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By Rubén Lo Vuolo

Social security structures in Latin the USA built in a fragmented demeanour, delivering various entry to merits and profit degrees to inhabitants teams. within the context of common casual and precarious paintings, social coverage associations may perhaps purely offer constrained assurance. during this context, growth towards a Citizen's source of revenue coverage in Latin the US is dependent upon the potential of reappraising its significance for an built-in institutional method which promotes the empowerment and monetary independence of individuals. A Citizen's source of revenue coverage isn't just a funds move to relieve poverty or a simple source of revenue for nutrition. it's a uncomplicated correct to enhance democracy and inspire a extra independent improvement of individuals dwelling in profoundly unequal societies.

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