Extraordinary Budget

Extraordinary Budget

 

(Russian, chrezvychainyi biudzhei), part of the state budget in Russia in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. From 1894 the state budget of tsarist Russia comprised an ordinary budget and an extraordinary budget. The revenues of the latter were made up of receipts from the sale of government property and loan payments by railroad companies. Disbursements from the extraordinary budget went toward railroad construction and equipment and toward expenditures necessitated by natural disasters, wars, and the prepayment of loans. The extraordinary budget was abolished in May 1919.

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NNA - Minister of Finance, Ali Hassan Khalil said on Saturday, via his Twitter account that "the deficit could have been even lower, but that would have required additional burdens on on the middle- and lower-class people." "We have committed ourselves to adopting an extraordinary budget that cuts the deficit to the best possible rate, reorganizes the management of public funds, and strengthens confidence in the state for its citizens and the world," he added.
In terms of providing needs, essential services, the Treasurer, Josh Frydenberg, has recently, just in the last half hour, announced an extraordinary budget turn around.
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With that motivation, over a period of great strategic transition, preparing for a full spectrum of threats after 14 years of counter-insurgency, and at a time of extraordinary budget turbulence--John has reset and recalibrated our force, and forged a strong foundation on which to build even greater excellence.
He said that government spending and its extraordinary budget was one factor boosting domestic demand.
In addition, SDSM demand that donations from legal entities should not exceed 30,000 euros, as extraordinary budget spending should be made only in case of a natural disaster.
Speaking with reporters in New York, Noda also said he will compile the third extraordinary budget for the current fiscal year after fully hearing what the opposition bloc has to say about it.
Extraordinary budget cuts, earlier prophesized by many critics of the government, will not be needed.
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Even with little funding this year, it will be valuable to receive the legislative plans for what will be funded, Lubitz said, and the court work is being done with the knowledge of the extraordinary budget pressures faced by the lawmakers.
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