Thursday, June 1, 2023

Welfare programs will be banked in July

Juchitán, Oaxaca.- State representative of the Secretariat of Welfare in Oaxaca, Nancy Ortiz Cabrera, reported that for the month of July, all social programs would be banked; That is to say that all the payments will be through the banks of the welfare.

This was announced on Tuesday during his visit to the city of Juchitán, present at the distribution of 1,600 aids to the beneficiaries of the pension for the elderly and disabled, who collect resources in cash at the service tables.

He added that this banking process is a priority for the federal government, mainly for those that collect from commercial banks such as HSBC, Santander, Banorte, Banco Azteca, Affirme and Banjarcito, as opposed to collecting from Banamex and Bancomer. was done with the people.

“There is an invitation for them to come over so that we can process for them, because at some point they will stop making deposits into those commercial bank cards; Well, the attention will be only through the Banco del Bienstar”.

With regard to the construction of a branch of the Banco del Bienstar in the city of Juchitán, the official said that the construction of 262 branches of the Banco del Bienstar for Oaxaca was set as a goal, which has already been achieved.

However, he added that it would have to happen through a new presidential term, so that the branch was planned for Juchitán, but not completed due to differences with Reforma Fracionamiento’s neighbors. Could go

“It’s a budget issue. […] Juchitán was a priority, which is why it was in the first strategy,” he said.
On the other hand, Nancy Ortiz pointed out that the Margarita Maza Card program is a state government program, with no interference from the federal delegation of the Secretariat of Welfare.

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