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Parliamentary questions
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8 October 2012
Question for written answer E-009027-12
to the Commission
Rule 117
Edward Scicluna (S&D)

 Subject:  Cohesion policy funds — state of play
 Answer in writing 

In the Commission’s answer to a question of 5 July 2011 concerning cohesion policy funds for Malta under the 2007-2013 programme, Commissioner Hahn said that, at that point in time, the Commission ‘had no concerns about Malta’ and ‘was convinced that [Malta] was actually going to achieve its agreed spending targets’.

In view of the mid-term evaluation carried out by the Commission in 2011:
1. Does the Commission have any concerns relating to the levels of expenditure as regards funds declared and certified in 2012?
2. What percentage of the funds allocated for 2009 (to be recommitted by 2012) have been certified and had their declaration of expenditure submitted to the Commission?
3. Will Malta have to use part of the advance payment provided by the EU in order to cover the 2009 allocation?
4. Can the Commission explain the current state of play with regard to the total amount of funds allocated to Malta which have been certified and declared to it for the 2007-2013 programme?
5. What are the main factors hindering Malta from keeping up to date with its declaration of expenditure to the Commission?
 OJ C 294 E, 10/10/2013
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