Repression instead of prevention. This is the main change that Andrej Babiš has brought in at the nation’s tax offices. “The current leadership at the Financial Administration is trying to crack down on a client-friendly approach. The citizens pay for the state and it exists to serve them. But the trend today is for the citizen to serve the state and its Financial Administration,” warns Tomáš Hajdušek, who heads the taxes and fees section at the Czech Chamber of Tax Advisers, and simultaneously represents the ODS party on the South Moravian Regional Assembly.