Distribution started Deed vs Economic warfare By Home systemMore than 21 million people have registered Venezuela. Social welfare started in 2023 with a 60% increase in teacher salaries. Vice President Delsey Rodriguez indicated that they will announce the date for teachers soon.
The Anti-Economic Warfare Bond 2023 Seeks to help teachers working in the national education sector.
Who gets the 2023 Economic War Bond?
In this year 2023, the A bond against economic warfare It will be given to workers in the education sector. Payment will be made through Home system And these social benefits will be directly deposited into the beneficiary’s account.
The issuance of the Anti-Economic War bond began on Sunday, January 15, 2023, to be precise Teacher’s Day in Venezuela. Also, the payment was made on January 16.
How much is the 2023 economic war bond?
As indicated by the beneficiaries of the Economic Warfare Bond, the amounts will be as follows:
- Retirees: BS 405.00
- Property: PS 580.00.
“Economic War Bond Doesn’t Reach Me”, See Users
State communication channel, We are Venezuelaprovided Five key points Via his twitter account to get bonuses from the Patria system:
- Avoid registering the same number Phone of two or more users.
- Cheque The same number is linked to your bank.
- Make transfers Petrol received at financial or subsidized rates only for registered and verified members of your family centre.
- Upgrade Because your profile information remains active, the system will not detect long periods of inactivity.
What is the 2023 Economic War Bond?
How much is a bond against economic warfare?
The Venezuelan government’s anti-economic war grants totaled 580 bolivars, or $29.82.
What other bonds does the Venezuelan government offer in January?
In January, the Venezuelan government, through the Patria system, is distributing payments, subsidies and bonuses to people through the Patria Card. Benefits offered this month include:
- Grand Mission Homes of the Homeland Bonus (They vary from 54 bolivars to 162 bolivars depending on the number of members)
- Bonus Dr. Jose Gregorio Hernandez (81 bolivars)
- Humane Delivery Bonus (108 bolivars)
- Breastfeeding bonus (108 bolivars)
- Family Economic Bonus (54 bolivars)
- 100% School Bonus (54 bolivars and Bs, 43.20 for each registered boy and girl of school age)
Pensioners are still waiting to collect the bond against the economic war
The bond against the economic war issued by the Nicolás Maduro government began issuing on January 15 to public, retired and active workers through the Patria system. however, Hundreds of pensioners say they still haven’t got it This task.
Through social networking sites, Beneficiaries They are still waiting for the reply on the bond issue: “I didn’t get my economic warfare bond. I’m an active teacher”, “My company info was inexplicably deleted, I didn’t get my bonus,” read the tweet.
What items can be purchased and who can receive an Economic Warfare Bond?
A carton of eggs costs Bs. 98 ($5.04), a kg of pre-cooked maize flour at Bs. 25 ($1.29) and a kg of white cheese costs Bs. 96 (4. $94).
Likewise, a kilo of beef costs Bs. 150 ($7.71), a kilo of coffee costs Bs 180 ($9.25) and a kilo of rice costs Bs. 23 (1.18 dollars) dollars).
For its part, a liter of oil costs Bs. 89 (4.50 dollars) and a kg of sugar at Bs. 28 (US$1.44).
Those authorized to receive this bonus, who are active teachers on the platform, will receive the bonus “against the economic war”, which will be gradually and directly paid to users who meet the established requirements.
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