Details of payment of living subsidies to 40 million people

According to Tejaratnews, the government and the Islamic Consultative Assembly, in the context of the economic crisis and the pressure of sanctions, are continuously pursuing projects that will relieve some of the burden of these two crises from households and economic actors and reduce the spread of the Corona virus by reducing traffic.

In this regard, Mohammad Nahavandian, Vice President for Economic Affairs, announced yesterday two new decisions of the National Anti-Corona Headquarters, which are both to reduce economic pressures and to manage the Corona crisis. One of them is to increase the number of households receiving the 100,000 Toman subsistence assistance plan from 30 million to 40 million, and the other; Postponing the implementation of part of the new Czech law to reduce traffic to banks, as well as further review of the new law and further amendments by the end of the year; Of course, if needed.

Reducing traffic and new problems for economic actors

Nahavandian, stating that the amendment to the Czech law was approved in 1997 and gave 2 years to amend this law and provide the necessary systems and infrastructure, said: Now the implementation of the new Czech law is ready. The credit has been approved by the Monetary Council and has been implemented, but according to the new law, all checks must be registered in the fishing system. In one of the clauses of the new law, banks were barred from paying checks that did not comply with the new law, which the central bank predicted would increase the number of visits to banks. For this reason, due to the conditions of Corona, the implementation of this note was postponed until the end of the year in order to provide the necessary culture, acquaintances and information. In the meantime, if there are any problems in the law, a bill should be given to further amend and review the specified route. Due to this, the implementation of the law on non-payment of checks has been postponed.

But experts see the delay in enforcing the new Czech law as more than just reducing traffic to banks, and believe the central bank has made the right decision in the current context.
Mahmoud Jamsaz, an economics expert, told Iran: “Some parts of the new Czech law have made business conditions more difficult for the real private sector, which works more with the Czechs and is in dire straits in terms of payroll, and in the current situation.” The economy put this sector in more trouble and shrunk the economy.

For this reason, delaying the implementation of this law, in addition to reducing traffic, is also a kind of reduction of pressure on the real private sector of the economy. During this period, it is necessary to work on the shortcomings of this law again and invite a group of lawyers and experts to further regulate the law based on real needs. A law that increases trust between people and officials, and that part of that trust, which is the largest social asset, is gained through the Czech law.

Noting that the Czech law has been amended several times but is still inefficient, Jamsaz acknowledges that the country’s economic situation is such that the real private sector has been severely weakened and that the transparency of this sector, which is also transparent, faces several obstacles. This sector does not have a large share of liquidity in the country, which in my opinion has exceeded 3000 thousand billion tomans. Liquidity is in the hands of the financial mafia and its traces can be seen in stock exchanges and parallel markets such as gold and land.

In such cases, the new check law, although it has tried to give credit to the check and punish bad miscalculations, according to which banks have the right to the funds of all bank accounts and cards and any amount belonging to the check issuer under any title with the bank or credit institution. Block the check deficit and deprive the person issuing the check of some banking services. This will be very destructive in a situation where there is not enough economic stability in the country and some businesses and producers have issued checks based on their demands. This is in a situation where many of them are asking the government. Therefore, it seems again that some parts of this law should be reviewed.

“In the past, when a seller sold sex and took a promissory note, the promissory note was behind the current account,” said the economist, referring to strategies such as overdraft, which Iran has experienced in recent decades. The seller was in the bank, and if a check went to the bank and there was no money in the account, the bank would pay the check by deducting an amount from those promissory notes. Both the seller was able to sell the loan and the check was not returned. Basically, one of the Islamic contracts is the purchase of religion, and this can be implemented even now. If we do not act properly on the law of checks and promissory notes, the economy will shrink and unemployment will rise, and uncertainty about the future and unpredictability of the future will lead to the closure of businesses and the spread of brokerage. Therefore, the amendment of the Czech law is necessary and postponing the implementation of the recent decree is considered positive both for reducing traffic and reducing pressure on the private sector, but during this period, postponing the implementation of the law needs to be reconsidered and decision makers find the best law. Execute to approve.

Increasing the number of people receiving livelihood assistance

But another support that is being provided to the families’ livelihood in the coronary conditions and to the extent of the government’s wealth is the payment of living allowances, which, according to the Vice President for Economic Affairs, the first payment was made on Friday, December 19th.

In this regard, Nahavandian announced the agreement between the government and the parliament to implement the resolution of the National Anti-Corona Headquarters and said: “According to this agreement, it was decided that 40 million people will receive livelihood subsidies in this livelihood plan.”
Referring to the recent talks between President Hassan Rouhani and the Speaker of the Islamic Consultative Assembly, Mohammad Baqer Qalibaf, he added: “In this meeting, there were talks about the recent plan of the parliament to help needy families.”

The Vice President for Economic Affairs stated: “According to the operational agreement reached at this meeting, it was decided to amend the resolution of the National Anti-Corona Headquarters and the number of population receiving the necessary assistance in this livelihood plan increased to 40 million people.”

Nahavandian stated that 100,000 Tomans will be paid to each person per month, stating: A special group that is covered by the Relief Committee will receive 120,000 Tomans per month based on the approval of the Islamic Consultative Assembly, and the first payment was made. Payment will be 100 thousand tomans per month for a period of 4 months.

Source: Iran