The case is that if the Social Security did not have a deficit, then pensions would be revalued at the rate of the CPI and not at 0.25% as it is now due to being in deficit. That is, the government has avoided transferring money to Social Security because it knows that if it did, pensions would be revalued more and the cost of payment would be higher. That is why he has decided to give loans to the Social Security, which did not become indebted since the 90s. An accounting trick for not increasing pensions.

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