“The necessary and eagerly awaited tax reform cannot be separated from the structural reform of tax justice” with these words, the president of the National Tax Institute (Int), Riccardo Alemanno, announced the adhesion of the National Tax Association to the collection of signatures promoted on the website https://www.change.org/p/per-la-riforma-strutturale-della-giustizia-tributaria. The petition, explains the Int, is “aimed at sensitizing the Government to accept the reform proposals coming from the academic and professional component of the Interministerial Commission appointed for this purpose and which provides for the establishment of a new class of tax magistrates, appointed by public competition , with the maintenance of the honorary judiciary for disputes worth less than € 3,000 “.” Personally, I have already joined the petition “, specified Alemanno who adds:” Now I hope that there are many tax lawyers who will do the same, the professional world beyond the interests as an active part of the tax process, it must raise the Government’s awareness of a reform that is necessary to better protect taxpayers and at the same time the institutions themselves. “The petition was promoted by the tax lawyer Giorgio Infranca who is also a member of the Int Committee for Tax Reform, which declared: “The modernization plan of our o Country envisaged by the NRP cannot ignore a profound and structural reform of tax justice, to guarantee the interests of citizens but also of the treasury. Only through the training of a new professional class of tax magistrates, selected by competition, is it possible to raise the qualitative level of decisions in a matter, such as taxation, which is increasingly complex “.
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