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Social Security Council allocates RD$100 million to families affected by Fiona

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Consejo de la Seguridad Social destina RD$100 millones a familias afectadas por Fiona
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With the aim of supporting and collaborating with the families affected by Hurricane Fiona, the National Social Security Council (CNSS)), through resolution No. 553-07, exceptionally assigned a extraordinary contribution of 100 million pesosto contribute to the mitigation of the damage generated by the passage of said phenomenon.

During an ordinary meeting held this Thursday, the governing body of the Dominican Social Security System (SDSS), ordered that These resources will be managed, monitored and supervised by a special commission created for the occasion.

The labor minister and president of the CNSS, Luis Miguel de Camps, valued the resolution and the spirit of consensus in which it was achieved.

"At this time of difficulty, all the attention of the state must be focused on assisting those Dominicans who have been affected by this phenomenon. Our goal is to return to normality as soon as possible, this is what the protection of the state is all about “

Said commission is made up of Juan Estévez, José Antonio Matos and Juan Ysidro Grullón, representatives of the government sector, while Roselyn Amaro Bergés and Evelyn Koury will represent the employer sector.

While the representatives of the labor sector are Santo Sánchez and María Pérez, while the Dominican Medical Association will be represented by Mery Hernández, who will be accompanied by the general manager of the CNSS, Edward Guzmán, and with the participation of the Social Security treasurer. Henry Sahdalah.

The assigned resources will come from the interest generated by the funds of the health care account of the people of the family health insurance of the contributory regime. and in no case of the contributions of the affiliates and their employers. Said commission must present a report to the CNSS.

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