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Poet and writer R. Emujin:
“Put the crowd in the rat hole…
The law for corrupt people is going to stumble on its back. If you have a house, cottage, apartment, or garage registered in your name, have you noticed that it is legal to pay tax on one or more of them, and it has been demanded from this year?
A person with a house worth 100 million MNT will pay taxes of 600,000-1,000,000 MNT per year, depending on the location. After 10 years, there is no need to worry about paying 10 million and the price of the house will decrease. You will work for years to get a home, you will get a loan, and you will be stuck in the lurch.
After making it one’s own by holding on to it, the tax will be distributed and suppressed. Where exactly is this going and what is it going to? Do you remember three years ago when a former judge with almost 30 flats passed by?
If you want to control the corrupt people, you should make sure that the middle class, who carry the economy of this country, are not affected.
If the goal is to decentralize the city, then the culture, education, market, and economy of the rural areas and the outskirts of the city should first be leveraged and developed to attract people. Other than that, it won’t be solved by imposing taxes. Only your hidden economy will grow and become corrupt.
If it’s a way to create a budget, it’s a lot of trouble. The annual budget of Mongolia is lying in the iron closet of 100 corrupt officials, with debts.
They say that if there was a legal arrangement in this country where people could do business and live, they would have saved their money and bought a house and rented it out.
Throwing citizens into the sea without a rescue boat, instead of giving them an oar, do they ask for taxes and wait for years and months for them to drown? Or is it a far-fetched plan to make it impossible for Mongolians to live in Mongolia?
What if Amarbayasgalan and Oyun-Erdene, who are sticking to their laws and supporting their laws, tell the truth? Is the agreement that they will empty their land and evacuate their citizens and give it to foreigners a far-fetched or not?
The countries that pay taxes on their real estates provide the highest level of living and working rights of their people, and there are no budget fraudsters like you.
In today’s situation, the tax pressure is nothing more than burning the people and harming the country’s economy in the long run, there is no other magic. Today’s Mongolians live in boilers, are poisoned by smokeless fuel, and are forced to pay taxes on their homes for traveling in freezers called public transportation.
The land next to the apartments will be sold and there will be no place to step on it, playground, air to breathe, and a window to see. said.