A statement by Finance Minister Mario Marcel announcing that “the sensible deadline for approving tax reform would be the end of March 2023” has sparked debate among parliamentarians.
A week has passed since discussions on the 2023 Budget Bill began and culminated in the Finance Minister’s declaration. Mario Marcelset a date for tax reform.
The end of March 2023 will be the deadline set by the portfolio for Congress to approve initiatives that seek to expand social rights and fund other structural reforms that promote productive, regional development. increase.
words in an interview with Thirdhas sparked debate among parliamentarians debating whether the deadline is realistic.
RN Vice-President and member of the House of Commons Finance Committee Miguel Melado said no specific indications speaking of a date had yet been discussed, citing how difficult it would be to do so in the current circumstances. emphasized.
Independent delegate Carlos Bianchi spoke of the changes the commission has made to the executive branch’s proposals to precisely match the economic downturn currently affecting the country.
Along these lines, another recurring impression is the chairman of the House Finance Committee, who noted the feasibility of reform given that it was not included in the 2023 Budget Act. A statement by Jaime Naranjo.
In the face of these concerns, the minister said frankly that the fiscal route would not change if funds were short. will be selected.