After passing the law in the Parliament, the government has decided to start the implementation of the fiscal amnesty as soon as possible.
“Yesterday we passed the law in the Parliament. The acts are now ready and we believe that in the first two weeks of May, this law will enter in act”, said the Finance Minister, Ridvan Bode.
Some experts say that the law approval in the midst of the electoral campaign and the failed political consensus has created a suspicious climate on the success of this amnesty. But does the government fear a failure of this process?
“The law offers all necessary guaranties for being successful”, Bode said.
The process is even more affected by the fact that the government and the businesses do not agree on the article that allows tax authorities to control the businesses after the declaration.
“It is absurd to think that after the amnesty we will not inspect the businesses. The pardoned actions will not be inspected, the pardoned sums of money will not be inspected any more”, Bode said.
The government calculates that the law that passed in the parliament has pardoned 40 billion ALL in delayed obligations for businesses and individuals.