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petek, 23 aprila, 2021

SHAME! LOOK AT BANK ACCOUNT STATEMENT of asylum seeker! Migrants, to their accounts, from Slovenian country, receive more than in Slovenia is the average pension and the average net salary!

1248.56 euros of social assistance, from 20 to 24 April last year, occurred on account of a migrant who lives in Slovenia, reveal the newspaper Slovenske novice, which obtained a bank statement.

The migrant received 876 euros from the Ministry of the Interior and 80 and 292.56 euros from the Ministry of Labor, Family, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities. Today, social assistance is even higher.

Just for comparison. The amount, received by the migrant to the account, is higher than the average Slovene net salary in April last year (EUR 1,038) and also from the average old-age pension (619 euros).

You can see the migrant’s bank account statement HERE.

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