The Government proposes to suppress the provision for autonomous without a quoted minimum

Social Security has raised to delete from October 1, extraordinary provision for autonomous loss with loss of billing that have not quoted enough and that in Au

The Government proposes to suppress the provision for autonomous without a quoted minimum

Social Security has raised to delete from October 1, extraordinary provision for autonomous loss with loss of billing that have not quoted enough and that in August they charged 141,000 autonomous, according to EFE sources of negotiation.

The Government's approach is to limit extraordinary benefits in exchange for improving exonerations of social security fees to encourage maintenance of activity.

The Director General of Social Security, Borja Suárez, has met on Wednesday with the ATA, UPTA and UATAE Associations, to negotiate the continuity of aid to this group, which expire on September 30.

Government sources have explained that the new proposed aid scheme would allow the coarse collective collective affected by entertainment in quotations to support reactivation.

The benefits, however, would be limited to those who have suspended their activity, at low-income seasonal autonomous and who can access the ordinary cessation compatible with the activity to gather the requirements of contribution lack, aid that in total They charged 85,226 people in August.

Exemptions already supposed a novelty in the current scheme of aid that was agreed in May, as minorities in the quotas of all self-employed workers who were protected in the previous period (almost 460,000 between February and May).

Specifically, exoneration was 90% in June, from 75% in July, 50% in August and 25% in September.

In September, 219,000 autonomous have benefited from that 25% exemption, according to the latest social security data.

In addition, in September there are still 225,000 self-employed workers benefit from any of the current benefits, less than half than three months before and 81% less than in April 2020.

The President of Ata, Lorenzo Amor, has indicated on his Twitter account that he has transferred his rejection of the proposal to suppress the extraordinary benefit and has been offered to continue negotiating over the next few days.

In his view, the suppression of self-employed aid with low-income that does not meet the requirements to access the provision compatible with the activity will leave unprotected to 80% of the 226,000 autonomous that charge a benefit.

ATA sources have explained that, at 141,000 that charge the benefit without a period of lack and that will be initially unprotected, all those that in the coming months will be left without work and / or without having the quoted period necessary to access to access to Ordinary benefit.

The president of Upta, Eduardo Abad, has considered that the cessation of extraordinary activity "can not disappear" and has requested that it be extended, an essential requirement to reach an agreement, has assured EFE.

"There are sectors of activity such as travel agencies, tour guides, cultural, musical activities or professionals from fair shows, among others, who still suffer from the economic impact derived from the pandemic," ABAD has made clear.

UATAE has asked the Government to "reconsider any attempt to cut protection for those who continue to need it" and trust that it makes effective the expansion of extraordinary benefits until January 31.

In a statement, the general secretary of UATAE, María José Landaburu, has also raised the Ministry also the need to offer exoneration in quotas for those autonomous who do not cause any right to any provision.

On the other hand, the Ministry has proposed in the Meeting aid for the autonomous of La Palma, according to the President of Ata, who has highlighted that these workers "are living a few moments".

Updated Date: 23 September 2021, 03:22

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