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The Minimum Vital Income adds 15,254 beneficiaries, the least progress since April

Date: May 23, 2024 Time: 09:08:37

The Ministry of Inclusion, Social Security and Migration has published this Monday that the number of beneficiaries of the Minimum Vital Income (IMV) already increased to 661,338 beneficiaries as of the last day of July. Although, as Airef pointed out, this is the accumulated data of all those households that have received the benefit at some point since its approval within the framework of the pandemic. Thus, in recent days this number has grown to 15,254, the smallest increase since April, after a record month of May (more than 55,000). This is one of the main bets of the current acting minister, José Luis Escrivá, which was the result of sending exchanges of views with the former Vice President of the Government, Pablo Iglesias.

The Unidas Podemos sector, integrated in the last general elections in Sumar, considers that this aid is insufficient and focuses its criticism on the bureaucratic network that in its opinion it is necessary to overcome to access the IMV. The department headed by José Luis Escrivá has tried to alleviate this situation by sending an information bus, as well as setting up tents to explain to potential beneficiaries what steps it was necessary to take to submit the application, something that reflects the data has made the scope of aid may be substantially increased.

The ministry celebrates, another month, the incidence of this aid to reduce child poverty, given that in 67% of beneficiary households there is at least one dependent minor (447,176), while 43% of the total of 1, 91 million people who receive this help are minors, more than 831,000. In addition, this impact is reinforced by the Child Aid Supplement (CAPI) that reaches up to 395,086 children. This aid, which came into force in January 2022, has an amount between 115 and 57 euros, depending on the age of the dependent children.

The Government, already in office, has avoided making a more extensive assessment of these data in the statement sent this Monday, for which reason it has limited itself to making public the data collected by the National Institute of Social Security (INSS). Escrivá had set the goal of 600,000 households at the time of creating this instrument, a ceiling that was exceeded at the beginning of the year, despite the fact that the total number of beneficiaries is far from the 800,000 that the Ministry believed could be improved. of the Minimum Vital Income.

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Puck Henry
Puck Henry
Puck Henry is an editor for ePrimefeed covering all types of news.

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