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The elected government is considering creating new aid for the homeless

The transitional government is assessing the budget’s potential to create new assistance for the homeless population. The idea was suggested by the future First Lady, Ganja Silva. She would have asked the transitional group in charge of the human rights issue to “take a special look” at these people in a state of social vulnerability.

Former Human Rights Minister María do Rosario (PT-RS) accepted Ganja’s request. The Federal MP is part of the working group responsible for this issue. Now, this team is evaluating the possibility of creating public policies for this audience, in an effort to remove people who need some kind of help from the streets.

There is still no ready-made design for the new software. The transition group does not know if it will be possible to push the aid, or at least implement a project aimed at this population. Now, this team is focused on analyzing information from the current government. They complain about an alleged blackout on data for federal boards targeting street residents.

“Caring for the most vulnerable, especially the homeless, and Brazilian children are concerns that President Lula feels very directly. The future first lady spoke to me about these two aspects and gave me this message,” Maria do Rosario said in an interview published in O Globo newspaper this week. “.

“There is a concern that the commission will devote itself to all subjects, but pay special attention to Brazilian childhood and families with children living on the streets,” the former minister continued. María do Rosario is one of the candidates for the post of Minister of Human Rights again, but there is still no official confirmation on this subject.

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Displaced population in Brazil aid

In any case, the truth is that the main focus of the elected government is the issue of preserving the value of the R$600 Auxílio Brasil for the next year. On Wednesday (16th), the so-called transitional PEC should be formally handed over to the National Congress.

The document must explain the proposal to remove Brazilian aid from the public expenditure ceiling for the next four years. If the text is approved, elected government You will pay more attention to the design of the social program.

During the years of the Bolsonaro government, one of the most important points of criticism was the program selection process. Studies show that a large portion of the homeless population is unable to enter Cadúnico due to a lack of basic documents.

Program redesign

In an interview on Tuesday (15), the former Minister of Social Development and the Fight against Hunger, Teresa Campello, said that the elected government should take the whole of 2023 to gradually reformulate the Kadeniko system.

“The government dealt with Cadastro Único very badly, froze Cadastro Único, created a parallel registry, created a parallel application and in this way produced a set of information on beneficiaries and people who became impoverished because of the pandemic or because of the crisis,” the former minister said during the interview.

“A lot of people think there’s enrollment fraud, and I don’t see it that way. People were misinformed and misinformed. No social assistance network supports that because the federal government ignored the social assistance network. A lot of people started to register individually. So today you have it. A very problematic record that needs to be reviewed,” Campello continued.

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Until the publication of this article, the federal government had not commented on the criticism of the former minister.

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