AMIA: The Lower House will discuss compensation for the victims families
March 4, 2013
The Lower House will have its first debate of the year on Wednesday 13, to discuss the project that provides for compensation to the victims families of the AMIA bombing in 1994.
The first 2013 regular debate will continue with the subject line of the extraordinary session held last February, when congressmen discussed the government’s agreement with Iran for the investigation of the attack.
The project was approved in the Senate, and establishes a financial compensation for the families of the 85 victims of the terrorist attack, as well as those who were injured.
The text states that “the families of those killed in the AMIA receive a cash compensation equivalent to the monthly salary of the agents Level A, Grade O, the Roster for Civilian Personnel of the National Public Administration approved by Decree No. 993 / 91 (to1995) amended by Decrees. 875/05 and 679/06.”
“Those who suffered very serious injuries, according to the classification made by the Penal Code, receive 30% less, while those covered by serious injuries, 40% less.”