No program is credible unless it is accompanied by responsibility. We gathered people with experience, knowledge, vision, will, and determination to break into the interests of our country.

The program we have prepared is necessarily brief. However, it derives from deep knowledge and experience of the areas where we have expertise and past. Working groups will specify our realistic proposals, which will be presented thematically in the context of the development of the reform progressive program that we will conclude.

Constitution – Institutional Reconstruction – Justice

We envision

  • A Constitution that balances and separates powers between them, allowing for both control and decision-making.
  • A Constitution that allows Justice to control the incumbent Prime Minister and his ministers.
  • A Constitution that will ensure that only in extraordinary and exceptional circumstances will we have reduced government service.
  • A Constitution that will ensure equality and protect the weak.
  • A Constitution that will shield values.
  • A Justice without Commitments, Interventions and Addictions by the Executive.
  • A Justice that chases and does not tolerate corruption.

We suggest

  • Incompatibility between parliamentary and Minority status.
  • The impossibility of submitting a candidature in the next elections after the ministerial term.
  • The election of the presidents of independent authorities and supreme judiciary by the President of the Republic.
  • Increasing the parliamentary duties and responsibilities of Members.
  • The creation of a second body so that local government is represented on the central political scene but also to improve the quality of the double-controlled laws.
  • The creation of a Constitutional Court for the substantive expose or, in the event of a referral from the District Court, extant control of the constitutionality of the laws.
  • The accountability of the independent authorities only to the legislative power and not to the executive, thus ensuring their independence.
  • Strengthening institutions for mediation and out-of-court dispute resolution, with a view to decongesting the courts and timely administration of justice.

Demographic

A national long-term plan is needed. In particular, it is necessary to change the life patterns that will meet modern requirements, on the one hand, and on the other hand, promote a family planning by citizens that will favor the birth and raising of children.

We envision

  • The reversal of the demographic decline of the country starting with the treatment of inferiority. The first national target must be the ratio of 2.1 children / woman needed to keep the country’s population stable than the current 1.3. The goal of the Greek state from now on should be one: To give more motivation to each woman to give birth to at least two children. It is important for the next (at least twenty) years to be considered as those who have at least two children and receive more welfare benefits.
  • Provide substantial incentives and support to new parents to get children and grow them.
  • Balanced economic and population development of urban and rural areas, particularly in remote, mountainous and border regions, and in particular islands.
  • Migration for Greeks is the result of choice rather than necessity. Encourage and provide incentives for repatriation.

We suggest

 

For non-working mothers: Establish a benefit at the level of at least one basic salary today, which will take at least 18 months from the birth ofThe reversal of the demographic decline of the country starting with the treatment of inferiority. The first national target must be the ratio of 2.1 children / woman needed to keep the country’s population stable than the current 1.3. The goal of the Greek state from now on should be one: To give more motivation to each woman to give birth to at least two children. It is important for the next (at least twenty) years to be considered as those who have at least two children and receive more welfare benefits.
Provide substantial incentives and support to new parents to get children and grow them.
Balanced economic and population development of urban and rural areas, particularly in remote, mountainous and border regions, and in particular islands.
Migration for Greeks is the result of choice rather than necessity. Encourage and provide incentives for repatriation. their child. If the spouse does not work, grant an allowance to the spouse for the same amount of time.
For working mothers: Enhance the framework of the existing law to protect working mothers up to 24 months from the birth of the child (from 18 months now in the private sector). Equally, in the framework of the principle of equality, it should also apply to men as soon as they announce in their work that their women are pregnant.
Reduce employers’ contributions to new and new working parents in order to have easier access to the labor market.
Provide increased tax-free limit to families that will get from 2 children and upwards, which will be increased depending on the number of children. Children do not have to be practical, as is the case today, a presumption of taxation!
Lump sum payment to new couples with the birth of the child (e.g. for purchases of clothes, for baby food, etc.).
Free assignment of use of State owned property to new parents for a five-year period and review for any extension. Low-budget and favorable loans to families with new children without their own home in order to buy their first home.
Establish a sufficient number of nurseries (e.g, via PPPs) so that working mothers, especially single-parent families, can work and their children are properly guarded.
Reinforce the administrative benefits of the multi-ethnic and facilitate them especially in terms of the provision of professional licenses, licensed trades, or other business activities.
Greece is the first country in abortions in Europe and the third in the world, with about 250,000 a year, more than twice as high as the births. We propose introducing and enhancing sexual education in schools, as well as the creation of information structures and structures of moral and material support for women who wish under more appropriate conditions to continue pregnancy.
Further simplify and facilitate the adoption of children from couples with infertility through a change of legislation.
Full support of the state and the healthcare service to couples with infertility problems (eg with financial support for a high percentage of exams and IVF). Really Free Services for all pregnant women.
Intensifying the efforts of the Greek state to repatriate not only young people who left during the crisis abroad, but also Greek families living abroad for years. Provision of tax and insurance incentives for the return of natural persons.
Communicating and sustaining public debate on the problem of inferiority and its multifaceted implications, and strengthening the model of the large family through education and the media.
In order to better implement the above, we propose the establishment of a special supervising and coordinating authority at the level of a ministry to facilitate the coordination and activation of other actors: local authorities, insurance, social, educational institutions and multi-agency bodies and associations.

Public administration

We do not believe in easy and simple analyses that supposedly the heart of the country’s problems lies within the Public Administration alone. The reality is the wrongdoings between the relations of the Public Administration with the social, economic and mainly political system of the country. Consequently, the necessary changes are much more complex and should be accompanied by changes in functions, processes, technological infrastructure, know-how and culture and included in a medium-term implementation program.

We envision

  • A State with 5,000 highly qualified employees in all Ministries. They will support political leadership in producing the legislative framework, targeting, elaborating the strategy, and controlling the wider public.
  • Every civil service organization serving citizens, emancipated by political parties, as in so many other modern democracies. The NSI outside the Ministry of Health, schools outside the Ministry of Education, revenues outside the Ministries of Finance and Labor, social transfers and services outside the Ministries of Labor and Social Insurance.
  • A government that selects administrations alone; which has described for each post its duties and tasks; it evaluates employees on its own; rewards those services and employees who help to improve the experience and service of citizens; it punishes directly onboard officials and anyone who neglects their work, considering that permanence covers acts, omissions and non-production of work.
  • A government without armies of redeployed officials and with general secretariats drastically reduced. A government that allows employees to express their suggestions to improve service and implement the necessary ones.
  • A Government that promotes positions of responsibility to those who propose realistic, innovative changes and help in their realization. Not embroiled only in the reign of the Yearbooks.
  • A government that exploits e-Government and open data, eliminating the need for direct contact with the citizen. Not delivering multiple identities and codes to citizens and businesses. She does not ask for any certificates she issues.
  • A government that works for citizens, not for employees, suppliers and politicians, as is the case today.

We suggest

  • The abolition of all ministries in the present form except the Foreign and Defense Ministries and their re-establishment as a state-owned country-pilot.
  • Direct rationalization of all services that provide services to citizens and businesses with a drastic limitation of their number. Upgrading the organization chart by establishing flexible structures such as project management teams or specialized auditing bodies.
  • The selection of all organization commanders from ASEP with open and, where appropriate, international competitions. Without partisan or ministerial interventions, when they are identified, they must be penalized with a disqualification from the post of Minister.
  • The implementation of innovation reward programs, coming from employees. The implementation of public sector evaluation systems and the restriction of ministerial supervision to the approval of strategic and operational plans.
  • Gathering common services such as purchasing supplies or managing human resources to reduce costs through economies of scale and combat corruption.
  • Coding the legislation and securing the control of its implementation.
  • Open Internet access for citizens in public information and their participation in shaping public policies through e-democracy.
  • Establishing internal control over all public bodies and expanding social control in line with the principles of corporate governance.
  • Upgrading the CSCs so that they can provide integrated service for every citizen’s transaction with the public.

Public contracts

Public procurement is a very important sector of the economic activity. In our country, while there are no reliable data, it is estimated that they account for about 20% of GDP and are therefore the average of OECD countries.

Given the lack of administration, wastefulness and opacity, and therefore the corruption that plagues this sector, it is not unreasonable to expect that by rationalizing the public procurement and procurement system we can save 20% of our budget, ie 4 billion per year! Typically, we do not know how many contracting authorities we have and we estimate them to be around 5,000.

We envision

  • Public procurement system is modern, transparent, controlled, efficient and functional.

We suggest the:

  • Establishment of simple and uniform rules for all public contracts and all contracting authorities. Minimum exceptions to these uniform rules should be laid down only when they are objectively justified.
  • Rapid adoption of European and national standards. It takes real political will to break with the interests.
  • Establishment of a body with guarantees of independence and impartiality for the consideration of objections. This body will be required to take a decision within a specified timeframe and its decisions can be challenged before the courts.
  • Reversal of the bidding process (first the financial and then the downstream) wherever possible.
  • Redesigning and rebuilding the e-procurement platform to make it operational for all public procurement with a budget of more than € 60,000 and focusing on the user-friendliness of the application.
  • Creation of an electronic catalog of the products that companies offer (electronic supermarkets) and the obligation of all contracting authorities to supply the materials they need.
  • Targeting new forms of public procurement so that all contracting authorities can increase them as a percentage of all contracts.
  • Review training programs for public procurement executives and develop new more targeted programs. It also requires certification of public procurement executives.
  • Study and review of financial or other incentives for executives involved in public procurement.
  • Creation of a central contracting authority in each ministry as well as in each region.
  • Reorganization of the audit authorities and their unification. Simplify auditing procedures and create a basis for audit findings and a common audit guide.
  • Creation of a National Database of Public Contracts. This is an important project that, when implemented, will be the benchmark and source of information for executives, as well as a source of data for conducting an appropriate policy in the field of public procurement.

Public property

The sterile controversy over whether or not to privatize public property is characteristic of the pathogenesis of public debate and conceals the hidden agreement of non-valuation and therefore irrational management.

Greater importance is the proper use of public property for the benefit of the Greek people, as has been done in civilized countries (Austria, Sweden, Singapore). Commercialization can yield at least 5%. The example of Singapore’s Temasek fund, which averaged 18% on average for 34 years, is indicative.

We envision

  • A public property that is not sold out with insignificant profits in the worst economic climate of our country.
  • A properly valued, commercially viable, well-preserved public property.

We suggest

  • The priority valuation, in cooperation with the Cadastre, of the public property given to the new fund. The annual release of an updated valuation.
  • The active management of all commercial assets in order to provide a dividend of more than 5%. The dividend will be used to reduce taxes and support the welfare state.
  • The ban on the privatization of assets before a report on the maturation of its value and the implementation of the decision only after a decision of the cabinet.
  • The gradual transfer of infrastructure investments to this fund to be programmed for the purpose and increase of the value of the state property.

Local government and multilevel governance

We envision

  • A local government close to the citizen with substantial responsibilities and financial independence to support them.
  • Municipalities and regions with active participation in the development of their region’s development model.

We suggest

  • Transferring implementing powers to regions that fall into seven. In the medium term, with the deletion of Articles 101 and 102 of the Constitution, decentralized administrations are also abolished.
  • The redefinition of responsibilities at all levels of governance through the establishment of program conventions between local authorities and the central administration. We are targeting the implementation of modern multi-level governance (French system).
  • The gradual transfer of resources from VAT and real estate taxes to municipalities in order to strengthen their financial independence and accountability to their citizens.
  • The creation of metropolitan municipalities, according to the standards of modern states, to provide solutions to the current problems of the big cities.

Taxation – Fiscal

We have passed from the moment of indifference to tax compliance and the generalized exemption in the era of tax strangulation of business and the middle class. Unbalanced, with continuous experimentation and unbalanced taxpayers.

We envision

  • A tax system without unnecessary exceptions and injustices. Simple and modern. Stable and transparent.

We suggest

  • The gradual transition, as we regain financial flexibility, into a 20-20-20 fixed tax system (natural persons, legal entities, VAT).
  • A business revival incentive with a 15% tax rate for the first three years to return businesses that have left abroad.
  • Tax reduction for three years for any business that decides earnings above what it said in 2016. The above earnings are taxed at 10%. A similar system of 50% reduction of the above insurance contributions for three years.
  • The abolition of ENFIA and its replacement with real estate tax based on the real rent that yields the property. Gradual transfer of this tax over three years to the municipalities.
  • Optional exemption from reporting obligations and presumptive taxation for all businesses up to € 30,000 turnover.
  • Optional alternative taxation (cash system – UK system) for all businesses up to € 150,000 turnover.
  • Mandatory online invoicing and non-cash payment for all invoices.
  • Control of public finances by an independent audit authority with high guarantees of independence and prestige.
  • Reduce the lending potential for all general government entities.

Economy – Production model

After seven years of acute crisis – a fact unprecedented for any developed economy – growth and change in the production model are still needed. Even worse, with a small and medium-sized business immersed in debt, we are introducing liberation recipes from abroad without any adaptation or provision for gradual transition.
Fear is real. We can lead to a nightmarish model: an economy without depth and without small and medium-sized businesses. An economy that loses the most value-added jobs, as young people with the most equipment go abroad.

We envision

  • An in depth economy, with businesses of all sizes and with fewer and larger businesses.
  • A dynamic, inclusive economy in which there will be incentives for production, work and progress. An economy in which the state will not enter a “partner” in production and labor, but will regulate markets to serve the public interest. It will actively intervene to correct the inherent weaknesses and ensure compliance with rules and laws.

We suggest to

  • Draw up a roadmap for exiting the crisis. It will include the implementation of the reforms necessary for the economy and will require the political will to collide with interests and trade unions in order to rationalize spending and productively replace sectors that are sustainable and offer to national income.
  • Develop a business plan to reduce uncertainty for the Greek economy.
  • Provide incentives for capital inflow into the banking system.
  • Activate legislative interventions to speed up the resolution of the problem of red loans.
  • Use all available development tools to support Greek SMEs.
  • Have state aid and lifting disincentives to extrovert and innovative initiatives.
  • Have the ability of borrowers to prove their inability to buy first-home loans at the same or slightly higher price than the one in which they are sold to foreign funds.
  • Create special innovation bands for universities (universitystartups).
  • Drastic restrict the prudential control on business licensing to reduce bureaucracy while enhancing ex-post control.
  • Abolish development law while removing disincentives.
  • Ease taxation for the first three years and providing incentives to finance start-ups (angelfunding, etc.)
  • Double the amount of depreciation for investments that open up new jobs.

Energy Policy

National Energy Strategic Planning should have as its main objectives the safeguarding of the growth and competitiveness of the Greek economy, the country’s energy self-sufficiency on the unbridled oil stock market of the oil-producing countries and the commitment to the European objectives for sustainable integration of Renewable Energy Sources into the European Energy balance.

Energy as a sector can and must contribute to investment, contribute to the growth and widening of employment, under a framework based on the principles of secure energy supply, the exploitation of domestic resources and economic and environmental best practices and choices.

We envision

  • That Greece is a regional gas and electricity hub.
  • The effective use of the potential of domestic resources as well as the country’s benefits in terms of RES
  • To make use of the favorable framework provided by the European Union’s energy policy on energy efficiency by ensuring the implementation of the relevant legislation on Zero Energy Efficiency Buildings (ZEBs)
  • The transition to cheap, clean and safe energy for everyone.
  • That electricity has become a growth for both the Society and the Industry.
  • Substitution of oil for the production of electricity and substitution of the use of its derivatives in transport using electrification and biogas even on daily journeys by private vehicle. vehicles, to the greatest extent possible.

We suggest

  • The establishment of a National Energy Policy Council, which will define and implement energy policy.
  • The creation of a State Department of Energy within the framework of the Ministry of Development.
  • Smart-micro-grids for scattered power generation and storage, scattered charging centers and digitized electrical networks, in smart cities with electric vehicles.
  • The development of a development tool for refocusing the building activity with incentives, emphasizing the energy renovation of the obsolete and technologically obsolete building stock of the country by the State Department of Energy, addressing, among others, Energy Poverty.
  • Redesigning the “Home Saving” program to “Saving and Managing Home Energy”, enabling the installation of small RES units (e.g. PVs, BIPVs, etc.) under net metering – allowing storage energy.
  • Tax incentives for investments in the sectors of Electric Vehicles, Storage Systems and Cooperative Power Generation Units that will bring economic and environmental benefits to travel, local communities, but also to those involved in agriculture and livestock farming. Substantial incentives to develop scattered charging centers for electric vehicles and related fleet renewal and maintenance operations.
  • Funded by NSRF and other National Resources, focused RES projects of Municipalities, offsetting the generated energy in part for the operation of the Municipalities and partly for the reduction of energy tariffs in Socially Vulnerable Groups (Unemployed, Disabled People, Old People, etc.)
  • Development of new investment tools (eg tax breaks, third party financing, etc.) to provide incentives to SMEs, technologies to improve energy efficiency and reduce energy footprint, in line with the International Standard ISO50001.

Health

It is clear that much of the financial derailment has come from the health sector. Today, however, hospitals are hitting the burden of lack of material and human resources. The adjustment costs are not paid by those who over-register but horizontally all patients.

We envision

  • A health system that includes the operation of all public and private health structures, provides decent care for all and reduces social inequalities

We suggest

  • The Ministry of Health has a staffing role and focuses on the development and development of health policy.
  • Implementation of the EN15224 quality standard, a European health care certification system, in all public and private structures.
  • Integration into national planning, services for people in need of long-term care, relief, chronically ill, elderly and end-stage patients.
  • EOPYY is being stepped up with a range of interventions to upgrade services, purchase healthcare services and streamline the management of available resources.
  • Modernization of the organization and operation of state hospitals and evaluation of existing units for their more efficient use.
  • Completion of hospital computerization and operation of an electronic procurement system.
  • Technocratic staffing of hospital administrations
  • Restore the levels of curators, deputy directors and managers in public hospitals.
  • Modernization of the organization and operation of primary care with the organization of the National Network of Doctors, and the organization of the area of ​​Diagnostic Medical Services.
  • Establishment of compulsory continuing training of medical and nursing staff.
  • “Health PPP” between EOPYY and the Insurance Market, aiming to reduce private household health costs and group insurance for our unemployed citizens.
  • Rationalizing the system, saving resources and creating partnerships will help address the health challenges of the aging population of the country.

Education

The current situation in education, as a consequence of its long-lasting degradation, has led to the crisis of morality and values we are experiencing today. The situation is exacerbated by the government’s obsessions (excellence is stigma) with the risk of irreparable damage to our educational system.

We envision

  • A primary education that cultivates children with critical thinking, collective consciousness and social behavior.
  • A secondary school that feeds the children with skills and knowledge, open to students options, helping the weakest to converge the most gifted to emerge.
  • A tertiary education producer of research and knowledge. Universities, brainstorming communities and promoting social and scientific thought, released from partisan tutelage, development and innovation incubators.

We suggest

  • To ensure access to as many families as possible, with special care for single parents, in pre-school structures.
  • Reorienting the program to primary education with an emphasis on language and critical thinking and a reduction in matter.
  • Restoring and extending the institution of a full-time elementary school.
  • The proliferation of experimental and model schools across the country. Introducing the profession of career guidance counselor.
  • The substantial autonomy of the universities by transferring most of the competences of the Ministry of Education into their internal regulations.
  • After changing the Constitution, the possibility of setting up non-state universities. Removing obstacles to the establishment of branches of foreign universities.
  • The possibility of introducing foreign undergraduate and postgraduate studies.

Social insurance

The social security system in our country has brought together all the deficiencies pathogenesis of populism. Covering the problems under the table, transferring the weights from the elderly to the young, hidden, benevolent, arrangements, inequality and lack of justice. Today, with the decoupling of the pension from contributions, we move the tax model to insurance: the insured does not get any reward for his money.

 

We envision

  • A strong pension fund with a professional investment policy and strong reserves that are fairly invested (fairinvesting), introducing a combination of social and economic targeting.
  • A social security system that eradicates the poverty of the elderly and better addresses the demographic problem.A system without hidden rules and injustices.
  • A transparent system that all and everyone knows what they will pay and what they will get in return.

We suggest

  • Social security system with three pillars.
  • The national pension is financed from the budget and exhausts the state’s obligations.
  • Contributions from the first pillar of insured persons, which pay pensioners directly, will be introduced into a system of imaginable capitalization.
  • The contributions of the second (professional) pillar are capitalized, invested and stored and constitute the insured’s money.
  • The state provides tax incentives for individual pension contracts (third pillar).
  • The issuance of acceleration bonds for the rapid completion of the transition period from the old to the new insurance system.
  • Optional insurance for freelancers in the second and third pillars.
  • The gradual abolition of health charges and the full funding of the NHS from the state budget.
  • Developing an integrated grid of family support measures to tackle sub birth that kills the people and the economy of our country.

Πολιτισμός

Σήμερα ο Πολιτισμός στην Ελλάδα βρίσκεται στη ζώνη του λυκόφωτος. Ο Πολιτισμός δε μπορεί να συνεχίσει να είναι μία αφηρημένη φιλοσοφική έννοια. Πρέπει να δημιουργήσει πλούτο, να ενισχύσει τους επαγγελματίες του, να διαδώσει την ελληνική δημιουργία εκτός συνόρων, να επιμορφώσει τους πολίτες, να αναδείξει την ιδιαίτερη ταυτότητα του κάθε τόπου, να δημιουργήσει θέσεις εργασίας και να είναι αειφόρος αναπτυξιακά και βιώσιμος στο διηνεκές.
Ο Πολιτισμός μπορεί να κινητοποιήσει δεκάδες διαφορετικούς μεταξύ τους επαγγελματικούς κλάδους σε κάθε γωνιά της χώρας. Η αναζωπύρωση, με όραμα, του Πολιτιστικού γίγνεσθαι, είναι επιτακτική ανάγκη. Είναι το μοναδικό προϊόν, που δε μπορεί να παραχθεί πουθενά αλλού στον κόσμο, με τη δική μας Ελληνική και ιδιαίτερη σφραγίδα. Πίσω του θα συμπαρασύρει, κάθε κλάδο που συνδέεται, με τον ελληνικό τρόπο ζωής, διατροφή, συνήθειες, διασκέδαση, ψυχαγωγία, κάθε είδους προϊόν και δημιούργημα.

Οραματιζόμαστε

  • Τη σύνδεση του πολιτιστικού προϊόντος με την κοινωνία και την αγορά και πάντα με εκπαιδευτικό προσανατολισμό.
  • Τη δημιουργία, μέσω του πολιτιστικού προϊόντος, κέρδους και πλούτου για την κοινωνία
  • Το «μπόλιασμα» όλων των Ελλήνων ότι «οι πέτρες» είναι κληρονομιά που πρέπει να τους ενώνει πάνω από μικροψυχίες.
  • Ένα σχέδιο πολιτιστικής διαχείρισης σε βάθος δεκαετίας, με στόχους, χρονοδιαγράμματα, αξιολόγηση και μετρήσιμα αποτελέσματα.

Προτείνουμε

  • Την αποδυνάμωση του ρόλου του υπουργού Πολιτισμού και αποκέντρωση εξουσιών. Να δοθεί αυτονομία στις υπάρχουσες υπηρεσίες του Υπουργείου να λειτουργούν αξιοκρατικά και με όχι πολιτικά κριτήρια.
  • Την ίδρυση ανεξάρτητων Πολιτιστικών αρχών (συμβούλιο Τεχνών που θα προτείνει πρόσωπα για κάθε μεγάλο πολιτιστικό Οργανισμό, κατόπιν διενέργειας διαγωνισμού)
  • Την αυτονομία σε όλους τους μεγάλους καλλιτεχνικούς οργανισμούς και μαζί με τα καλλιτεχνικά και ιδιωτικό-οικονομικά κριτήρια λειτουργίας τους.
  • Το διαχωρισμό της διαχείρισης πολιτιστικής κληρονομιάς και σύγχρονης καλλιτεχνικής δημιουργίας.

We look for others like uspresponsible people. Before we end the economic and social collapse, we must put an end to irresponsibility.

We believe in the power of hope and from this we draw optimism that many will come near us.

Society is waiting to try