CCAAP

The Committee on Quotas and Administrative and Budgetary Affairs (CCAAP) was created by resolution CG/Res.106 (V) of the General Conference of OPANAL, adopted on April 21, 1977.

Currently, the Member States of the CCAAP are: Belize, Brazil, Ecuador, Mexico y Uruguay who assumes the presidency of the Commission. Members of the CCAAP were elected for the 2024-2027 mandate (CG/Res.20/2023).

Article 8 of the Financial Regulation establishes that the CCAAP will observe the execution of the provisions of the Financial Regulations and will report to the Council on each of its meetings. Likewise, it will have the following functions:

a) review, analyze and make recommendations with respect to the Budget and Scale of Contributions presented by the Secretary General in accordance with Chapter IV of the Financial Regulations;
 
b) evaluate extraordinary expenses, in accordance with Article 13;
 
c) suggest specific actions so that Member States that have debts with OPANAL comply with their financial obligations;
 
d) evaluate the reports presented by the Secretary General on the financial situation of OPANAL and the execution of the Budget;
 
e) examine the Financial Statements certified by the External Auditor, prior to their presentation to the Council and the General Conference
 
f) guide the Secretary General in administrative and budgetary matters according to the instructions of the Council and the General Conference

The Committee on Quotas and Administrative and Budgetary Affairs (CCAAP) was created by resolution CG/Res.106 (V) of the General Conference of OPANAL, adopted on April 21, 1977.

Currently, the Member States of the CCAAP are: Argentina, Belize, Brazil, Ecuador and Mexico who assumes the presidency of the Commission

Article 8 of the Financial Regulation establishes that the CCAAP will observe the execution of the provisions of the Financial Regulations and will report to the Council on each of its meetings. Likewise, it will have the following functions:

a) review, analyze and make recommendations with respect to the Budget and Scale of Contributions presented by the Secretary General in accordance with Chapter IV of the Financial Regulations;

b) evaluate extraordinary expenses, in accordance with Article 13;

c) suggest specific actions so that Member States that have debts with OPANAL comply with their financial obligations;

d) evaluate the reports presented by the Secretary General on the financial situation of OPANAL and the execution of the Budget;

e) examine the Financial Statements certified by the External Auditor, prior to their presentation to the Council and the General Conference and

f) guide the Secretary General in administrative and budgetary matters according to the instructions of the Council and the General Conference.

 

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