No functioning tax bureaucracy enforcement

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Submitted by Hartmut Brocharski, Mar 16, 2017 12:01

Another major issue - maybe even one of the biggest - is that Greece apparently has no functioning tax bureaucracy, allowing the 'wealthier' to work around them. A lot of people successfully evade paying taxes and thus leaving the stare dysfunctional.

To be fair, Germany has become a failed state as well however as long as the tax bureaucracy is still perfectly intact they maintain in a position to obfuscate their own rotten core.

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