Support for reducing the activities of self-employed workers is crucial, which was changed by the PS vote in parliament.
Catarina Martins, BE coordinator, warned on Saturday that the postponement of payment of social assistance “is to condemn the greater crisis of suffering” and criticized the government for “creating problems to achieve the issues approved by parliament.” “.
Catarina Martins delivered a speech at the rally, recommending candidates to the Deputy Prime Minister Beatriz Gomes Dias to participate in the Lisbon meeting in the next municipal election List of Hall Left Area (BE) online, About 40 people are studying at Maria Amália Vaz de Carvalho Secondary School in Lisbon.
He said: “At present, when we reiterate our commitment to all struggles for dignity, social support, and unity, we also reiterate our request to provide all those who need it to all those who need it as soon as possible.”
Regarding the fact that the government decided to “postpone and create problems to achieve the goals approved by the Parliament and the President of the Republic”, the BE leaders did not find an explanation, but referred to the theme of expanding social support. From the criticism of critics to the socialist executives led by Antonio Costa, this has set the tone.
“We will not turn a blind eye to the crisis, we will not postpone the answer, we will not wait for the answer to pass, because for everyone, for every family with no income, everyone who is currently suffering, postponing support is to condemn more Big crisis.”, he warned.
From the perspective of Catarina Martins, it is necessary to provide this kind of support “to make those who cannot work because of the pandemic and those who are always in danger of being car-carried and never have the right accept”.
“Yes, we want other labor laws. We don’t want this country to be in a state of instability. We are fighting for it every day, but now, we want those who are not responsible for the instability they found to defend themselves. Said that during the pandemic, they themselves will not be without social support.
According to its leaders, BE’s request is a “fair response” to the crisis.
Parliament approved and announced that the changes to social support that will be sent to the Constitutional Court took effect on Thursday and will be reflected in the payment of self-employed workers and management partners in May.
The Minister of Labor said that on the same day, the Council of Ministers approved a “guarantee clause” to ensure that “no one gets underpaid” to support the reduction of activities due to changes approved by the parliament.
Support for reducing the activities of self-employed workers and management partners is crucial. Due to restrictions, the activity was relaunched this year and changed in parliament due to the PS vote. The government has indicated that it will send it to the Liberal Democratic Party. Constitutional Court.
With the change, the basis for calculating support will now take into account the monthly average annual income in 2019 (the year before the crisis caused by the pandemic) instead of the average salary recorded as the incidence of contributions in the past 12 months.
The government stated that this change may result in an increase of 40 million euros in monthly expenditures, which means a structural change in the social security IT system.