Bill: D.d.l. 07/4269 - Corporation Tax Stimulus
Votes: This is an ordinary bill. It requires more yes votes than no votes. This bill will not pass any sooner than the deadline.
Voting deadline: December 4270
|Benvenuto Pagliarini, Minister of Finance:|
"With this bill we want follow the recent trend expressed recently also by the largest party into the Parliament. We cannot support the proposal with inside the income tax reform, a reform proposed, it seemed, more as "populistic" measure than a reform adeguate to the needs of State incomes and expenses.
However, despite the accusation of "socialization" of the Nation, this is a reform which was accepted by all the parties into the Government when we proposed it, we hopes to see also the opposition to support this measures which will achieve also one of their main proposals.
Proposal[?] to change Tax percentage of the profit made by corporations.
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These messages have been posted to debate on this bill:
|Date||11:42:22, September 09, 2017 CET||From||Partito Nazionale d'Istalia/di Padagna||To||Debating the D.d.l. 07/4269 - Corporation Tax Stimulus|
|Message||*applause from AI seats *|
|Date||16:16:36, September 09, 2017 CET||From||Cittadini Social Liberali||To||Debating the D.d.l. 07/4269 - Corporation Tax Stimulus|
|Message||We believe a lower corporation tax will help enrich our economy. In favour.|
|Date||18:46:54, September 09, 2017 CET||From||Unione dei Liberal Democratici||To||Debating the D.d.l. 07/4269 - Corporation Tax Stimulus|
|Message||We still believe that there should be no corporate tax whatsoever.|
|Date||20:44:42, September 09, 2017 CET||From||Hizb Altahaluf/Partito dell'Alleanza||To||Debating the D.d.l. 07/4269 - Corporation Tax Stimulus|
|Message||The corporate sector needs to pay its fair share towards the cost of the upkeep of the state, especially considering it benefits so greatly and directly from the services the state supplies, such as education, training, policing and infrastructure. If anything, corporations should be contributing more, not less.|
|Date||13:35:21, September 11, 2017 CET||From||Libertà e Progresso||To||Debating the D.d.l. 07/4269 - Corporation Tax Stimulus|
|Message||OOC: I have to remember to all that the players should mention who are speaking (a part reactions like the one of AI).|
This as per RP Parliamentary rules: http://classic.particracy.net/viewbill.php?billid=481875
|Date||13:40:19, September 11, 2017 CET||From||Libertà e Progresso||To||Debating the D.d.l. 07/4269 - Corporation Tax Stimulus|
|Message||Lavinia Maggi, Whip of LP:|
We think that it is better that the most wealth partecipate to the expensses of the State than the company themself. For this reason we increased the luxury tax, which affect directly those who gain thanks to their companies or the assets they controls.
OOC: then, the economic mechanisms into the game were never finished. So, the corporate tax is always unrealistic for the income that it generate. If we follow the economic RP developed until now, the companies in Istalia should generate more income than the one showed into the economic section. So, we can assume that in reality the corporate tax income is far higher than the one showed into the game.
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