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Wed, 24 Aug, 2016 12:07:05 AM
Party manifesto published
FTimes - STT Report, Aug 24

The ruling Suomen Keskusta (Centre Party) wants to keep dismantling the bureaucracy, according to the party manifesto published on Tuesday that includes 202 norm dismantling propositions.

The propositions envisage, among other things, making entrepreneurship easier, promoting voluntary work, employing people and lighten the bureaucracy in agriculture.

The list suggests, for instance, that houses leading to summer cottages should be legally ploughed even without a certificate of professional proficiency and that information safety card should only be required of the leader of a voluntary work group.

In addition, the party believes that everyone should have the right to an online bank account.

Another suggestion against bureaucracy is the proposal for shops to be allowed to hand over expired food items frozen for charity.

The party’s lawmakers collected ideas for this norm dismantling from various citizen meetings. In addition, they visited businesses, met unemployed people, employers, employees, farmers and citizens involved in voluntary efforts.

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