Dealing with the bill on the tax on digital services will resume this week in the Plurinational Legislative Assembly (ALP), according to the daily Página Siete.
The Commission for Planning, Economic Policy and Finance submitted the review and analysis report on the draft law to the House of Representatives and considers it “workable” and “recommended its approval”.
No adjustments or changes were made to the draft law presented.
The document assumes that a tax of 13% will be paid on all digital services.
In this regard, the Civic Community MEP Luisa Nayar confirmed to the La Paz Environment that the MAS intends to pass this law “between taps and midnight” at a time when the population is suffering from the coronavirus health crisis.