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❓ Can a family become a beneficiary of the Government’s 9th action, if the mother of minor children is also pregnant and does not work, while the father of the family works?
No. The 9th action envisages assistance for children under 18, whose parents do not work and whose family does not receive family benefits.
According to the Government’s decision, the requirement on not working applies to the two parents simultaneously. In this case, the child’s father works, therefore, the family cannot become a beneficiary of the action.
The action is presented below in detail 👇
Below you can find beneficiaries of the 9th action aimed at neutralizing the economic consequences of coronavirus, approved by Government’s decision 427-L, dated April 2, 2020:
families who have a child below 18 years of age, and none of the child’s parents or the only parent did not have a registered job as of March 12, 2020 and was not employed for a temporary or permanent registered job during March 12, 2020 - March 31, 2020.
‼️Thus, according to the Government’s decision, assistance is provided to children under 18 years of age, whose parents (only parent) do not work (are not registered employees) and the family does not receive family benefits.
‼️The assistance is nonrecurrent and is provided for each child of the family in the amount of 26,500 AMD.
‼️To receive the assistance, one of the parents or the only parent should submit an electronic application on online.ssa.am site after April 9, 2020.
‼️It is important to remember that in all cases where the beneficiary is eligible for more than 1 action of assistance approved by the RA Government, he/she can choose the one, in the frame of which, the provided assistance is greater.
❌It is not possible to become a beneficiary of the action, if
‼️Let us remind that according to Article 14 (1) of the RA Labor Code, “Employment relations between an employee and an employer shall arise on the basis of an employment contract concluded in writing in the manner prescribed by the labour legislation, or by an individual legal act on accepting for employment upon the consent of the parties”. According to Article 17 (1) of the RA Labor Code, “The employee is the capable citizen having attained the age defined by this Code who performs certain work for the benefit of the employer based on certain profession, qualification or in a certain position”.
✅ You can read the Government’s decisions on the following website https://www.e-gov.am/gov-decrees/.
✅Reference link to the RA Government’s No. 411-L decision, dated March 30, 2020 https://www.e-gov.am/u_files/file/decrees/kar/2020/03/411.pdf
✅Reference link to the RA Government’s No․ 427-L decision, dated April 2, 2020 https://www.e-gov.am/gov-decrees/item/33694/
✅ Clarification made by the RA Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs․