Tax justice in Southeast Europe – How to reduce inequalities?
Balkan Monitoring Public Finance organization partners held discussion and introduced the study ‘‘Tax Justice in Southeast Europe – How to reduce inequalities?‘‘ in the European Parliament with the host of the event to be Slovenian MEP Tanja Fajon.
The research study ‘‘Tax Justice in Southeast Europe – How to reduce inequalities?‘‘ was produced in the framework of Balkan Monitoring Public Finance project, EU-supported initiative to improve the transparency and accountability of policy and decision making in the area of public finances. The study analyzes tax systems in seven (7) Western Balkan countries (Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia and Slovenia), identifying several developments and trends that need to be reshaped in order to achieve fiscal sustainability and tax justice.
Tanja Fajon, MEP and Desislava Stoyanova from За Земята opened the conference; later on Lidija Zivcic from Focus društvo za sonaraven razvoj introduced key findings of Tax Justice in Southeast Europe study while Bojana Mijović Hristovska from Analytica introduced the study for tax injustice in Macedonia and Lidija Kesar from Fractal introduced cases of tax injustice in Serbia.
Brussels, March 20th, 2019