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Law 13, on Public Works,lv which at Article 1 considers as is of the age provided for in the law on social security (la ley previsional) for. Tema(s): Seguridad social. Tipo de legislación: Ley. Adoptado el: Entry into force: Publicado el: Bundesgesetzblatt, ISN: AUTL & In: KOZ | Ot, M.J., WHAT LEY, F.R. (ed.).

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The transportation sector is expected to be the primary focus of the PAG, including completion of the Benin-Niger railway linking Cotonou and Niamey, highway renovation in the north entering Togo and Nigeria, and upgrades to the Port of Cotonou. Following the end of the civil war, Guatemala sought new forms of financing though multilateral development banks and the Social Entrepreneurship Program Programa de Empresariado Social. Main challenges for PPP infrastructure development The main challenge for the country lies in restoring investor confidence in order to raise the required financing—both at the federal and provincial levels—after years of underinvestment.

The main challenge the government of Jamaica faces is building the institutional capacity and knowledge to be able to execute projects in a consistent and efficient manner.

Indeed, there was a drop in the number of concessions tendered and concluded in The project is being relaunched in Belarus Overview of the infrastructure sector and PPPs From onwards the Belarusian government has pursued an investment promotion policy.

While the Pristina Airport project was strongly championed by the previous government, current political leaders support PPP projects in a more tepid manner, often preferring simpler forms of financing.

As there is no designated law on PPPs, projects are governed by the civil code and other relevant legislation. To date, the government has used the PPP modality to build a road, renewable energy plants, and a container terminal, but efforts to build an airport have not been successful.

These laws outline the legal framework for the creation, construction, development, utilisation, maintenance, modernisation and expansion of infrastructure, highways, highways, ports, airports, generation projects, electrical and railway conduction, and commercialisation, including the provision of equipment and associated complementary services.

The framework has been effective in 1364 investment and the country has experienced a moderate recovery driven in part 1064 investments in public infrastructure.

Procurement for the civil airport in Sofia has recently been cancelled. For example, while the CNC may have been developed as a PPP unit, it has not adequately acted as such due to high levels of institutional fragmentation. Following the regulatory changes from the Constitution, the government renegotiated several projects, including oilfield concessions and the Quito international airport, and no new PPP concessions were awarded until One is the lack of ely community consultation to guide project selection and secure public support for projects.

In institutional terms, the country went through two significant changes in To date, under this new framework, the Ministry of Transport and Public Works has been the most active in developing and awarding projects: This reflects the fragmented and complex institutional setting—consisting of more than 40 public entities—which has impeded a uniform, long-term vision and strategic planning to establish clear project pipelines.


The government tendered the Norman Manley Airport project inbut did not leg any bids for it. Both the framework for PPPs and feasibility studies must take these concerns into account, requiring informational meetings with local communities to describe the scope and benefits of proposed projects, as well as actions that will be taken to mitigate any negative effects they may have.

In general Brazil has struggled to bridge its infrastructure gap. Furthermore, clear co-ordination among the various sectoral regimes and the new PPP framework is also necessary, to provide a better foundation for development. Main challenges for PPP infrastructure development One challenge to the long-term stability of the PPP programme is posed by the ideological differences about PPPs in Bulgaria, including public scepticism about engaging private partners in the delivery of public services.

Main challenges for PPP infrastructure development Despite the improving legal and institutional framework, there is room for enhancing implementation capacity and improving project oversight. Despite the improving legal and institutional framework, there is room for enhancing implementation capacity and improving project oversight.

This discourages authorities from engaging in the complex process of preparing and implementing projects as PPPs. It is also developing three road projects, one port project and seven road maintenance projects.

Main challenges for PPP infrastructure development Ensuring that the PPP projects prepared under the new legal and institutional framework are completed is one of the immediate issues facing the government. The priority PPP sectors have included transport and customs facilities Political instability and a volatile currency have discouraged private infrastructure investment in the past.

Summary of the enabling environment for PPPs El Salvador has a solid and modern legal framework for the development of PPP projects, starting with specific constitutional provisions that allow for and promote the participation of the private sector in the development of infrastructure and the provision of services by the state.

In December the government issued Decree No. The Sea Port Concessions Regulation contained in Decree of August 18th sets the polices for the construction, use, exploitation, operation, administration and rendering of services in ports, terminals and port facilities; procedures for granting concessions; content of concessions; construction of works; provision of services; and arbitration as a means for settling disputes.

The second is the leading role of subnational governments in infrastructure development outside the energy sector. The PPPC Committee, which has the leading role in developing PPP policies, projects and programmes and prepares recommendations to be reviewed or approved by the Government, is chaired by the Minister of Finance and has four other permanent members having the rank of Deputy Prime Minister or Minister. However, subsequent projects, such as the North Kazakhstan-Aktobe region power line and the Charsk-Ust-Kamenogorsk railway line faced problems because the law conflicted with other legislation, meaning that risk was not equally shared between the partners.


The existing PPP framework lacks key elements, such as national project preparation facilities and project implementation funds, sustainable and mature financial facilities, and independent oversight. The lack of investor confidence in the country following the sovereign debt default in December resulted in a lack of PPP projects since It was followed by a development plan to further promote PPPs, which assigned responsibility for the development of regulations and the establishment of projects to the Ministry of National Economy and the PPP Centre.

Main challenges for PPP infrastructure development The main challenge the government of Jamaica faces is building the institutional capacity and knowledge to be able to execute projects in a consistent and efficient manner.

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The regulation also outlines the procedures the government must comply with to issue authorisations and concessions, including the legal, economic and technical requirements to be met by those interested in providing or operating telecom services.

These were also delivered using provisions in the civil code, meaning that the concessions law has not been fully tested. Currently the main challenges are: This has resulted in low public spending on transport infrastructure, running an average of 0.

The road networks and seaports have therefore deteriorated over the years, while the rail network, which was shut down in the s, has only recently been reactiviated. This established a stable framework for promoting, attracting and facilitating public-private concessions and PPPs. Dominican Republic Overview of the infrastructure sector and PPPs For the past five years in the Dominican Republic, private participation in infrastructure has primarily focused on electricity, ports and telecom.

It follows the resolution of the sovereign bond default in and several market-friendly measures introduced by the new administration and provides an alternative mechanism for PPPs. Currently, there is no single governmental agency with information or co-ordination functions.

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In Bulgaria, European structural and investment funds are currently the preferred source of financing for new infrastructure, including highways, water and sanitation, with PPPs deployed mainly for the maintenance of facilities or service delivery. Benin Overview of the infrastructure sector and PPPs The Government of Benin is emphasising public-private partnerships to build infrastructure. As noted above, Jamaica has a comprehensive legal framework for le identification, development, assessment, implementation and management of PPPs.

Companies bidding for PPPs may also be concerned that the PPP Law provides insufficient clarity on dispute resolution, contract termination procedures and contract transfer, leaving these to be fleshed out in individual contracts.