New bill gives 50K/year to "super" senior citizens

SP SOTTO WELCOMES SENIOR CITIZEN’S ADVOCATE: Senate President Vicente Tito Sotto receives a copy of the proposed amendments to Republic Act 10868, or the Centenarians Act of 2016, from Atty. Romeo Macalintal, an advocate of the bill, Monday, August 06, 2018.
Under the proposed amendments, senior citizens who reach 80 years old should be given P30,000; at age 90, another P30,000, and at 100 years old, the balance of P40,000 shall be given. An additional P50,000 for every year shall also be given to the centenarian if he survives beyond 100 years. (Photo by Cesar Tomambo/06 August 2018) #SenatePH SOURCE: Senate of the Philippines via Facebook; https://www.facebook.com/senateph/photos/a.815377408486542.1073741828.749071305117153/1996228137068124

"Super senior citizen" in the title means any person beyond the age of 100. "New bill" does not refer to a Senate or a House bill but refers to proposed amendments to Republic Act 10868.

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