Argimón concerned about the suspension of 11,000 family allowances and Lema says there is no going back


Minister Martín Lema and the Vice President of the Republic, Beatriz Argimón, faced each other over the suspension of 11,000 family allowances.
Minister Martín Lema and the Vice President of the Republic, Beatriz Argimón, faced each other over the suspension of 11,000 family allowances.

In the last few hours, Argimón expressed his concern about MIDES’s decision to suspend 11,000 family allowances for homes and families that do not send their children to study at Primary or Secondary.

For this reason, the Vice President of the Republic and President of the General Assembly, Beatriz Argimón, requested a meeting with the President of the Social Security Bank (BPS), Alfredo Cabrera, and with the President of the Central Board of Directors (CODICEN) of the Public Administration. National Public Education (ANEP), Robert Silva in order to learn about the situation.

there is no turning back

However, after Argimón’s statement, Minister Lema said that “there is no going back” in the decision to suspend the payment of 11,000 family allowances to those parents or families who do not send their children to classes.

The Secretary of State tried to play down the relevance of the situation by expressing that there is no controversy.

Lema said, in statements to El País, that compensation for children’s attendance at classes should be demanded, not only for the 11,000 cases involved in the suspension, but for the 369,000 that do comply and therefore maintain the right.

He said that he prefers to opt for an “unfriendly” measure, taking proactive actions so that the situation is regularized, rather than giving a signal that it does not matter whether they go to educational centers or not.

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