The PM’s speech in Parliament yesterday during debate on the 2020 budget absolutely confirmed the new liberal spirit that is tending to prevail throughout the country.
The PM also announced a partnership between three public hospitals with the private sector “'in line with the Swedish model'.
The burden of taxation is confirmed by the accrued debts to the tax bureau, by the massive sell-off of real estate, by the disclaiming of inheritance, and by the number of people who turn in their license plates.
The PM said that the parliamentary confidence vote in the government on May 10 and the May 26 local and European Parliament elections should be viewed as a referendum on his stimulus package.
Merkel said that in public administration there has not been sufficient progress, despite the fact that more generally there has been progress on the reform front.
The talks also touched on tax cuts that ND has proposed, attracting investment, and continuing on the path of structural reforms.