The Emilia-Romagna Region will not apply the removal of the folders for unpaid taxes with amounts up to one thousand euros. This was established by the Regional Council, deciding not to apply the rule envisaged by the Budget Law. A provision that falls within the Authority’s powers to choose whether to revoke the automatic cancellation of the excerpt, scheduled for 31 March 2023.
However, the legislation allows citizens to pay payment bills in a facilitated way by presenting a declaration of adherence to the “Facilitated definition”, exclusively electronically to the collection agent by 30 April to benefit from the concessions and pay without penalties and interest.
“The choice of the Government – says the regional councilor for the budget, Paolo Calvano – is not correct towards those who have paid by respecting rules and deadlines and risks disincentivising virtuous behavior in Emilia-Romagna. We want to continue to promote compliance with the rules and avoid any repercussions negative on the regional budget, putting at risk the services for the citizens of Emilia-Romagna”.
“The provincial council has decided not to give rise to the partial removal of the folders for unpaid taxes with amounts up to one thousand euros”. He announced it the president of the Province of Bolzano, Arno Kompatscher. The decision, explained the South Tyrolean governor, was taken “in the belief that, in a state of law, those who have behaved according to the rules should not be penalized. We do not think it is the right attitude – he added – to let go if someone did not pay what was due, because this would be the object of criticism from those who, and it is the vast majority of our population, have always behaved correctly”.
The same decision was also made from the municipalities of Florence with a resolution concerning a total amount “of 5.3 million euros” and of Empoli (Florence).
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