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(1889) [MARC] Author: Leo Mechelin Translator: Charles J. Cooke
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The u communications fund 39 dates from a
resolution of the Diet of 1872.

It was thought desirable to secure the
development of the railway system by assigning for
that purpose sufficient resources, independently
of the general budget. This fund, or this
special budget, comprises at present nearly the
whole amount of the national debt, as with two
exceptions all the loans have been contracted
for the construction of railways.

The inconveniences which the divisions and
subdivisions of the budget present, make it
impossible to show the total revenue and
expenditure at a glance» These inconveniences
would be somewhat sensibly felt, perhaps, if

the unity of the budget could not be established


in the calculations which serve to guide the
estimate of the state of the finances.

(48) Taxes.

New taxes may not be imposed, nor old ones
altered or abolished, without the consent of the

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