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Zelena MEP predlaže reformu poreznog sustava

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Eva JolyZelena europarlamentarka Eva Joly (na slici) imenovana je u novo nestranačko tijelo osnovano za predlaganje reformi poreznog sustava.

Neovisna komisija za reformu međunarodnog oporezivanja korporacija (ICRICT) ima zadatak promatrati moguću reformu iz perspektive javnog interesa.

Njegovo pokretanje dolazi kao odgovor na široko rasprostranjenu ljutnju zbog izbjegavanja poreza na dobit i njegovog utjecaja na nejednakost i siromaštvo te zabrinutosti da su trenutni procesi porezne reforme neadekvatni.

U komisiji će sjediti devet međunarodnih stručnjaka, uključujući francuskog zamjenika Jolyja i Josepha Stiglitza, ekonomista koji je dobio Nobelovu nagradu, a prvi sastanak zakazan je za 18. i 19. ožujka u New Yorku.

The commission says a just tax system is required to tackle the contentious issue of rising inequality – an issue that many countries, both developing and developed, are currently grappling with.

Vjerojatno će se sagledati postojeće porezne rupe koje tvrtke i pojedinci koriste kako bi smanjili poreznu obvezu.

 

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Argumentirajući potrebu za širom raspravom o poreznim reformama, Komisija tvrdi u postojećem sustavu, o prijedlozima za reformu poreznog sustava raspravlja se u tehničkom smislu, tako da se u konzultacije uglavnom uključuju porezni savjetnici multinacionalnih korporacija, koji imaju stečene interese u postojećem sustavu.

Joly, Vice-President of the European Parliament’s special committee on tax, said, “While fiscal policies affect all of society, the related debates have too long been considered the sole preserve of accountants and tax professionals.

“However, given the inequalities that these practices create, it is essential that the expertise be shared as widely as possible. Furthermore, unequivocal global action against these practices which have for too long deprived national budgets of vast amounts is a precondition to the success of the international negotiations on climate change and development,” said Joly, who is also a magistrate.

“I am therefore delighted to be included among the nine commissioners tasked with developing recommendations for tax reforms intended to finance the United Nation’s post-2015 development programme and contributing to the G20/OECD Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) initiative.”

Further comment came from Greens/EFA Co-President Philippe Lamberts, who said, “On behalf of the Greens/EFA group, I am proud to hear of Eva Joly’s appointment to the Independent Commission of tax and development experts. It is all the more remarkable since she is the only European on a panel of international experts, including the Nobel Prize laureate Joseph Stiglitz.

“There are few people who, like Eva Joly, have had the experience of judging some of the biggest political-financial issues of the 1990s, including the Elf case.”

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