Deputy Jaime Naranjo (PS) urged the government not to rule out implementing a new Emergency Family Income (IFE), aimed at sectors affected by unemployment. Also, he indicated, it would serve to stop the project of the fifth withdrawal of pension savings.
“The government should not rule out implementing the IFE for certain social sectors that are experiencing a very difficult situation, particularly women and men who do not have a job today,” said the legislator in a video posted on his Twitter account.
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“I believe that the establishment of the IFE as an instrument of support and public policy in favor of the most needy, can serve as a brake so that the fifth withdrawal is not promoted by Parliament,” added the deputy.
Video via Twitter: @diputadonaranjo
in conversation with Radio Bio BioNaranjo pointed out that “direct aid from the State is required here and not that Chileans continue to pay for the health and economic crisis that the country is experiencing through the pension fund.”
Likewise, he maintained that “the fifth withdrawal is not going to be stopped by anyone and I do not rule out supporting it as well.”
However, he qualified and expressed that the Executive must be given time to take measures. “When crises have this magnitude, it is the State that has to reach into its pocket and not individual people, who harm their future pension due to withdrawals,” he pointed out.