Euro area

15 Nov 2013 - 2014 Draft budgetary plans of the euro area: overall assessment of the budgetary situation and prospects - COM(2013)900

Austria

15 Oct 2013 - Draft budgetary plan
15 Nov 2013 - Staff working document
15 Nov 2013 - Commission opinion
16 May 2014 - Staff working document
16 May 2014 - Commission opinion

Belgium

15 Oct 2013 - Draft budgetary plan
15 Nov 2013 - Staff working document
15 Nov 2013 - Commission opinion

Estonia

15 Oct 2013 - Draft budgetary plan
15 Nov 2013 - Staff working document
15 Nov 2013 - Commission opinion

Finland

15 Oct 2013 - Draft budgetary plan
15 Nov 2013 - Staff working document
15 Nov 2013 - Commission opinion

France

01 Oct 2013 - Draft budgetary plan
15 Nov 2013 - Staff working document
15 Nov 2013 - Commission opinion

Germany

15 Oct 2013 - Draft budgetary plan
15 Nov 2013 - Staff working document
15 Nov 2013 - Commission opinion

Italy

15 Oct 2013 - Draft budgetary plan
15 Nov 2013 - Staff working document
15 Nov 2013 - Commission opinion

Luxembourg

15 Oct 2013 - Draft budgetary plan
15 Oct 2013 - Annex to the draft budgetary plan
15 Nov 2013 - Staff working document
15 Nov 2013 - Commission opinion

Malta

15 Oct 2013 - Draft budgetary plan
15 Nov 2013 - Staff working document
15 Nov 2013 - Commission opinion

Netherlands

30 Sept2013 - Draft budgetary plan
15 Oct 2013 - Addendum 1 to the draft budgetary plan
15 Oct 2013 - Addendum 2 to the draft budgetary plan
15 Nov 2013 - Staff working document
15 Nov 2013 - Commission opinion

Slovakia

15 Oct 2013 - Draft budgetary plan
15 Nov 2013 - Staff working document
15 Nov 2013 - Commission opinion

Slovenia

15 Oct 2013 - Draft budgetary plan
15 Nov 2013 - Staff working document
15 Nov 2013 - Commission opinion

Spain

15 Oct 2013 - Draft budgetary plan
15 Nov 2013 - Staff working document
15 Nov 2013 - Commission opinion

Cyprus, Greece, Ireland and Portugal

In order to avoid a multiplying of reporting requirements, Regulation 473/2013 explicitly makes exception for Member States subject to a macroeconomic adjustment programme. Therefore, Cyprus, Greece, Ireland and Portugal did not have to present a draft budgetary plan, as the surveillance takes place in the context of their programme.