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Bucharest, May 29 /Agerpres/ - The Public Finances Ministry (MFP) is still waiting for some data from the Financial-Banking Services Users Association (AUSFB) and then it will come with a proposition on the taxation of transactions referring to the Debt Discharge Law (DDL, in order to protect the social cases, on Sunday told the private broadcaster Digi 24, the Finance minister, Anca Dragu.
"The law (DDL - editor's note) was endorsed by the Parliament after more than one-year long debates. It was endorsed the way it is today. The legislator didn't find it necessary to exempt the persons resorting to this law from the transaction's taxation. We have talked with the AUSFB, I've understood a lot of aspects of the law and we believe that although this is not the ministry's fault, that the law doesn't provide an exemption for this kind of transactions, we consider the exemption of the social cases. It is about the persons who only own one house and resort to this law. We are still waiting for some information from the AUSFB and we wish to continue our analysis and to come with a proposition in this respect to protect the social cases," said Anca Dragu.AGERPRES(RO - author: George Banciulea, editor: Nicoleta Gherasi; EN - author, editor: Maria Voican)
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