Greeks expect more for their taxes, OECD report finds
Eight in 10 Greeks expect more and better services from the state in light of the taxes they pay, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) said in a report published on Tuesday.
In its "Risks that Matter" report on the findings of its 2018 survey of 21 member-states, the OECD recorded widespread dissatisfaction with social policy, as well as an underlying sense that the government is not working for, or listening to, the people.
Greece ranked along with Chile, Israel, Italy, Lithuania, Mexico, Portugal and Slovenia, where 80 percent of respondents or more said that they want their government to do more to ensure their economic and social well-being, while in countries like France, Greece, Israel, Lithuania, Portugal and Slovenia, 70 percent or more feel disregarded by their leaders.
In Greece, meanwhile, only one-quarter or less of...