NOT YET JUDICIALLY ENACTED TAXES OF SLOVENIA PRESENTS...
NO RELAXATION WITHOUT TAXATION
Making everything more complicated is a vital function of government: complicatedness makes it look like Slovenians have rights, while g. Štrukelj's apparatus becomes ever more important-looking - and the opportunities for social sadism it creates put a little action into the bureaucrat's humdrum life.
The problem up to now has been the lack of a positive economic relationship between national revenue and complicatedness. The ratio has been going the wrong way, according to our study.
This tax on simplicity and straightforwardness restores balance in the system, by taxing those who benefit from any regulations due to their being too readily understood by those who might benefit from them.
Lack of complexity for individuals and businesses will be assessed by an ever-growing number of increasingly less responsible staff, following ever more incomprehensible monthly diktats - with their opacity and ambiguity ensured by their being in Slovenian, possibly legal Slovenian from a different part of Slovenia.
Numerous different ways of calculating your tax due according to the uncomplicatedness of your life will arise, and you will have to pay different rates at a different place every time, whenever that may be (see Sending People To The Other Office Tax, above). Don't be late!
The correct ratio will be achieved when nobody on Either Side has a clue what is going on.
The whole thing will resemble civilisation the way a puddle of brown sick looks a bit like your dinner.
Civil service employment 100% guaranteed without cuts! (Except in certain circumstances).