Witchcraft declared legal profession in Romania

BUCHAREST, Romania — Romania has changed its labor laws to officially recognize witchcraft as a profession, prompting one self-described witch to threaten retaliation.
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The move, which went into effect Saturday, is part of the government’s drive to crack down on widespread tax evasion in a country that is in recession.

In addition to witches, astrologists, embalmers, valets and driving instructors are now considered by labor law to be working real jobs, making it harder for them to avoid income tax.

For months the measure had been debated, protested by witches and mocked by the media.

On Saturday, a witch called Bratara told Realitate.net, the website of a top TV station, that she plans to cast a spell using black pepper and yeast to create discord in the government.

I doubt witches and seers make much money. The tax revenue would be negligible at best.

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 Witchcraft declared legal profession in Romania

5 thoughts on “Witchcraft declared legal profession in Romania

  1. Bahahaha, awesome, I didn’t know about this. Shifty government is shifty.

    But yeah, witches DO make a lot a people, witches in Romania are mediums in America, same shit, different name.

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