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Some beneficiaries of Auxílio Brasil are at risk of LOSE the benefit: see why

Auxílio Brasil was created with the aim of helping families in vulnerable situations, however, the model that is currently adopted for income distribution may favor that some people receive more than others. With the changes in government next year, those who receive unduly are at risk of having their aid suspended.

The president of the Federal Court of Accounts (TCU), Bruno Dantas, made a report on Auxílio Brasil and sent it to the government transition team. According to him, the way the benefit is currently made allows families to divide it to receive more than one installment.

Dantas also said that this situation harms other beneficiaries, “It harms families that cannot be decomposed, like mothers with two or three small children”, he said.

Directions for Brazil Aid in 2023

With the election of the new president for next year, Lula (PT), Auxílio Brasil will undergo changes, and possibly will return with the old name, Bolsa Família. To help with this change, the president-elect is evaluating this data provided by Bruno Dantas.

The document must be used to make improvements to the program, and that includes suspending the benefit of those who receive the most money improperly.

Among Lula’s other proposals for next year’s aid are: fixing the installment at R$600.00 and increasing R$150.00 for families with children up to six years old, R$150.00 per child.

However, these proposals are not yet confirmed, due to the budget sent by current President Jair Bolsonaro for next year’s expenses.

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