In conscience, this letter should be entitled something like “The Infuges of a Banana State”; but out of respect, out of principle, or through education, we have not named it that way. Our motivation, dear readers, is the publication of the ministerial order of the 13th January with effect on 14 January to modify an obligation to present documents.
This obligation is to introduce taxes on 15 January so that they are domiciled in business accounts and self-employed on 20 January. The Ministerial Order states that, due to the “Filomena” snowstorm, those who have suffered their anger, will be able to submit the taxes until 18 January at 15h, which is the minimum that banks allow to receive the receipts on the 20th.
If we already need a translator for the Minister’s press wheels, Google’s translator is not enough for these orders; it is really an attack on the good taste, on the basic drafting of documents. It is unintelligible, poorly written and crude. Let’s imagine it’s all contagion.
A politician, or politician, is going to appear, Olympic medallist, or Olympic medallist, telling us how nice they are… For doing nothing! For not helping! To give more work to advisors and managers!
We cannot make this clear: If you don’t help, don’t disturb.
PS. Filomena: My poor, they’ll load everything on you. If I were you, I would denounce them