The minimum vital income only reaches a third of the households expected one year later
The Minimum Living Income is one year old these days. Just this Tuesday, June 15, twelve months have passed since the first state minimum income can be requested in Spain. The measure approved by the coalition government was a milestone in the fight against poverty in the country, by establishing a homogeneous minimum income floor throughout the State, a claim from social organizations, expert voices on poverty and the European Commission itself. A year later, the aid continues to be celebrated for the importance of its implementation, with an important "but": it has reached far fewer people than planned, "725,000", just under a third of the goal of 2 , 3 million that the Executive set.
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