Miracles, it seems, do happen.
A Romanian senator (Teodor Atanasiu of the PNL) has proposed a law that would require communication between the Romanian tax authorities (ANAF) and Romanian companies to be carried out via email. Every Romanian company would receive a unique email address the moment they registered at the local tax office and all notifications, requests for payment etc. would be sent to that address. The cost of sending (often rather pointless) communication by registered post would be saved, as would a great deal of time and hassle. Existing companies would have six months after the introduction of the law to re-register at the tax office and pick-up their email address.
It is a simple, rational, intelligent idea that will make things just a little bit easier for the average Romanian taxpayer, as well as lightening the load of the already overstretched post office.
As such we can’t see it ever becoming law.