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The government will deal with the state budget and the fight against methanol poisoning


PRAGUE (MEDIAFAX) - The draft state budget for next year 100miliardovým deficit will be the main point of Wednesday's meeting. Prime Minister Petr Necas (ODS), but will also seek information from the Ministers of Agriculture, Health and Interior, which take action in the fight against methanol poisoning.

Prime Minister considers the developments around the methanol poisoning, which during the last days of seven people have died under very serious. Ministers would have to submit information on the measures that have been taken to prevent the risk of further tragedies. The Prime Minister wants to intensify checks to detect as soon as possible culprits. If necessary, there will be short term, he said a task force to coordinate the action of all parties involved state.

The government will also discuss the draft state budget for next year that a deficit in the amount of 2.9 percent of GDP, 100 billion at a growth of one percent.

Next year he wants Finance Minister Miroslav Kalousek (TOP 09) to get into the state treasury the same amount of money as the previous year, with 1.084 trillion crowns. Government spending should however decrease by five billion crowns to 1.184 trillion crowns. Mandatory spending should increase next year by 4.3 billion to 695.1 billion, non-mandatory spending would be contrary to decline by 9.3 billion crowns. In subsequent years, the ministry wants to reduce the deficit in 2014 is expected to decline to 2.5 percent of GDP, and a year later to 1.6 percent.

To sustain the proposed deficit for next year, however, is passing legislation such as increases both the VAT rate by one percentage point to 15 or 21 percent, introduces seven percent "solidarity" tax on people with incomes of more than 100,000 crowns a month, and other changes. The proposal has been rejected by the Senate last week, MPs did not approve, the government would therefore decided lawmakers submit again, but this time with a vote of confidence in the Cabinet of Prime Minister Petr Necas (ODS).

Consolidation measures include indexation of pensions such as slowing the rise in inflation-third and one-third increase in real wages. The condition for the reality of the budget is also able to draw money from public enterprises, the Ministry of Finance is planning for 2013 to convert four billion crowns from the Forests of the Czech Republic to the state budget.

Kalousek Department is convinced that the proposed measures will save 25.6 billion crowns, on the revenue side wants to get 32.4 billion crowns. Without these steps, the budget deficit climbed up to 158 billion crowns.

Ministers will also address the budgets of state funds. Ministry of Transport, urges the Government at their meeting yesterday approved the budget of the State Fund for Transport Infrastructure (SFTI) with spending up by 1.5 billion lower. The fund would be the case with the consent of the Cabinet in 2013 to take advantage of 64.5 billion crowns.

Another discussion point will be spending the State Housing Development Fund (SFRB), which should be in 2013 climb to 2.583 billion crowns. But if the fund does not get permission to cross their specified budget limits, the risk is that it will not be able to meet its obligations from previous years.

Another major proposal to be submitted by the Minister of Industry and Trade Martin Kuba (ODS) is to update the National Energy Policy (NEP), against that morning, before the Office of the Government to demonstrate environmental organizations. The concept of the future plans to increase the proportion of kernels for domestic electricity production from the current 33 to 50 to 60 percent.

SEC allows for annual share of electricity production from domestic resources to the electricity consumption in the Czech Republic for at least 80 percent. In addition to this core would generate electricity to be involved especially renewable and secondary sources (18 to 25 percent increase from the current less than ten percent), brown and black coal (down from the current 60 to 15 to 25 percent) and natural gas (the proportion of five to 15 percent).

MPO plan is to strengthen the core role in energy production and maximum utilization of waste heat from nuclear power plants. SEC therefore envisages the construction of two new units at Temelin NPP, as well as to extend the operation of the current four blocks and construction of a new, fifth block in Dukovany. "It is also necessary territorial demarcation of sites for possible further development of the IS after 2040," the SEC.

The heat should be according to the documents of the Ministry of produce from domestic sources at least 70 percent. Its production was to participate in particular core, coal, renewable sources and secondary sources, including waste.

Together with the SEC goes to the government and draft mineral policy of the Czech Republic. According to the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MIT), it's time to demolish the cliché that mining is inherently destructive industry."There are dozens of examples from the Czech Republic and hundreds of examples from EU Member States today that can be minerals in most cases conquer methods that are environmentally friendly," says the draft policy updates Ingredients CR.

Minister of Cuba previously pointed out that in the case of coal, the senior energy policy a significant problem. Not admit breaking the mining limits and at the same time in 2020 allowed for coal, which without them breaking can not be obtained. Nevertheless, the Minister of Industry and Trade said that the limits are broken for the time being is not current.

Jan Drahorád, Jan Soukup, drahorad@mediafax.cz

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