Belarra announces aid of up to 100 euros per child to low-income families

The Minister of Social Rights, Ione Belarra, has announced that the General State Budgets 2022 will include that beneficiary families of the Minimum Living Wage (IMV) and those with low incomes receive a supplement of up to 100 euros per child.

He has announced it on his Twitter account with the following message: “Within the framework of the PGE agreement, we have managed to get families that receive the IMV and those with low incomes to receive a supplement of up to 100 euros per child.”

“An agreement that continues to improve the IMV and that brings us a little closer to the universal provision for parenting,” added the minister and secretary general of Podemos, who does not give more details of this measure included in the 2022 budgets than this Wednesday They have reached the Congress of Deputies for processing.

Also, in a previous message, Belarra emphasizes that the accounts for 2022 “are ambitious budgets”, but that they will continue “working so that in the next few the Family Law includes a parenting income and the extension of maternity and paternity leave until the 6 months “.

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