Government in search of financial margin

Treasury Minister Christos Stykoulas told the open television station on Saturday that his ministry is “trying to allocate financial headroom for new support measures to be taken in July.”

By the end of June, he added, “you’ll see if we can do more against rising fuel prices,” but said he couldn’t do much to reduce the flat tax on fuel.

“If we were to reduce this tax by 20 cents, the cost of the entire state would reach 20 billion euros,” he said.

“So far, the available financial space has been spent on property taxes (ENFIA) and reducing household electricity bills.”

Regarding the reduction of the solidarity tax, Mr. Stycouras said it was amended to take effect on private sector workers in 2023 at a cost of € 450 million, but “additional to implement this for civil servants as well. Financial space is needed. “

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