Translated by Sevi Charalampopoulou
One more of the Greek paradoxes: Whereas everybody- governors, lenders and observers- highlight that the main problem of the Greek governmental and administrative mechanism is identified on the inapplicability of its (political and reformative) promises, the pressures, priorities and commitments undertaken for the future, are not directed towards its treatment, but towards the right opposite direction: The implementation of the reforms is still perceived as the regulatory mapping of something (in some way) promised. Then, after the “tic” is put on the relevant xls box and the act/ obligation is consummated, the experienced Greek State can start “modifying/ improving” towards the opposite direction. For instance: The income taxation code was modified in twelve months after its enactment on a percentage higher than 50% (41 out of 72 articles). Much worse was the situation for the “independent real estate property tax” law, in which 41 out of 67 articles were modified.