Dmytro Kolesnikov: The country needs qualitative changes and the introduction of new principles of public administration

Dmytro Kolesnikov: The country needs qualitative changes and the introduction of new principles of public administration

After the victory of the only opposition candidate Oleksandr Vilkul, all the pseudo-reforms of the current authorities will be canceled. Ukraine needs qualitative, rather than quantitative changes. This was stated by MP from the OPPOSITION BLOC Dmytro Kolesnikov following a meeting with farmers, labor collectives and residents of the town of Pereshchepyne, Novomoskovsk district.

“Over the past five years, “euro-experts” have shown themselves at their best. All of us have felt the actions of governmental and pro-governmental “improvements”. “In fact, there are only loud statements and no less epic failures!” the MP stated.

He stressed that failure in attempts to reform the fundamental principles of work of government departments, such as the Ministry of Internal Affairs, the Ministry of Health, the Fiscal Service, showed the true face of the “professionals” in power.

Thus, according to Dmytro Kolesnikov, the tax burden on private enterprises has increased qualitatively, while checks by tax authorities have become a systematic permanent phenomenon. Business is not allowed to “breathe in” normally and work openly, honestly and transparently.

“Oleksandr Vilkul in his program“ Peace and Development: Four Steps to Success” offers to effectively reform the taxation system and create conditions for sustained economic growth.

An opposition candidate for the presidency offers a simple and understandable tax model “15% -15% -15%“ (income tax - VAT - income tax). By reducing the tax burden, we will give businesses the opportunity to to align the work of enterprises, and, of course, work in profit.

The country needs qualitative changes and the introduction of new principles of public administration!” the MP concluded.
06 March 2019 16:53
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