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(CNN Spanish) -- The Venezuelan government delivers bonds to people in vulnerable situations who have suffered from the covid-19 pandemic and the economic, humanitarian, political and social crisis in which the country is submerged. Here we tell you what you should know about the bonds of the Patria System in Venezuela.

The bonds provided by the Sistema Patria are intended for a specific number of Venezuelans in vulnerable situations who have registered on the web platform of the Sistema Patria, created by the Government to manage different payments, subsidies, social benefits or bonds.

To opt for any of these bonuses, it is necessary to create a profile on the web, complete the corresponding forms.

The system will require data such as identity card, telephone number, date of birth, sex, place of residence, etc.

These bonuses are randomly distributed, meaning that some people receive them while others do not, and there is no clear logic behind the allocations. In addition, there is no option to sign up for a specific bonus, so you just have to wait for them to assign one.


In the case of public sector workers, they receive a bonus every month called a "War Bonus", which has a value of US$ 30.

Those citizens who obtain a bond will be notified by a text message of 3532 that changes according to the name of the bond, such as the following of "1x10 of Good Government"

"The 1x10 of Good Government has been a successful and victorious method to address the reports of the people. A year of battle, solutions and victory. (Beneficiary's ID)".

Once this message is received, it is necessary to enter the website of the Patria System and click "Receive bonus" so that it is deposited in your wallet.

The hours in which the bonuses can be received are between 6:00 am and 10:00 pm. local time.

What is the Patria System of Venezuela?

The Patria System is a platform established four years ago by the questioned President Nicolás Maduro, with the aim of providing financial and social support to the most vulnerable citizens of his country. This platform was created in response to the multiple crises affecting the population, leaving many people in a situation of vulnerability.

Through the Sistema Patria, the Maduro government distributes a variety of payments, subsidies, social benefits and bonuses to those who need them most. These resources are intended to alleviate economic hardship and improve the quality of life of people affected by the crisis in the country.

The Patria System is linked to the carné de la patria, an identification card implemented in 2017 that, according to Nicolás Maduro, seeks to become the new identity document for Venezuelan citizens.

The Chavista government maintains that at least 18 million Venezuelans are already registered in the Patria System. Although some analysts consider that this figure could be simply propaganda, there is also the possibility that many citizens have registered in the hope of receiving some bonus from the State.