The Prime Minister stressed that NALED's recommendations are important and that it is important for every government to be open to this kind of cooperation.
We are proud of everything we have done, and it is essential that we not lose a single day in making Serbia a better society for life and work, the Prime Minister said and recalled that this year, just like the last, the most important reform is the digitalisation of public administration and the introduction of e-government, as the best way to simplify procedures, efficiency and transparency.
I am particularly proud of the fact that we are succeeding in changing the consciousness of public administration, which is actually the most difficult, as well as the principle of "status quo" that is so present not only here but around the world too, the Prime Minister underlined.
Brnabic recalled that the reform of the lump-sum taxation system has been completed, as well as the reform of the system for seasonal employment in agriculture, the reform of the cadastre and the abolition of tax returns.
Speaking about the results of the reforms, she pointed out that the procedures before the Office of the Cadastre have been simplified for around 500,000 citizens who take part in some of the procedures before the cadastre every year, as well as the conditions for doing business for around 100,000 sole proprietors in Serbia.
The reforms also created security for about 30,000 seasonal workers and more than 300 employers who hire them, as well as smaller administrations for about 400,000 businesses that do not have to use the seal and about 100,000 businesses that need tax certificates, Brnabic said.