DIRECT. Monthly plenary of the Martinique Assembly: the 2023 administrative and management account under the microscope

DIRECT. Monthly plenary of the Martinique Assembly: the 2023 administrative and management account under the microscope
DIRECT. Monthly plenary of the Martinique Assembly: the 2023 administrative and management account under the microscope

Thursday June 20 and Friday June 21, 2024, the elected representatives of the Assembly of Martinique meet in plenary. Among the items on the agenda are the supplementary budget for the 2024 financial year, as well as the administrative and management account for the 2023 financial year. Follow the debates live in this article.

Finances will occupy a large place during the monthly plenary of the Assembly of Martinique, Thursday June 20 and Friday June 21, 2024.

The territorial advisors will analyze closely, in particular the management and administrative account for the 2023 financial year.

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The administrative account presents the accounting results for the financial year, made up of actual spending (mandates) and revenue (titles), compared to the forecasts or authorizations initially entered in the budget.

It must be submitted by the authorizing officer for approval to the Deliberative Assembly which adopts it definitively by “a vote before June 30 of the year following the close of the financial year”.

The management account traces budgetary operations in terms of expenditure and revenue, using a presentation similar to that of the administrative account. The management account is also submitted to the vote of the deliberative assembly which can thus note the strict concordance of the two documents (administrative account and management account).

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Among other items on the agenda:

  • The supplemental budget for fiscal year 2024;
  • The convergence and transformation contract (CCT) 2024-2027;
  • The transfer of 50 geometric steps;
  • The State/CTM partnership agreement for flood prevention on the RN5;
  • The territorial maritime employment support system;
  • The project to revise the multi-annual energy programming (PPE).
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