Because one of the main causes for denial of federal program support “COVID Debt”, is not to prove the required kinship, the deputy Álvaro Moreira ValdesHe exhorted the president of Mexico to expand the kinship by appealing to the modernity of the new families.
The legislator assured in his explanatory memorandum that it should be considered that the current composition of families in Mexico has changed and the so-called “traditional” no longer persists made up of father, mother and children, with the highest rejection rates being the granddaughters, nieces, nephews and grandchildren in that order, with 96.4 and 98 percent.
Who through a Point of Agreement exhorted the head of the federal executive, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, so that the guidelines for the granting of support for funeral expenses to relatives of people who died from the disease COVID-19.
The foregoing in order to expand the requirement of degree of kinship of the applicants contemplating, at least, to the ascendants and descendants without limitation of degree and the collateral up to the third degree.
The Deputy also argued that according to the classification developed by the Institute of Social Research, in Mexico the 9.6 percent They are extended families, made up of father, mother, children and some member of another generation such as grandmothers and grandfathers.
Also, the 6.2 percent are families made up of older couples without children and the 11.1 percent They are single-person families, whose care networks may fall to other direct relatives such as their siblings or nephews, the legislator stated.
“In this period of anguish and sadness for hundreds of thousands of Mexican families, This program is undoubtedly an important action to help alleviate the economic pressure that is being experienced”.
“Because of this, the deputies and deputies of the Institutional Revolutionary Party We consider it important to make an attentive and respectful call to the federal government to consider expanding the kinship requirement, so that it can also be requested, at least, by grandparents, granddaughters and grandchildren, as well as between siblings, uncles and nephews, thus contributing to the economy of their homes”, Added Moreira Valdés.