Magisterial Spill is a private social security institution, belonging to teachers who work in state educational institutions. Its function is to manage with transparency the monthly contributions of the associates so that at the end of their working life they have a Profitable Retirement Fund.
As a social security program, Disability and Death benefits are granted to the 280,000 teachers who contribute each month.
The institution was created at the service of teachers on December 10, 1965, at the request of the unions, who wanted to have a retirement fund that would increase the pension benefits granted by the state system.
In this way, the organism began its functions on March 1, 1966. The administration was, in addition, in the hands of the State; however, in 1984, during the Belaúnde Terry government, it was transferred to the teachers’ unions.
Currently, teachers who belong to the Teaching Spill have a monthly discount. The amount goes directly to the coffers of the entity that is represented by CEN-Sutep.
Dispute between Sutep and Fenatep
The board of directors is made up of a president, vice president, secretary, two members and a representative of the Ministry of Education. Nevertheless, President Pedro Castillo published, last Friday, Supreme Decree 022 that arbitrarily modifies the statutes of the Teaching Spill.
Now, it is intended that there be a board of directors made up of seven associates (appointed teachers) who teach in educational institutions of basic education, two associates of IE of Higher Education, an association that teaches in a Productive Technical Education Center (Ceptro), two associates who are auxiliary and one who represents the Minedu.
Likewise, the board of directors will be elected in elections among the associates, with the participation of ONPE. The problem is that in the first elections, by exception, the process will be directed by the Minedu. Likewise, the Serna portfolio will be in charge of approving the complementary provisions for the management of the Spill.
For this reason, the Castillo government seeks to leave CEN Sutep, the old rival of Fenate-Peru, a union promoted by the president, out of control of the teaching profession.