I can just say, get live with it. The bureaucracy is a hell, and believe me I live in one of the most bureaucratic countries in whole world. In reality, in my country you can't even build anything (not even car park) on your own land without giving bureaucrats information about what are you building. Hell you can't even buy any stuff for you company, without registering it in tax return and giving that to bureaucrats. And the funny thing in our country is, we got a law, then notice modifying the law and most probably also notice modifying the notice - although the bureaucrats doesn't even know laws and notices, a little example.
I moved in my country and wanted to change my "permanent residence" - so I had to get a new ID card. The problem is, I couldn't (according to girl at the bureaucracy building) ask for new ID card on the bureau in the town I live now (e.g. where I have the permanent residence), but I have to travel to my old permanent residence and ask for a new ID card there.
Fine, so I drove 200km just to get my new ID card, and guess what happened - according to notice modifying the law, they weren't allowed to give me new ID card, as I have to contact bureau at my new permanent residence place, they contact bureau at my old permanent residence place and ask them for new data. Then I have to wait 6 weeks for them to "create" my new ID card and then for no known reason I have to pick it up at my OLD permanent residence place. Wow Sherlock. (Yeah, half year later I even realized I don't have to pick it up and in next 4 weeks they will mail me new ID card)
But as time goes, I'm kinda used to this - and except for this, worthless politics and hot weather, I love living in my country - I still wouldn't change it (We're not a totalistic system or so, this level of bureaucracy is here since Maria Theresa. )
Although I'd like to notice, that bureaucracy like this isn't always really bad. You can get a lot of important information from the bureaus here (like flood maps, etc.) - which is considered advantage. Especially if you're planning to move. Although buying a car is really a bit of hell (getting car ID or such can take few weeks and hours in bureaus, good thing is, you can drive with temporary ID until you get permanent one).
tl;dr Just get used to this like mistakes, bureaucracy and generally government idiocy - it won't end. And more importantly, rather enjoy life and ignore the politics, bureaucrats, etc. - they're just true evil.
Edited by Vilem Otte, 05 August 2013 - 03:06 PM.