This was the subject of all tensions. But senators and deputies finally agreed this Wednesday, March 15, during a joint consolidated commission on pension reform, to adjust to a long career. It will be necessary to have 43 annuities with five quarters to 16, 18, 20 or 21 years old to leave at the age limit of 58, 60, 62 or 63 years. The device is cheaper than the deputy L.R. Aurelien Prady.
Initially, the latter required that all long-career scheme beneficiaries (who started working before the age of 21) contribute no more than 43 pensions, with only a quarter working in their youth. A measure that “costs between 7 and 10 billion euros. It’s not available,” Labor Secretary Olivier Dussaud warned during a debate in the Senate on Saturday. But on the eve of a very uncertain vote in the Assembly, the government intended to send a message to the few vacillating deputies of the Republic of Lithuania…
Some will actually have to pay more than 43 annuities.
So on Wednesday there was a buzz in the corridors of the Assembly that the government was going to grant this request to the CMP. But it was not Pradi’s first full proposal that was ultimately accepted, but an amendment introduced by his group’s president, Olivier Marlet, and signed by Lot’s deputy.
Finally saved a device that is more restrictive. “The idea is that there are 43 annuities for everyone, but subject to age restrictions (58, 60 or 62 years) and with five quarters” worked up to a certain age, said macronist Senator Xavier Iacovelli. “The adopted amendment still includes age restrictions,” the head of LR confirmed. Consequently, some will actually have to pay more than 43 annuities depending on their year of birth.
According to left-wing parliamentarians, the CMP only accepted the government’s proposal, estimated at 300 million euros a year, reports LR. And condemn “fraud”. “A third of people with long careers should contribute more” than 43 annuities, says Manuel Bompard, LFI coordinator.
Source: Le Parisien
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