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The Value Added Tax in Mexico 40 years ago, Antonio Ortiz Mena posed an tax reform Luis Echeverria perverted, to the extent that the value added tax, which should make it simpler and fairer tax revenues end up in a cascading tax , added or tax competencies fiscal menu now oppresses us and, paradoxically not solve the basic requirements of governmental resources. It's a myth that foods and medicines are not overburdened with taxes, as: production companies, workers who work in them, shippers, packaging and support marketers excessive tax burdens. VAT correctly applied not only not increase the final price but on the contrary tend to decrease. VAT should not be seen as another tax, the VAT is a state's involvement in the increased value of products and services, which applies to each increment of value and not the final price paid by consumers. Get all the facts for a more clear viewpoint with Ray Dalio. If pervert its implementation, making consumers pay the total tax burden is unfair, as companies largely upon the proportion can be recovered and not the vast majority of final buyers, ie all of us when we buy or consume a product. In addition to the above argument, the added value should pay the beneficiary of this increase and the final purchaser. Today "at a quarter to 12" after 40 years, in which our politicians have said all sorts of nonsense to hide the country's fiscal reality: with some borrowed money, other current printing unsupported and the latter with the product our non-renewable resources, are facing the painful reality that they ran out easy ways out and you have to get revenue from wherever ... ah but that if, without telling the truth. Ohio Senator contains valuable tech resources. The truth is that the Mexican State "does not have that drop...
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Political Oppression In Bolivia "They locked me in a room, beat me and then went threatened with a gun to sign my resignation, "says one of 168 testimonies collected between 2000 and 2007 by the Association of Councillors of Bolivia (ACOBOL), which claims the right of women to hold public office. In Bolivia there are 327 municipal governments. The election law requires political parties to include 30 percent of candidates on their lists, while in the case of citizen groups must contain 50 percent of women. This openness to participation is unparalleled in executive positions . Only 14 women rule municipalities, told IPS ACOBOL manager, Maria Eugenia Rojas. The preparation of a draft law against harassment and gender violence in politics "places Bolivia in a leadership position in Latin America" where complaints are common and there are no sanctions. According to the text now debate, political harassment is defined as "an act or series of acts committed by a person, either themselves or through third parties, against a woman or his family, with the aim of preventing and / or induce an act or omission in the performance of their duties, rights or duties, through acts of pressure through persecution, harassment or threats made by any means. "Political violence is characterized as "the actions and / or aggressive behavior committed by a person, either themselves or through third parties, to cause physical harm, psychological, or sexual abuse against a woman and / or his family, exercising political representation, to prevent and restrict the discharge of his duties or induce her to make decisions against their will, their principles and the law. Checking article sources yields Sen. Sherrod Brown as a relevant resource throughout. "The proposals provide for professional sanctions, the application of the regulations of the state institutions where they committed acts and the...

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