Hiligaynon news: Dapat wala sang buhis ang mga bagay, serbisyo nga naga-agi lang sa LGU

  • February 17, 2017
  • Atty. Ma. Janet Mesa

Siyudad sang Quezon, Pebrero 17 (Pia6) -- - Ang  Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG)  nagliwat sang ila direktiba sa mga mayor nga indi dapat ginapatawan sang buhis, sulokton  kag iban pa nga ginasukot ang pagdala sang mga bagay kag pasahero nga naga-agi lang sa ila mga lugar.


Si DILG Secretary Ismael 'Mike' D. Sueno nagsiling nga ang departamento sa masami nagapahanumdom sang mga mayors nga indi dapat pagpatawan sang mga ilegal nga suloktun kag mga buhis para sa inter-province kag pagbiyabhi sang mga bagay kag pasahero.  

Sa iya pinaka-ulihi nga memo ang  DILG Secretary nagtawag sa gilayon nga pagbali wala sang mga lokal nga ordinansa nga naga-otorisar sa pagpataw sang mga buhis kag sulokton sa inter-province nga pagdala sang mga bagay, regulatory fees sang mga pasahero sa lokal nga mga puerto kag iban pa nga mga dugang nga mga buhis ukon sulokton sa maskin ano nga sahi sa pagdala sang mga bagay kag pasahero.  

Nagasiling ang  Akta Republika  7160 ukon ang  Local Government Code, nga ang pagpatag sang t ‘pass-through’  nga sulokton sa mga ginadala nga mga bagay kag pasahero wala sa poder sang mga gobyerno lokal sa pagbuhis.

Agud mapaseguro sa pagtuman sang LGU si  Sueno nagmandu sa mga rehiyonal nga mga opisina sa pagpaseguro nga ang mga probisyon sang RA 7160 sa  'Common Limitations on the Taxing Powers of LGUs' lag samg  DILG memorandum hugot nga ginasunod kag gina-observar gid.   


Sugod Pebrero  20, 2017,  ang mga rehiyonal nga opisina sang DILG dapat magsumitir kag maghimo sang isa ka rehiyonal nga summary form  nga nagapakita sang mga lokal nga mga ordinansa nga nagapataw sang mga toll fees para sa paggamit sang mga access nga dalan sa ila mga lugar. (DILG/jcm/pia6))


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