Its mission will be the formulation of two new financing systems based on the principles of solidarity, sufficiency, equity, transparency, fiscal co-responsibility and guarantee of citizens' access to public services
Both commissions will be composed of independent professionals of recognized prestige.
In the autonomy, proposed by the State, the Autonomous Communities and Cities with Statute of Autonomy;
In the local, by the State and the Spanish Federation of Municipalities and Provinces
The Department of Finance of Totana City Council reports that the Council of Ministers has recently authorized, as agreed at the Conference of Presidents, the creation of the two Committees of Experts that will review the regional financing model and the local financing model, with The objective of giving a strong impetus to the process of updating the current Financing Systems.
The mission of both commissions will be the review and analysis of both systems for the subsequent formulation of two new models that are based on the principles of solidarity, sufficiency, equity, transparency, fiscal co-responsibility and guarantee of citizens access to public services.
The two commissions, whose first meeting will take place immediately, will be composed of independent professionals of recognized prestige proposed, in the case of the autonomous financing model, by the Autonomous Communities themselves, Cities with Statute of Autonomy (Ceuta and Melilla) and the State;
And in the case of the local financing model, by the General State Administration and the Spanish Federation of Municipalities and Provinces (FEMP), as a representative association of Local Authorities with greater implementation in the national scope.
The two agreements provide for the Chairman of the Committee of Experts to define the schedule of meetings, to set the agenda, to direct the discussions and to decide on those issues deemed necessary to ensure the proper functioning of the Committee.
Once the work carried out by the two Committees has been completed, the final conclusions of each of them will be agreed in relation to the matters on which it is to be decided, indicate the same municipal sources.
On the other hand, the agreements envisage that the corresponding commission will produce a final report within six months.
Once approved, it will be sent, in the case of the autonomous region, to the Permanent Technical Evaluation Committee and to the Fiscal and Financial Policy Council;
And in the case of the local, to the National Commission of Local Administration for its assessment and, in both, for the continuation of the development of the work proper to the reform processes with the objective of reaching agreements on a new regional and local.
The nature of both Commissions of Experts shall be that of a collegiate body as provided in article 22.3 of Law 40/2015, of October 1 and its operation will not imply an increase in public expenditure.
Finally, the two commissions will be considered extinguished once the objectives have been met and, in any case, once delivered the mentioned final report, according to the same sources of the Council.