Progress Report on the Priorities of the European Commission, November 1 - 8, 2017.pdf
After a week of uncertainties and successive postponements of the extraordinary Government sitting that was supposed to decide on a series of top-importance tax measures, the Government finally held a weekly ordinary sitting on Wednesday, November 8, in which they passed the GEO enforcing the announced fiscal measures. 


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Weekly Policy and Political Report October 30 – November 6, 2017
President Klaus Iohannis held a press conference on Thursday, November 2, one day before the announced Special Government Sitting dedicated to fiscal reforms. Iohannis’ take on the proposed fiscal reforms was that the Government should put an end to the “fiscal mega-hopping” in order not to push Romania in a "fiscal adventure" with a sad ending. The special Government sitting was then postponed for Monday (November 6), and then suffered another two-day postponement. By Monday (November 6) it was not entirely clear whether the Government would abandon fiscal reform plans or just postpone their adoption. As ALDE’s Tăriceanu pointed out, it was PSD's leaders, rather than the leaders of the ruling coalition who met on Monday. PM Tudose stated on Monday that it is not certain whether the Government would address the fiscal amendments during the Sitting scheduled for Wednesday, November 8.


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Progress Report on Fiscal Policies October 30 – November 6, 2017
After a week-long of speculations, on Monday, November 6, Prime Minister Mihai Tudose said that Government’s extraordinary sitting dedicated to the fiscal reforms announced at the end of October was postponed once more. Initially scheduled for Friday (November 3), then postponed for Monday (November 6), the extraordinary sitting was once more postponed and PM Tudose could not tell whether fiscal reforms are going to be included on the agenda of this week Government’s sitting. A couple of hours later, on his way to the Senate's plenum where the simple motion against him was read, FinMin Ionuț Mișa said to the press that the GEO amending the Fiscal Code is going to be discussed this Wednesday (November 8).  


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Progress Report on the Priorities of the European Commission, October 25 - November 1, 2017
The legislative agenda for the following two months, before the Parliament enters the winter recess, was largely set by the ruling coalition and announced on Monday, October 30th, by PSD's Liviu Dragnea and ALDE's Călin Popescu Tăriceanu. According to statements made at the end of discussions in the ruling coalition, Dragnea announced that the Budget Law is going to be submitted in Parliament in November and adopted in the first days of December. Dragnea also announced that the Government is to amend the Fiscal Code by means of a Government Ordinance. The Public-Private-Partnership Law will also be adopted by means of an Emergency Ordinance, as announced by Minister of Business Environment Ilan Laufer. Also this week, the Justice Laws entered the Chamber of Deputies, the first notified body in this case. The three draft bills bring essential changes to the legal system and were submitted in Parliament on October 31.


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Progress Report on Fiscal Policies October 24 - 30, 2017
A draft emergency ordinance published by the Ministry of Public Finances on October 26th  and presented in a first reading in Government sitting held the same day, intends to reduce the income tax from 16% to 10% for employees, pensioners, royalties and private practices, rents, interests, leases, prizes, agricultural activities, investments and incomes form other sources. The initial measure of eliminating income tax for wages under RON 2000 was abandoned by the Government, these wages too being taxed 10%. The same legislative act regulates the transfer of all social contributions (except the work insurance contribution – formerly known as the solidarity tax) to employees. According to the document, 35% of the gross salary will be retained by the employer in the employee’s name


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