After the Metropolitan Council for the Elderly, the Metropolitan Reconciliation Council (Főét) is also of the opinion that Budapest can perform its important public tasks to a high standard only if the government compensates for the loss of business tax revenue, the mayor wrote on his Facebook page on Wednesday.
Photo: Facebook / Gergely Christmas
Christmas Gergely put it:
both employers and employees in Budapest agree that “the government must compensate for the loss of revenue for the capital’s local government”.
According to the mayor’s note, information on the expected magnitude and possible consequences of the loss of funds due to the withdrawal of the business tax by the government was provided at Wednesday’s meeting of Főét.
Gergely Karácsony said that the employees ‘and employers’ side of the council agreed that this withdrawal would cause a significant further loss of resources for the capital’s local government. “In a tight budgetary situation due to the crisis, it would force the local government to take steps that could have a significant impact on the infrastructure and public services used by businesses and the population,” he said.
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