The Court of Accounts has published its 2021 Central Government Budget Report,
accompanied by 64 budget performance analyses. The year 2021 was marked by significant central government interventions, particularly due to the ongoing health crisis and the ramping up of the recovery plan. On the other hand, Central Government revenues benefited from a significant improvement in the economic situation compared to 2020. Ultimately, the Central Government budget deficit remains high in 2021, reflecting significant and equally large increases in revenue and expenditures. The analysis of the year 2021 highlights several budgetary risks for the future, including significant carry-over of allocations and the increase in the interest expenditure.