The minimum income will go to the Council of Ministers in May, as confirmed by the Minister of Inclusion, Social Security and Migration, José Luis Escrivá, this Friday, who also explained that, although this benefit will be managed by his Ministry, it will be financed with taxes.
"We have been working on it for many months," and "in the month of May we will bring to the Council of Ministers the standard with which this benefit is developed," which "will be financed with Budgets but managed by Social Security," Escrivá said. Friday during an interview at Cope.
In it, he also highlighted that this income "will be accompanied by insertion itineraries, for which we will work with social workers from the City Councils and with organizations such as Cáritas".
"It is a benefit that aims not only to fix a specific problem but to be a vehicle to move towards inclusion, whether from a work or school point of view." "It is a vital minimum income and therefore aimed at those who need it most, a million households, will complement the incomes of families in great need and those who need the most protection: single-parent families and families with children," Escrivá said.
On the other hand, referring to the Social Security accounts, the minister has said that "at this moment, everything that Social Security is paying is due to meet the needs of a citizenry that is in an exceptional moment " In addition, "with the level of contributions that our Social Security System has, an excessive deficit should not emerge, if it occurs, it is because there are certain expenses that are improper and that should come out of Social Security. Without them, the system does not have a deficit "