Some 3,000 concrete proposals aimed at simplifying bureaucracy were recorded in the two weeks that have passed since the launch of the platform MaiSimplu.gov.ro, informs a Friday’s release from Ministry for Public Consultation and Civic Dialogue (MCPDC).
The most popular proposals were: complete elimination or merging payments for ID issue; interconnection of databases for eliminating, within the communication between public institutions, of criminal records; replacing the obligation to purchase the tax stamp with a more accessible payment system; inter-operability of databases of the National Agency for Fiscal Administration (ANAF) with those of Romanian Police / Ministry of the Interior (MAI), so that offenders no longer have to send themselves and keep proof of paying the traffic fine; reducing the steps required for registering a car.
The most often mentioned institutions, both by the citizens, as well as by commercial companies were the ANAF and the MAI.
The initiators of the platform also centralize in ministries the proposals for simplifying bureaucracy and proposed procedures, as they result from analyzes specialists institutions.
The MaiSimplu.gov.ro platform was launched on February 24, at the initiative of the Prime Minister’s Chancellery and the MCPDC.
Prime Minister Dacian Ciolos and Deputy Prime Minister Vasile Dancu convened for Tuesday, March 15, the inter-ministerial working committee of representatives of state institutions with representation at the level of secretaries of state, and will announce subsequently the solutions identified for each reported issue, both in the medium as well as in long term.