In a special session, the Chamber of Deputies is dealing with a package of projects, including tax relief for monotaxers and a new regulatory framework for biofuels.
The project to reform the mono-tax system It is planned to abolish the retroactive effect to the last January of the payment of the new categories established in Law 27.618, which will come into force from July. For biofuels, on the other hand, a reduction of 5% for diesel and biodiesel and of 12% between petrol and bioethanol is proposed.
The special session was requested by the chairman of the Frente de Todos block, Máximo Kirchner, after Juntos por el Cambio signed the protocol to expand parliamentary activity, which enables mixed meetings.
With a view to the meeting, the corresponding cuts began on Wednesday for the MPs and employees of the house who will be on the premises or in the legislative palace.
The House of Commons is also discussing a reform of the Code of Criminal Procedure and another initiative for surgical contraceptive measures that guarantee the right of access to the practice of the practices called fallopian tube ligation and vas deferensligation or vasectomy in the healthcare system.
The central theme will be the discussion of the reform of the Monotax Act, which retroactively eliminates the monotributistas not having to bear accumulated debts due to the resulting difference between what they paid between January and June and the new statutory values 27,618.
This project aims to relieve the economic activity of the single taxpayers, who total 4,080,151 taxpayers, more and make them more predictable; of which 1,592,466 (39%) in the metropolitan area of Buenos Aires (AMBA) and 2,487,685 (61%) in the rest of the country.
The taxpayers had to pay the mono tax with new values, but the AFIP extended the duration of the mono tax from June 25th to the next August 5th
The postponement is intended to ensure that small taxpayers can meet their obligations with the values provided for in the tax relief law for monotributistas that will be discussed in the House of Representatives tomorrow.
Throughout the project, the increments are set that have scales in which the lower ones can double the invoice amounts.
One of the central topics of the session will be the new biofuel regime, the central axes of which are the extension of the system until 2030 and a reduction of the prescribed reduction from 10 to 5 percent in the mixture between biodiesel and diesel.
In the case of fuel made from sugar cane, on the other hand, the quantities must be 6% of the prescribed minimum mixture, the same percentage for bioethanol based on corn.
The main differences between the Frente de Todos and Juntos por el Cambio have centered on reducing the mandatory cut between diesel and biodiesel from 10 to 5 percent and on the powers that the energy minister can use to increase or decrease costs. Percentages according to international prices.
At this point in time, the initiative stipulates that the Ministry of Energy “can increase the above mandatory minimum percentage if it is appropriate due to the supply of demand, the trade balance, the promotion of investment in the regional economy and / or for environmental or technical reasons holds “. . “.
Conversely, the cut can be reduced to 3% “if the rise in the prices of raw materials for the production of biodiesel could distort the price of fossil fuels at the pump, or before biodiesel shortages arise from the manufacturing companies”.
The project maintains tax benefits by stating that biodiesel and bioethanol will not be taxed by liquid fuel tax (ICL) and carbon dioxide tax (ICO2).
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