Greek finance minister’s letter into The EurogroupReuters #Will_Be

Greek finance minister’s letter into The EurogroupReuters #Will_Be

November 2, 2019 0 By NewsTakers

Tax policies – Greece commits to:
• Modernizing the income tax code and eliminating from it tax code exemptions and replacing them, when necessary, with social justice enhancing measures.
Public Finance Management – Greece will:
• Strengthen the independence of the General Secretariat of Public Revenues (GSPR), if necessary through further legislation, from all sorts of interference (political or otherwise) while guaranteeing full accountability and transparency of its operations.
• Staff adequately, both quantitatively and qualitatively, the GSPR and in particular the high wealth and large debtors units of the revenue administration and ensure that it has strong investigative/prosecution powers, and resources building on SDOE’s capacities, so as to target effectively tax fraud by, and tax arrears of, high income social groups.
Public spending – The Greek authorities will:
Social security reform – Greece is committed to continue modernizing the pension system.
Public administration & corruption – Greece wants a modern public administration.
• Achieve EU best practice across the range of labor market legislation through a process of consultation with the social partners while benefiting from the expertise and existing input of the ILO, the OECD and the available technical assistance.
Reform of the judicial system – The Greek government will:

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