Gobierno de España. Ministerio de Hacienda. Secretaría de Estado de Presupuestos y Gastos - Dirección General de Costes de Personal
Sello Excelencia EVAM 200-299, año 2018
Clases Pasivas

Extraordinary pensions for acts of terrorism

  • Retirement Pensions (for permanent disability for service)
  • Family Pensions: widowhood, orphanhood and for parents

A) Retirement Pensions (for permanent disability for service)

Amount: it is 200 per cent of the scale  that corresponds to the classification group assigned to the Corp that the civil servant belongs to on leaving active service.

Formalities: on the one hand, the interested party should apply to his personnel organ for retirement for disability and on the other the initiation of the proceedings for ascertainment of the determining causes and the circumstances concurring in the retirement.

Economic effects: first day of the month following the date of the retirement unless the personnel are already retired, in which case it will take effect as of the first day of the month following the date of the act of terrorism that gave rise to the disability.

B) Family Pensions: widowhood, orphanhood and for parents

They are caused by civil servants or retired personnel that die as a result of acts of terrorism, as well as by those who already had a recognised extraordinary retirement pension for acts of terrorism leading to disability for service, whatever the cause of death may be.

The requirements and conditions to be a beneficiary of these pensions are the same as those established for the ordinary Passive Class pensions, with the particularity that children entitled to a pension are under 23 years, and those who are disabled for any work since before they reached this age or the date of the death of the causing subject. If orphans older than 23 years of age become incapacitated for all types of work before they turn 25 years old, they are entitled to the orphan pension permanently

Amount: it is 200 per cent of the scale that corresponds to the classification groups assigned to the Corps that the civil servant belongs to on leaving active service. When there are several beneficiaries, the pension will be distributed in the following way:

  • If there is a spouse or unmarried partner and children, one half will be for the spouse or unmarried partner and the other half for the children in equal parts.
  • If there is a mother and a father, in equal parts. The parents are only entitled if there are no spouse or unmarried partner and children entitled to a pension.
  • When a co-participant loses the right, their part will cause the part of the rest of them to increase.

Formalities: the interested parties should complete the corresponding State Passive Class System family pension application model.