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The minimum vital income is two years old

The minimum vital income (IMV), a pioneering benefit in Spain, turns two years old reaching almost 450,000 households in which 1.

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The minimum vital income is two years old

The minimum vital income (IMV), a pioneering benefit in Spain, turns two years old reaching almost 450,000 households in which 1.1 million people live, still half of the initial objective but with improvements, such as the childhood supplement, on the way to being something more than a mere social aid.

The IMV, an income claimed for years by unions and other third-sector entities, was part of the program of the PSOE-Podemos coalition government, but its approval was accelerated after the hardest hit of the pandemic and the measure saw the l

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