Resolution Res(2006)33
on the European Pharmacopoeia
2007 Budget

(Adopted by the Committee of Ministers on 13 December 2006
at the 983rd meeting of the Ministers’ Deputies)

The Committee of Ministers, under the terms of Article 16 of the Statute of the Council of Europe and in its composition restricted to the Representatives of the States Parties to the Convention on the elaboration of a European Pharmacopoeia,1

Having regard to Articles 4, 19, 21, 22 and 28 of the Financial Regulations;

Having regard to Resolution Res(2006)32 of 13 December 2006 fixing the scale of contributions of member states to the budget of the European Pharmacopoeia with effect from 1 January 2007;

Having regard to Article 5, paragraph 1 of Resolution (91) 18 of 17 June 1991, setting up within the framework of the budget of the European Pharmacopoeia a Subsidiary Budget for the Biological Substances Standardisation Programme;

Having regard to the accession of the European Communities to the Convention on the elaboration of a European Pharmacopoeia on 21 June 1994;

Having regard to paragraph 5 of Resolution (97) 48 on the European Pharmacopoeia – 1998 Budget of 11 December 1997 setting up within the framework of the budget of the European Pharmacopoeia a Subsidiary Budget – Development, Research and Multimedia;

Having regard to the draft budget for 2007 submitted by the Secretary General (document CM(2006)146 vol3);

Having regard to the Budget Committee's report of 29 September 2006 (document CM(2006)165),

Resolves as follows:

1. The European Pharmacopoeia budget of expenditure for 2007, totalling €15 882 300 divided into heads and sub-heads according to Table A appended hereto and the budget of receipts totalling €15 882 300 according to Table B appended hereto are hereby approved.

2. The total of the budget of receipts shall be a function of collected receipts and adjusted accordingly in the course of the financial year.

3. Approval is hereby given to the apportionment, among the States Parties to the Convention, of the contributions for 2007, totalling €3 178 200 according to Table C appended hereto.

4. Approval is hereby given within the framework of the European Pharmacopoeia budget, according to Table D appended hereto, to the authorisation of expenditure and receipts totalling €3 264 100, which constitute the subsidiary budget of the Biological Standardisation Programme for 2007.

5. In the event of there being a credit balance on the subsidiary budget of the Biological Standardisation Programme for 2006 at the close of that financial year, the budgets of receipts and of expenditure of the subsidiary budget for 2007 shall each be adjusted by an amount equal to the 2006 credit balance by means of its transfer to the subsidiary budget for 2007. Total expenditure shall not exceed total income, the total of the budget of receipts shall be a function of collected receipts; the budget of receipts and the budget of expenditure shall be adjusted accordingly in the course of the year.

6. Approval is hereby given within the framework of the European Pharmacopoeia budget, according to Table E (Votes I-III) appended hereto, to the authorisation of expenditure and receipts totalling €10 735 000 which constitute the Subsidiary Budget – Publications, Development, Certification and Conferences.

7. In the event of there being a credit balance on the Subsidiary Budget – Publications, Development, Certification and Conferences for 2006 at the close of that financial year, the budgets of receipts and of expenditure of the subsidiary budget for 2007 shall each be adjusted by an amount equal to the 2006 credit balance by means of its transfer to the subsidiary budget for 2007. Total expenditure shall not exceed total income; the total of the budget of receipts shall be a function of collected receipts; the budget of receipts and the budget of expenditure shall be adjusted accordingly in the course of the year.

Appendix to Resolution Res(2006)33

1 States concerned: Austria, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Republic of Serbia, Slovak Republic, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, “the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia”, Turkey and United Kingdom.



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