The Chairwoman of the Commission on the Rights of the Workers, Betty Carrillo, said that technical analysis is needed to determine if a proposal it is feasible to ensure that unpaid domestic workers, who fail to contribute 20 years to thesocial security to obtain their retirement, can receive a proportional value.
This text was submitted by the Executive branch to the National Assembly on November 15, 2014. It states that housewives can have access to retirement once they turn 65 years of age and 20 contributions.
The assemblywoman considers that in the first step of affiliation of unpaid household workers, those who receive the development bonus would have access to this. Other people could later have accessed.