Minimum Insertion Income Act, 649
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Pulled from the Floor on 6 February 2023, with 12 Aye, 0 Nay, and 5 Abstain.
Article 1 - General Terms and Conditions
- 1.1 - Every person who, because of his age, physical or mental condition, the state of the economy and employment, is unable to work, has the right to obtain from the community an adequate livelihood. The social and professional integration of individuals in difficulty is a national imperative. To this end, a minimum integration income is instituted and implemented under the conditions set by the present law. This minimum integration income is one of the elements of a comprehensive scheme to combat poverty and eradicate all types of discrimination, particularly in the fields of education, employment, training, health and housing.
- 1.2 - Any person residing in the Republic of Kodiak whose resources, as defined in Sections 3.1 and 3.2, do not reach the amount of the minimum income defined in section 1.3, who is over twenty-five years of age or is responsible for one or more children born or to be born, and who undertakes to participate in the actions or activities defined with him/her, which are necessary for his/her social or professional integration, shall be entitled, under the conditions provided for in this Law, to a minimum income for integration.
- 1.3 - The minimum integration income varies according to the conditions set by regulation, depending on the composition of the household and the number of dependents. Its amount is set by a governmental decree and revised twice a year according to inflation.
- 1.4 - The beneficiary of the minimum integration income is entitled to an allowance equal to the difference between the amount of the minimum income defined in the previous article and the resources defined in accordance with the procedures set out in sections 3.2 and 4.1.
- 1.5 - The funding of the allowance is the responsibility of the State.
Article 2 - Conditions of eligibility for the allowance
- 2.1 - If the conditions mentioned in section 1.2 are met, the right to the allowance is opened from the date of the request.
2.2 - Individuals who are pupils, students or trainees are not eligible for the allowance unless the training they are undergoing constitutes an integration action mentioned in section X?.
Article 3 - Determination of resources
- 3.1 - All of the resources of persons used to determine the amount of the minimum integration income are taken into account for the calculation of the allowance. However, certain specialized social benefits may be excluded, in whole or in part, from the amount of resources used to calculate the allowance, in accordance with the terms set by regulation.
- 3.2 - For persons who are self-employed, the specific modalities for determining the resources derived from the exercise of this activity, adapted to the specificity of the various professions, are established by the Ministry of Commerce and Labor and the Ministry of Social Services.
Article 4 - Insertion
- 4.1 - The representative of the State in the region works on a contractual basis to ensure the social and professional integration of beneficiaries of the minimum integration income, with the assistance of other local authorities and other legal entities under public or private law, in particular associations, involved in integration and the fight against poverty and exclusion.
- 4.2 - A regional insertion council is established, chaired by the representative of the State in the department. The members of the regional integration council are appointed jointly by the representative of the State in the department. The council includes representatives of the region, the region and the municipalities, representatives of institutions, companies, organizations or associations involved in the economic and social field or in vocational training, and members of local integration commissions.
- 4.3 - In addition, the regional insertion council:
- 4.3.1 - Ensures the coherence of the integration actions carried out or to be carried out in the department and takes into account, in particular, the local economic integration plans ;
- 4.3.2 - Communicates to the competent services of both the State and the department the evaluation of the needs to be met in order to help with the integration of beneficiaries of the minimum integration income;
- 4.3.3 - Sets up a system for the independent and regular evaluation of the integration actions carried out.
- 4.4 - Within three months of the allocation of the minimum integration income being paid, and in light of the information needed to assess the health, social, professional and financial situation of the persons concerned and their living conditions, an integration contract is drawn up between the recipient and the persons taken into account to determine the amount of this allocation who meet an age condition, and the regional insertion council where the recipients reside, on the other hand, a contract showing:
- 4.4.1 - The nature of the integration project that they are likely to form or that can be proposed to them ;
- 4.4.2 - The nature of the facilities that can be offered to help them achieve this project;
- 4.4.3 - The nature of the reciprocal commitments and the timetable for the steps and activities involved in carrying out this project and the conditions for evaluating the various results obtained with the beneficiary.
Written and Proposed by Gustave Bernier, MGA, NEGK.
Sponsored by Reifyrm Visdvk, MGA, Independent.