New Israeli Plan Looks to Reduce Bureaucracy in Government Offices
The government has declared war on excessive levels of regulation and bureaucracy. Prime Minister Naftali Bennett, Finance Minister Avigdor Liberman, Justice Minister Gideon Sa’ar, and Deputy Minister in the PMO Abir Kara presented a new government plan to significantly reduce excess bureaucracy in government offices.
The new legislation will help turn Israel into a paradise for small and medium-sized businesses, Bennett said. “Part of the reason that Israel’s hi-tech sector is so successful is that it is not subject to all of the types of regulations that a pizzeria in Rishon Lezion has to follow.”
The plan includes the enactment of a regulatory framework law that will establish long-term infrastructure for the formulation of regulation in Israel and the establishment of a regulatory authority that will oversee new regulatory processes, and work to reduce the excessive regulatory burden. The law will establish principles for optimal regulation based on international standards, promoting a competitive economy, reducing the cost of living, and adapting to the needs of small and medium-sized businesses. (JPost / VFI News)
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