With the process of decentralization the municipalities gained more competencies, but also their sources of financing increased, which resulted with growth of the budgets of all municipalities in the period 2005-2011.
When the growth of budget incomes per capita is analyzed in the period 2005-2011, out of the 38 municipalities which submitted data for pravodaznaes.mk regarding their budget in 2005 and 2011, the following municipalities are in the lead:
The following municipalities have the lowest growth of budget incomes during the same period:
When it comes to the average amount of budget incomes per capita during the period 2005-2011, out of 60 municipalities which submitted data for pravodaznaes.mk at least for one year of the analyzed period, the following municipalities have the highest average amount of budget incomes per capita:
The following municipalities have the lowest average amount of budget incomes per capita during the same period:
Part of the budget expenditures of the municipalities are the funds which they allocate for civil society organizations. When these numbers are analyzed it can be noticed that although the budget incomes are growing, the funds for the civil society organizations in 22 out of 30 municipalities which submitted data for pravodaznaes.mk are decreasing.
Municipalities which have the highest percentage growth of the funds allocated for civil society organizations of the budget expenditures for the period 2005-2011 are:
When it comes to the average amount of funds for civil society organization as a percentage of the budget expenditures during the period 2005-2011, out of 53 municipalities which submitted this kind of data for pravodaznaes.mk, at least for one of the analyzed years, municipalities which in average have the highest percentage of allocated funds for civil society organizations are:
Created: 16 October 2013
Last Updated: 16 October 2013