Thanks to the up-to-date topics that NALED deals with, bringing together the private, public and civil sectors’ needs and a strong influence on positive changes in legislation, as many as 97% of members are satisfied with the organization’s activities, of which more than three quarters rate the results with the highest score while no member has given them the lowest one.
Therefore, 95% stated that they will continue to support NALED’s activities in the next year as well.
In a survey conducted during the 14th annual NALED Assembly, which was held in a digital format from July 27 to 31 due to the coronavirus pandemic, members pointed out the following as the association’s most significant results: contribution to eGovernment development, introduction of e-services for building permits, seasonal employment of workers, cadaster and inspections reform, as well as flat-rate taxation, reduced shadow economy and corruption.
Representatives of businesses, local governments and civil society organizations especially recognized the promptness of NALED's response during the COVID-19 crisis, in order to preserve economic stability. As necessary steps in the coming period, they especially emphasized the need to support vulnerable sectors and devastated municipalities, reduce VAT and tax relief.
Members pointed out the introduction of public-private dialogue as practice in regulatory reforms as another organization’s result that leads to more transparent and thorough reforms.
Based on a representative sample that corresponds to the membership structure, it can be concluded that members most often achieve their reform priorities through the activities of six thematic alliances (40%), at events and round tables (35%), during consultative processes in defining legal solutions (32%), by participating in the Assembly (25%) and submitting suggestions for the Grey Book (23%).
Za narednu godinu, čak 77% članova nominovalo je dalji razvoj eUprave i e-poslovanja kao glavni prioritet, a odmah zatim i borbu protiv sive ekonomije i unapređenje poreskog sistema. Reformu zdravstva na prvo mesto je stavilo 65% članstva, a jedna od preporuka je i uključivanje privatnih zdravstvenih institucija u suzbijanje kovida-19.
For the next year, as many as 77% of members nominated further development of eGovernment and e-business as the main priority, with countering shadow economy and tax system improvement immediately afterwards. Healthcare reform came first for 65% of members, and one of the recommendations is to include private healthcare institutions in fighting COVID-19.
31.07.2020At the 14th NALED Assembly, as part of the ceremonial closing held on Friday, 31...Read more