Venezuela’s Patria System Prepares to Allocate Second Special Bonus of September
The Patria System’s Bonus Allocation
The Patria System in Venezuela is gearing up to allocate the second Special Bonus of September to all Venezuelans who possess a Patria card. This information was brought to light by the Bonos Protectores Social Al Pueblo account. Cardholders are urged to keep up to date with official information through the Patria Blog.
The exact amount of the benefit remains unknown at this time. However, the most recent bonus, dubbed “Cooperation and Brotherhood,” amounted to 140 bolivars. In August, the special bonuses had a value of 130 bolivars, which saw an increment in September.
Decline in Non-Oil Exports
In a related development, Venezuela’s non-oil exports have experienced a significant decline. It was reported that there was a 0.2% decrease in 2022 compared to 2021.
“Against the Economic War” Bonus
Another bonus that has already been disbursed this month is the “Against the Economic War” bonus. This financial aid, provided by the Venezuelan government, is targeted at pensioners and public sector employees on passive payroll. The benefit granted is one thousand bolivars or approximately 30 dollars, based on the current exchange rate of the Central Bank of Venezuela (BCV).
Receiving the Patria Special Bonus
To receive the Patria Special Bonus, individuals are guided to follow certain steps:
- Visit the official Patria System website.
- Register with personal details such as name, date of birth, identity card number, address, mobile number, etc.
- Request the validation code. A notification will arrive via text message.
- Enter the verification number and select the “continue” option.
- Verify the data provided in the system.
In conclusion, the Venezuelan government is poised to distribute the second Special Bonus of September to holders of the Patria card. The amount of the bonus is yet to be announced, but the most recent bonus was 140 bolivars. The government also provides economic aid to pensioners and public sector employees, with the most recent benefit amounting to one thousand bolivars.
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