Regulation C/REG.10/12/03 Approving the Budget of the Community Court of Justice for the 2004 Financial Year

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Economic Community of West African States

Regulation C/REG.10/12/03 Approving the Budget of the Community Court of Justice for the 2004 Financial Year

The Council of Ministers,MINDFUL of Articles 10, 11 and 12 of the ECOWAS Treaty establishing the Council of Ministers and defining its composition and functions;MINDFUL of Article 15 of the Treaty establishing the Community Court of Justice;MINDFUL of Protocol A/P.1/7/91 defining the status, composition, powers, procedure and other issues concerning the Community Court of Justice;MINDFUL of the provisions of Article 69 of the Treaty which relate to the budget of the Community;MINDFUL of the Financial Regulations and Manual of Accounting Procedures of the Institutions of ECOWAS amended by Regulation C/REG.2/12/95;HAVING CONSIDERED the budget of the Community Court of Justice proposed by the Thirtieth meeting of the Administration and Finance Commission held in Accra, from 8 to 15 December 2003;ENACTS

Article 1

The budget of the Community Court of Justice for the 2004 Financial Year, balanced in income and expenditure at the sum of Three million, nine hundred and ten thousand, five hundred and three Units of Accounts (3,910,503 UA) is hereby approved.

Article 2

1.An amount of Two million, eight hundred and sixty thousand Units of Accounts (UA 2,860,000) shall be derived from the Community Levy.
2.An additional amount in the sum of One million, and fifty thousand, five hundred and three Units of Accounts (1,050,503 UA) shall be derived from arrears of contributions and from other sources.

Article 3

This Regulation shall be published by the Executive Secretariat in the Official Journal of the Community within thirty (30) days of its signature by the Chairman of the Council of Ministers. It shall also be published by each Member State in its National Gazette within the same time-frame.
Done at Accra, this 18th day of December 2003Hon. (Dr) Kofi Konadu AprakuChairman for Council
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