A list of projects and programs which were supposed to be delivered within 2017, but not all of them could be finalized. This is the situation with the list of projects which were supposed to be completed last year with taxpayers’ money. The 2017 actual budget shows that a number of these projects were not delivered. This document (which shows how the taxpayers’ money is spent) suggests that out of a total of 1347 planned projects, ministries have only managed to deliver 1174 projects. Meanwhile, 109 projects could only partially be delivered and 64 projects could not be delivered at all. “Out of 1347 projects planned for 2017, only 87% of them have been fully completed, while 8% of them have been partially completed. Meanwhile, 4.75% of projects planned for 2017 have not been delivered at all”, experts of the ministry of Finance explain, proving that at the end of the year, there’s always a number of projects which fail to be delivered.
According to the figures being supplied, the ministry of Infrastructure and Energy has the largest number of undelivered projects. Out of 122 projects, this ministry could not deliver 32 of them. Meanwhile, 33 projects belonging to this ministry have only partially been delivered, while the number of those projects which were fully completed was 57. The second ministry where there are a large number of undelivered projects last year was the ministry of Health and Social Care with 15 projects. The ministry of Education, Sport and Youth came third on the list with 8 undelivered projects.