Greece threatens poor taxpayers with labor camp

Saturday, May 25th, 2013, 03:00

DTOM: Original article is in Flemish (Belgian Dutch), the following are 2 choices for a translation of the piece...

The Greeks continue now argue against the decisions of their government.

The Greeks continue now argue against the decisions of their government.

If it depends on the government in Athens, Greeks who fly their taxes can not pay the jail. And that from an outstanding debt of 5,000 euros. One consolation: they do not have to share with rapists, murderers, drug dealers or the cell.

It goes from bad to worse with Greece. To force people to pay their taxes and make the legendary tax evasion in the country, so rid the government in Athens a bill ready with a serious stick: imprisonment.

Whom the tax is payable 5,000 and no repayment plan can present within the four months to a year risking prison. From $ 10,000 is at least a half cell, from 50,000 euros a year from 150,000 euro up to three years in prison.

"The government is looking for an army camp in the Attica region to people who have debts to the tax authorities serving their sentences," confirmed the Deputy Minister for Justice in the Greek Parliament. A "humane" solution, will the Government to avoid. Touch with rapists, drug dealers, murderers and other criminals

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