Companies of the Pichincha province, represented by the Chamber of Industries and Production, requested to the Commission on Economic Regime of the National Assembly, which is currently processing the draft Organic Law on Remission of Tributary Interests, Fines and Charges, an additional period of 30 days to make effective the payment once the pardon of the debt had been demanded.
There are a number of preliminary measures to be undertaken to comply with the payment. In legal matters, actions in process should be withdrown and that process involves at least three steps that are not met within 60 days. The justice system operates at longer terms than the one proposed in the bill,” said Xavier Sisa, lawyer of the Chamber during his appearance before the Committee on Economic Regime.
Oswaldo Larriva, chairman of the commission, pointed out that the requests of employers of Cuenca, Guayaquil and Manta on the bill and doubts regarding the SRI will be collected. Larriva also indicated that the adoption of the law might be on April 21. Another doubts among the employers regards the partial payment of debts.