External Debt of BiH Comprises 70% of Total Debt

The 26th session of Committee on Finance and Budget of the Parliamentary Assembly’s HoR of BiH (PSBiH). In this session the Information on state of public indebtedness of BiH on December 31, 2015 was accepted. The external debt comprises 70.38% of the total debt while the internal debt comprises 29.6%. The state of internal debt is not complete due to the incomplete information delivered by the lower levels to the Ministry of Finance and Treasury of BiH. In the total debt of BiH, the Federation of BiH participates with 55%, Republika Srpska with 44% and Br?ko District with 0.3%.

The Report on activities of the Office for considering appeals for 2015 was adopted. The Office emphasized that they lack capacities and that they annually have a vast number of appeals required to be solved in a very short time period. In 2015 there were 1820 appeals, and 3 penalty and one criminal appeal were filed.

The Information of the Indirect Taxation Administration of BiH (UNO BiH) was acknowledged in reference to the activities taken in realizing the recommendations from the Report on the performed audit of effect on the topic “Managing Customs Terminals”. The conclusion requesting the Board of Directors of the UNO BiH and the UNO BiH to completely realize the recommendations of the Auditing Office of the Institutions in BiH in reference to the topic “Managing the Customs Terminals” was adopted.


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