Press release from the Council of Ministers of Wednesday, September 21, 2022

The Council of Ministers met in ordinary session on Wednesday, September 21, 2022, in its deliberation room at the Koulouba Palace, under the chairmanship of Colonel Assimi GOITA, President of the Transition, Head of State.

After reviewing the items on the agenda, the Board:

adopted draft texts;

and heard communications.

IN THE CHAPTER OF LEGISLATIVE AND REGULATORY MEASURES

1. On the report of the Minister of Transport and Infrastructure, the Council of Ministers adopted a draft decree amending Decree No. 09-178/P-RM of 27 April 2009 establishing the fee for issuing consignment notes.

The consignment note is the document that establishes the contract for the carriage of goods. It constitutes proof of the existence of a contract for the carriage of movable property, by which the carrier undertakes mainly and for remuneration to move by road, from one place to another and by means of a vehicle, the goods given to him by the owner.

The fee rate for issuing consignment notes, applied to all road transport of goods, remains to this day one of the lowest in the sub-region.

This draft decree is adopted to raise the rate of the royalty within the limits in accordance with sub-regional practices.

This increase will make it possible to increase the internal resources of the Malian Council of Road Transporters and to create, along the road corridors and in the agglomerations, line infrastructures, such as car parks, parking areas, bus stations and service areas. on duty.

2. On the report of the Minister of Economy and Finance, the Council of Ministers adopted a bill on the Finance Act for the 2023 financial year.

The 2023 finance bill is the sixth budget presented in program mode.

Budget revenue forecasts for the 2023 financial year amount to 2,199.908 billion CFA francs versus 1,982.440 billion CFA francs in the 2022 amended finance law, i.e. an increase of 217.467 billion CFA francs, corresponding to an increase of 10.97%.

The budget expenditure forecasts for the 2023 financial year amount to 2,895.903 billion CFA francs versus 2,647.028 billion CFA francs in the 2022 amended finance law, i.e. an increase of 248.874 billion CFA francs, i.e. a progression of 9.40%.

The 2023 Budget presents an overall deficit of CFAF 695.995 billion versus CFAF 664.588 billion in the 2022 amended finance law, i.e. an increase of 4.73%.

3- On the report of the Minister of Town Planning, Housing, Domains, Territorial Development and Population, the Council of Ministers adopted a draft decree relating to the allocation to the Ministry of Territorial Administration and Decentralization of plots of land, subject of Land Titles No. 720, No. 721 and No. 722 of Commune III of the District of Bamako.

The plots of land with respective areas of 37 ares 16 centiares, 13 ares 20 centiares and 5 ares 9 centiareslocated in Sogonafing, are intended to house the school, the Community Health Center and the Secondary Civil Status Center of Koulouba.

The relocation of these structures from Koulouba to Sogonafing is part of the implementation of security measures.

IN THE CHAPTER OF COMMUNICATIONS

1. On the report of the Minister of Town Planning, Housing, Lands, Territorial Development and Population, the Council of Ministers took note ofa written communication relating to the terms of application of certain provisions of the State and Land Act.

With a view to adapting the State and Land Law to its context, Ordinance No. 2020-014/PT-RM of December 24, 2020 was adopted.

This new law introduced several innovations in state and land management. In practice, some of these innovations, to receive a correct and uniform application on the part of the technical services, must be explained.

This communication is approved for this purpose. It offers solutions for simplifying and harmonizing practices at the level of the various Domain offices.

2. The Minister of Mines, Energy and Water informed the Council of Ministers of the Decisions of the 58eme session of the Council of Ministers of the Integrated Development Authority of the Liptako-Gourma States held in Niamey on September 16, 2022.

This 58th ordinary session, placed under the theme “revitalization of the Integrated Development Authority of the Liptako-Gourma States for security and sustainable development in the Member States”, took the decision to entrust:

the Presidency of the Council of Ministers in Mali from September 17, 2022 through its Minister of Mines, Energy and Water;

the post of Acting Executive Secretary, effective October 1, 2022, to Mrs. Hawaii AWof Malian nationality and in charge of the Stabilization Project of the

United Nations Development Program at the Liptako-Gourma Authority.

3. The Minister of Health and Social Development informed the Council of Ministers of the evolution of the Coronavirus disease marked by a decrease in the number of cases tested positive compared to the previous week.

The President of the Transition, Head of State, however, reminded the population to strictly respect the measures to prevent and fight against the disease.

Bamako, September 21, 2022

Le Secretary General of the Government,

Mahamadou DAGNO

OffivsIer of the National Order

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