Thèmes - Financing
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|A/60/7/Add.12||24.Ensuring a stable cash flow is an essential precondition for uninterrupted financing of the project costs. Therefore, the Secretary-General proposes that the Committee on Contributions be requested to make a recommendation to the General Assembly at its sixty-first session on the possibility of imposing interest to be charged for late payment of the assessed contributions to the capital master plan account as an exception to the present policy. The Advisory Committee understands that the need for uninterrupted financing of the capital master plan is extremely important. It is of the view that the question of charging interest should be addressed by the Assembly as a matter of policy.||2005|
|A/61/485||17. The Advisory Committee has recognized the fluid nature of peacekeeping operations and the fact that changing conditions can result in expenditure variations, especially in new missions or those with expanded mandates. ONUB, however, is an established mission and a greater degree of budgetary stability with accurate cost estimate projections is to be expected. Moreover, the Committee has pointed to problems of overbudgeting for ONUB in the past. For example, the original budget proposal for the 2004/05 period amounted to $333,174,000; in its report (A/59/412, para. 33) the Committee recommended a reduction to $329,714,400, which was endorsed by the General Assembly in its resolution 59/15 A. Meanwhile, the performance report for the corresponding period (A/60/612) indicates expenditures in the amount of $303,794,300, or $29,379,700 (9 per cent) below the original budget proposal. 18. The Advisory Committee reiterates its recommendation that budgetary assumptions continue to be refined with closer scrutiny of expenditure patterns by ONUB and by Headquarters (see A/60/893, para. 8). The Committee comments below on the relation of the expenditure experience for the 2005/06 period to the budgetary assumptions for the 2006/07 period.||2006|