Ana Mendes Godinho took advantage of the question of the parliamentary group of the Palestinian Communist Party, about the deteriorating living conditions, to recall the social support implemented by the socialist government in recent years and told MPs that later this year, a provider will be established to give a voice to social security users.
We invest in the welfare state […]in a more equitable distribution of wealth […] The minister said before this announcement.
The official also noted the government’s commitment to ensuring the future sustainability of social security and related pensions, and stressed that this sustainability is guaranteed for another 26 years.
Betting on the future of social security prompted the government to announce, in April, the establishment of a committee to diversify sources of funding, in order to ensure its sustainability.
Ana Mendes Godinho used her parliamentary intervention to announce that this commission will be coordinated by the economist Mariana Trigo Pereira, who has collaborated with the International Labor Organization (ILO) –
Mariana Trigo Pereira and Pedro Adao e Silva have published Caring for the Future – Legends of the Portuguese Welfare State.
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