Italy’s leftist-globalist governing coalition will likely hand out much more cash per day to migrants than to disabled Italians, a new analysis of the state’s budget has revealed.
Figures published this week revealed the state will allocate €50 million next year, €200 in 2021, and €300 in 2022 to put towards Disability and Self-Reliance Fund, Italy’s Il Giornale reports.
About two million of the three million disabled individuals in Italy rely on state benefits to survive.
If the amount of money allocated by the state to serve these people is divided by the number of people who require such services, every disabled person would be given 54 cents per day.
In short, this kind of money isn’t enough to pay for the most basic living expenses.