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Czech republic  |  October 10, 2012 10:35:11

Budget Committee adopted an amendment to maintain current rates of VAT


PRAGUE (MEDIAFAX) - VAT rates would be for next year should be maintained at 14 and 20 percent, agreed with the majority on the Budget Committee of the Chamber of Deputies, which has adopted the amendment Michal Babak (VV). The deputies were especially opposition parties, two rebels present ODS Šnajdr and Radim Marek Fiala abstentions.

Amendments to the current level of VAT rates gave deputies Ladislav Šincl (CSSD) and Michal Babak (VV). "I can not imagine that people would do that it would cost here in this not-so-perfect season began paying 17.5 percent rate," he said during the committee hearing Babák. At a subsequent vote then actually managed to push through a proposal. Budget Committee and the Chamber of Deputies recommend that the package maintain the current rate.

"I recall that it was not a vote of confidence in the government," he said shortly after the vote, Budget Committee Chairman Paul Suchanek (ODS).

First Deputy Finance Minister Ladislav Minčič admitted at the hearing that if the situation came to the fact that the package did not approve, and starting next year would begin to pay a flat rate 17.5 percent, it would drop selection of approximately one billion crowns. If the rate by one percentage point increase, as calculated with the original version of the package, on the other hand increased choice of 13.7 billion.

One of six ODS rebels who do not want the package in its current form support, Radim Fiala, also pointed out that within his party works just working group seeking a compromise between them and the rest of the coalition.He also admitted that the amendments to the CSSD and the VV maintaining existing VAT rates 14 and 20 percent partially comports with their efforts. Themselves but want to come up with proposals to succeed in meeting the ODS and coalitions to complete.

A Budget Committee he claimed one more amendment. Specifically, it was the Social Democratic proposal Deputy Ladislav Šincla to inconsistent benefits on housing support, as suggested by the government. She wants to save their merger.

Miroslav Kyncl, kyncl@mediafax.cz

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