The official calendar for emergency aid It’s easy to understand. ”That’s the opinion of Caixa Econômica Federal president, Pedro Guimaraes. Live broadcast answering questions regarding emergency aid on Thursday (6) on Youtube.
According to Guimarães, the way Caixa decided to arrange aid payments ended up making everything easier for all audiences. For those who do not remember, the bank divides the days of payment by the month of birth of each of the recipients.
Thus, if a person was born in January, they will receive it in one day, and those born in March will receive the amount on another date. According to Caixa Chief, this system became easier because everyone knows his day of birth.
However, many people criticized this comment by the head of the Caixa, claiming that the calendar usually undergoes many changes and remembering that many people still have doubts about this system. There is, for example, criticism regarding the timing difference between batch and batch.
Even if it follows the order of the months, the aid calendar is not linear. This way, some people may notice a difference of up to 40 days between releasing money one month and the next month. Caixa did not comment on this criticism.
In the same live broadcast, the head of the Caixa said he is also happy to keep the Bolsa Família calendar. He said this was one of the bank’s “big hits” this year. People receiving emergency assistance via the Bolsa Família follow the same schedule as always.
Since this Bolsa Família calendar is fixed, people in this group are already familiar with the payment history. According to official information, these payments are always made on the last 15 days of the year. Unlike informal, Bolsa Família personnel receive money in the same statute of issuance.
According to information from the Ministry of Citizenship, which is responsible for paying the aid, the government has completed issuing the first batch of benefits. This batch began on April 6 and is expected to continue with transfers in the following months.
In 2021, the federal government’s emergency aid is clearly less than what we saw last year. Starting with the program values. In 2020, the project paid installments of R $ 1,200 to single mothers. Now the benefit is paid up to a maximum of R $ 375.
Another point that has changed is the duration. Now, the project has started with the participants knowing that it is expected to last about four months. Last year, many people received all packages between April and December. They stopped by the epidemic.
Economy Minister Paulo Guedes had been saying he might be able to extend the number of months he received the aid. For this, the federal government will have to issue another interim measure (MP). Something very similar to what happened during overtime last year.