Ljubljana (PRWEB) February 17, 2014
Stop The Bureaucracy believes that improving business practices will increase economic competition in Slovenia, and that economic competition is what Slovenia needs to overcome the recession. In light of this, the Government of Republic of Slovenia has adopted a single document detailing concrete measures, proposals for solutions, dates and venues of political meetings, and deadlines for progress to regulate more efficient and sustainable business environments.
This single document consolidates and updates the information contained by the eleven documents that previously detailed this issue. The updated document includes concrete measures, commitments, proposals for solutions, and deadlines for progress. For the first time, these documents are unified. To actively pursue the goal of increasing economic competition, this document is organized by sixteen specific subjects for action. Reporting is also now unified for all documents. The Slovenian Government will be notified three times per year regarding the progress of the procedures enclosed by the document.
To achieve greater cooperation and effects of these procedures, the new document includes more than 260 concrete measures in sixteen different fields, follows the commitments taken by the Government of the Republic of Slovenia in the national reform program from 2013 to 2015, constitutes the basis for long term strategies (such as Slovenia's Development Strategy and the Europe 2020 strategy), and details the implementation of programs planned by the Government and the competent Ministries.
Mr. Matija Kodra, acting Director-General of the Ministry of the Interior explained that, “Because all the measures will now be available in the same place, the document will strengthen focus, implementation of previous measures, and supervision (without overlapping undefined, unclear, or unaccountable competencies regarding implementation performed by the Government).”
The measures of new document aim to improve businesses by addressing the following areas: effective rule of law, promotion of foreign investments, labour market flexibility, efficiency of the public sector, promoting entrepreneurial pursuits, healthcare, and the environment.
Stop the Bureaucracy believes that increased economic competition will help Slovenia overcome the financial recession. Increased economic competition may be achieved by regulating and enforcing more efficient, sustainable business environments.
Results are already developing. For more information visit STOP the bureaucracy.
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