President Trump, Finland, EU discussed on World

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But that takes a long time five years ago i proposed to the president of finland that our digital prescriptions would work across borders and it said going to go into effect next year so that six years basically uh the the technology side of this uh would take a couple of days i'd say but getting it done politically takes a long time legally and the regulatory side of things now that's it's actually a fairly unique accomplishment this does not exist anywhere else where in the world uh is out to get from there to all of the eu's gonna take a while now it may appear odd that the government slowly disappears when this transition to a virtual government is complete but need kinney said a straight i mean surely the real estonian government can't just disappear what happens to it though an and its authority mug amine israeli administration we're talking about in the european says the government is the elected cabinet um and the in the administrative side is what becomes increasingly uh transparent but also decreases in size is kind of the bureaucratic give version of the state withering away karl marx when once pro envisioned it uh but i mean think of the most of the things that you deal with in your personal interaction with the government as your case of proving where you live i mean they're simple decisions that don't require human intervention the my own country after you ah do your driver's test you don't go to the dmv even if you have to update your you know i do and i test you go to a high dr but the idea ctar sends in the information that ninety glasses urgently while we there's no need for all of that brick and mortar and flesh and bone bureaucracy when the decisions are are things that.

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