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ANNEX II

Annual Budget Allocations and Expenditures of Commission of Detainees and Ex-Detainees

In 2015, the PLO Commission of Detainees and Ex-Detainees earmarked 390,990,00 NIS for salaries of detainees and ex-detainees.

In 2016, the budget of the PLO Commission of Detainees and Ex-Detainees earmarked 390,990,000 NIS for salaries of detainees and
ex-detainees.

For 2017, the approved budget of the Commission of Detainees and Ex-Detainees earmarked 550,000,000 NIS for salaries of detainees
and ex-detainees.

The table below details the total amount approved on detainees and ex-detainees, including salaries, canteen, medical expenses and all other
related benefits from 2008 – 2016, as shown in records of approved budgets.

Total Amount 2,966,702,055 NIS


Breakdown: Salaries of detainees 1,886,385,000 NIS
Benefits/salaries of ex- 276,606,000 NIS
detainees
Canteen 362,578,662 NIS
Public Health 30,038,000 NIS
Insurance (for families)
Fines* 35,154,679 NIS
Release Grants 100,991,844 NIS
Lawyers’ Fees 113,108,246 NIS
College Education for 6,102,303 NIS
detainees
The Dignified Life 74,000,000 NIS
Grant**
Dental Care*** 800,000 NIS
Rehabilitation Program 109,000,000 NIS
Professional Training 2,692,000 NIS
Education for Ex- 4,000,000 NIS
detainees
Infertility 400,000 NIS (Only
treatment**** 2015-2016)

* Fines here correspond to fines imposed by the Israeli military courts. These payments were suspended in the budget starting 2015.
** This budget item was only included in the 2013 and 2014 budgets and it corresponds to grants given to prisoners released by Israel as part of
confidence-building measures agreed on with former US Secretary of State John Kerry.
*** This budget item was only included starting 2013 budget and it is for dental treatment of ex-detainees (mostly those who served long
sentences and suffered great damage to their teeth. It is a one-off payment of approximately 6,000 NIS to each ex-detainee)

**** This budget item does not correspond to benefits outlined in the laws or bylaws. It covered cases of ex-detainees whose imprisonment
affected their fertility (due to age or whatever other factor) and it is given as a one-off grant of 4,000 NIS to beneficiaries.