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Fonavi: plan to return contributions could be approved this week

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The law that ensures the return of the total contributions of the National Housing Fund (Fonavi) was approved on April 15 last, and a day later the ad hoc commission – in charge of making the return effective – could start sessions to define how the debt payment was going to be made, for which they had a deadline 30 days.

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However, only this Wednesday, July 6, will the commission be able to meet with its seven full members, since on June 30 the Ministry of Economy and Finance (MEF) named the missing member, the representative of the Pension Normalization Office (ONP).

Despite the delays, the Fonavistas, who also make up the commission and are chaired by one of its members, have been advancing with the operational plan, which they hope can be approved in Wednesday’s session.

Luis Luzuriaga, president of the commission, points out that it is key that the plan can be approved so that the contribution recognition certificates can be delivered, which is a security similar to a check or a bill of exchange. .

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Although the identification of all the fonavistas and their respective contributions is an arduous task, Luzuriaga affirms that it is possible to advance with the returns to the 800.00 million who are already registered, since they are older adults and their attention must be prioritized as indicated by the approved law, especially in the context of the pandemic and rising food prices.

The leader affirms that if he acts quickly, he could start with the returns in the second half of July.

“A second point that we must address is the issue of the debt that the State has, we want to know what suggestions they have so that they can honor their debt as quickly as possible. Because we can approve a series of devices, but if the money is not there, it will not be possible to make it effective”, he specifies.

According to Luzuriaga, a former contributor could receive a minimum of S/11,000 and a maximum of S/20,000; however, the final figure will depend on the years of contributions and the salary they have received during that period.

It is worth mentioning that the ad hoc commission has a fund of S/2,000 million, amount that will be used to make the first payments.


As it is recalled, the Executive had calculated that the total debt amounts to S/42,000 million, which they considered a very large fiscal burden to assume. Given this, it is not ruled out that the representatives of the Government propose other options to make the return of the contributions effective.

Some 2 million Fonavistas have been demanding that their contributions be returned to them. Photo: diffusion

Bereaved will be able to collect debt from Fonavi

22% of the ex-porters who made up the 19 lists whose return was approved in 2015 have already died, so their relatives will be able to collect the money, as established by the published law.

Family members must first check on the website of the Technical Secretariat of Fonavi if your family member is registered, since this accredits their work history and therefore that they are beneficiaries.

Source: Larepublica

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