Last week we celebrated the International Day of Mediation. For this occasion, Andorran officials revealed the results of the past year in Andorra. In the fiscal year 2018, the number of couples who initiated a mediation process increased by 16%. 193 couples made a consultation, 163 of whom started a mediation process. 46% found an …More
The new technical inspection of vehicles (ITV) tariffs have just been approved by the Andorran Government. Compared to last year, they increased by 0.7%.
The new rates:
Tarifs 2018 (IGI included)
Tarifs 2019 (IGI included)
1.1 Duplicate card.
Issuing a duplicate of the transport card in case of loss, deterioration or modification of data
2.1 Use of the ITV …More
The government of Andorra has taken a number of measures to increase the purchasing power of citizens. The country’s politicians turned to trade union representatives and enterprises to explain the various measures relating to salaries and pensions.
First of all, the minimum wage in the principality this year increased to 1,050 euros (since 2015, the minimum …More
The government of Andorra continues to support the acquisition and use of electric vehicles in the principality. For this purpose, the program “Engega” was created (from 2019 to 2021, 750,000 euros will be invested annually in these goals). After the successful implementation of the first program from 2016 to 2018, the government of the principality …More
From January 2, 2019, the inhabitants of Andorra will no longer have to go to the church of their parish to obtain a certificate of civil status. Thus, the birth, death or marriage certificates systems will be centralized and entered into a single civil registry.
Prior to the creation of a civil registry in 1997, all …More
According to the Andorran Government’s Department of Statistics, from December 2017 to November 2018, Andorra for the first time exceeded its usual 3 million tourist yearly average. Over the past 7 years, the growth in the number of tourists reached 36.1% or 810,000 people. For the first time in the summer of 2017, about 1 …More
FEDA’s (National Energy Company of Andorra) electricity tariffs will increase by 1.05% in 2019, which is lower than the price index. Thus, despite this increase, the price of electricity in Andorra will remain at a competitive level in comparison with neighboring countries.
“Tariffs should cover the cost of production, purchase and transportation of electricity while ensuring …More
The Government of Andorra has begun to develop a national information system dedicated to the quality of drinking water. The system is called SINACH. It provides for the creation of a unified IT support system for all administrative resources that control the quality of drinking water in the principality.
The results of the monitoring from its …More
The 2019 calendar of intensive days for the civil workers of the Andorran administration has been published.
Currently, the public service department is open to the public from 8 am to 5:30 pm in the government administration building. From 2nd January, the service will close at 17:00, due to low attendance rates during the last 30 …
The real cost of living in Andorra was the subject of a study carried out by the government of the principality and presented by Xavier Espot, Minister of Justice, Social and Internal Affairs. The study argues that, given the increase in prices in 2018, the annual cost of living for a one-person family is from …More