The head of the Ministry of Finance of Ukraine Natalie Jaresko called for a complete review of the tax system, provided It will not threaten the achieved stability and budget.
"it is necessary to completely revise the tax system of Ukraine, and not only" to patch holes ". Citizens and business are obliged to have confidence in it ", - quotes "news Agency" opinion Jaresko." Alternatives that offer only to reduce taxes, increase budget deficit and Public debt, threatening the stability, economic recovery, " - said Yaresko.
The head of the presidential administration Borys Lozhkin first Thursday following the meeting with the mission of the international monetary Fund (IMF) said that the Ministry of Finance developed and correlated with the IMF the project of tax reform before December will be submitted to the Parliament together with the draft State budget." This must be a consensus between the Finance Ministry and the parliamentary Committee on issues of tax policy, " said Lozhkin. First, at the end of October, the people's elected representatives of all factions of the coalition, the people's deputies from the faction "Opposition bloc" group "Vidrodzhennya" and non-faction deputies registered in the Verkhovna Rada alternative minfinovskih the draft law on a more liberal tax reform, criticized the then Finance Ministry. A severe Crisis of political power affects the economy and the budgetary sphere of Ukraine, in fact the country is on the verge of default. Increased unemployment, the national currency in one year dropped more than 3 times. In the end, according to the Ministry of Finance of Ukraine, in January 2015 the average salary in the country amounted 3455 hryvnia, or about 160 dollars. This is one of the lowest indicators in the European Union. According to the State Department of statistics, the population of Ukraine in one year dropped to 164 thousand People. For the first half of 2015, the retail trade turnover in Ukraine fell by 24%, due mainly to the decrease of funds coming residents, caused by high inflation. Ukraine's economy in the 2nd quarter of 2015 fell nearly 15%, falling GDP for the first half of this year amounted to 16, 3%.