"The umbrella opens" of the beneficiaries on 100 installments for the repayment of debts to the Municipalities: An amendment has been submitted to the Parliament that allows more people to settle their debts to Local Authorities with this regime..
The amendment also extended 4 months - which can be extended further 6 months- the deadline for submitting applications for 100 doses, but also possibility until the necessary platform is fully operational, Citizens to submit their applications by. mail.
Who are the new beneficiaries?
Specifically, as provided for in the amendment:
- Included in the arrangement are debts that are to be certified by 30.6.2021 (as applicable, the settlement concerns debts that have been certified up to 28.2.2021).
- Further, allowed up to 31.10.2021, the submission of the debtor's application for inclusion in the arrangement (the deadline expires 30.6.2021). By ministerial decision, the possibility of submitting the application can be extended for additional (6) months.
- It is foreseen that during the period until the special application in the single Digital Portal of the Public Administration is fully operational, the debtor's application can be submitted directly to the relevant municipality, or through the municipality's website, either via email (email), or through a special application of the municipality.
How are they set to 100 installments debts
According to a relevant JMC, it was possible to settle the debts to the municipalities and their legal entities., in to 100 doses, Beneficiaries of debt settlement are businesses and citizens affected by the pandemic. The regulation includes the partial payment of all types of certified debts, from 15 February 2020 to 28 February 2021 and now those up to 30 June. Debts are settled on a lump sum or up to 100 doses, according to the scales of regulated amounts provided in the relevant provisions of the previous law 4611/2019.
Who are the 100 doses
The relevant KAD are mentioned in the JMC (Activity Code Numbers) for all companies without exception affected by coronavirus control measures. In everything,as far as natural persons are concerned, those who meet are subject to the regulation, at least one, by the following conditions:
-employees whose employment contracts have been or are suspended
-those who were supported by measures of the Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs to support them
-Landlords whose rents have been reduced by order of a public authority, all of the above in dealing with the consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic.
In the coming weeks - in collaboration with KEDE and the Ministry of Digital Government- the Electronic Platform is launched, to which citizens will be able to apply to settle their debt.
Vangelis Dourakis writes