry's report

26.11.2018

In order to increase medics’ wages by 20% in 2019, 2020 and 2021, in total EUR 641.6 mln are needed, according to the report prepared by the Health Ministry writes LETA.


21.11.2018

European Commission approves Latvia's 2019 draft budgetary plan

The European Commission has approved Latvia's 2019 draft budgetary plan, pointing out that the plan is broadly compliant with the Stability and Growth Pact for 2019, informed LETA.

21.11.2018

Fiscal discipline watchdog warns about necessity to cut Latvian budget expenditure

With the current policy persisting, in the future there are budget consolidation risks and it will be necessary to cut budget expenditure, Fiscal Discipline Council head Janis Platais told LETA.

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