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Three aDDITIONAL solutions for combined PUBLIC and private SECTOR PROBLEMS

The following additional solutions for combined public and private sector problems are dedicated to politicians, economists and citizens all over the world:

1.Expensive energy

Expensive energy is a major cost for both consumers and businesses. Reduce old methods of energy production and increase Renewable Sources of Energy for cheaper energy, improved business and personal income and more sustainable climate.

Michael Kassotakis

2.Low and reduced tax data accuracy

The increase of relevant audits, crosschecking and accuracy of personal and business tax data in utility and other bills can provide significant tax deduction and increased income for public sector, businesses and consumers.

Michael Kassotakis

3. Debts of The Public Sector and Debts to the Public Sector

Citizens and business debts to the public sector must be counterbalanced automatically and electronically with debts of the public sector to the citizens and businesses for reduced bureaucracy, increased public income and increased financial legality.

Michael Kassotakis

©™MichaelKassotakis, 2005 – 2125 –

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Climate change

Climate change towards a greener and more sustainable development is an emergency, as enviromental polution affects negatively all stages of life, food chain and water. Michael Kassotakis

Legal versus Illegal businesses

Legal businesses can achieve longterm profits, while Illegal businesses, many times, have short term profits, losses, face law problems, fines and short business life. Michael Kassotakis

High Cliniques and Hospital Occupation

When cliniques and hospitals are highly occupied, the release of patients with minor health problems increases public and private health effectiveness. Michael Kassotakis

Justice

High legal expenses prevent justice from a lot of people. Michael Kassotakis

Mental Health

There are many mental health patients who have caused minor harm and they must not be restricted, as well as they must be released with light medication or without enforced medication, according to their free will.

Public Ombudsmen

Excluded public authorities from Public Ombudsmen Reports, might mean hidden negative revelations and fear of peoples opinions as well as violation of the rule that justice is equal to all. Michael Kassotakis

Reports of Public Ombudsmen

Reports of Public Ombudsmen offer a wealth of information for improved public policies and the cleaning of public sector. Michael Kassotakis

False medical diagnosis

There are false diagnosed mental health problems that are better identified as psychological problems, so these cases should be treated by psychologists and not psychiatrists. Public Helath Auditor “Ippokratis”

©®™MichaelKassotakis, 2005 – 2125, e-bcr, https://www.e-bcr.com.

MAIN MENU “HELLENIC-CHINESE RED SOUP”

INGREDIENTS

1 Kg Chinese Rice “Nihaki”

1 chicken cube “Knorr”

3 sliced big garlics

3 Big Spoons Virgin Olive Oil

1 small spoon salt

3 big spoons of compressed tomatoes “Kyknos”

3 stirred chicken eggs

10 sliced portions of bacon

10 sliced Mushrooms

1 little bottle of Red “Tobasco”

EXECUTION

  1. We put 6 litres of water in a big stewpot.
  2. We put all the ingredients except from the “Tobasco” in the stewpot and keep boiling them until we taste that the soup is cooked.
  3. We serve in big and deep plates and we pour as many drops of Tobasco we like (more drops, more spicy food) and pepper. The estimate is that this main menu is for four people-ideal for countries, when the climate is cold- ideal for a “light” menu- ideal for recommended price of 9-11 Euros, just for the main menu- ideal for old and mature people with teeth problems-but also for hangovers and spicy soup lovers.

Master Chef “God Dionysos”

Order OF THE SHADOW PRIMEMINISTER

Form groups of MPs in every county and start touring in order to record enquiries, then escalate them.

The most important will be satisfied, due to cut of expenses for the recovery of the economy.

The less important will be prioritised and will be satisfied, if the budget allows us to do so.

The Shadow Primeminister, Sir Michael Kass.