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Pensions: Frank Riester admits women will be ‘slightly penalized’ by reform


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Communication with the government fails. According to Frank Riester, “Women are penalized to some extent by the postponement of the retirement age.” The bill was presented to the Council of Ministers on Monday.

“We absolutely disagree. They are a little more affected,” the Minister for Parliamentary Relations acknowledged on Monday evening during a program of public hearings on the Public Senate, LCP and Figaro Live. Women, in order to be able to reach their contribution period, use, and this is quite legal, quarters confirmed by a child. This allows them to more easily access the minimum quarters in order to be able to confirm their retirement without a discount,” explained Frank Riester.

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“Quarters per child don’t play on the delay of age, they play on the duration of the contribution,” he continued. “Particularly in this matter, they are a little more influenced than men.”

Impact paper submitted on Monday

Pension reform will push women more than men to extend their careers, according to a paper released Monday by the government as a study of the impact of its bill. According to a government document seen by AFP, the reform will have the opposite effect on them: they should earn more than men, but at the same time prolong their activities a little longer.

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During the presentation of the project, the Prime Minister confirmed that the reform should reduce the pension gap between men and women, but did not indicate that women should, on average, work to an older age.

Source: Le Parisien

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