Pensions, flexibility in leaving after 100
The debate on the post heats up quota 100 pensions. For Paolo Capone (Ugl) outgoing flexibility mechanisms are necessary. The undersecretary of the Ministry of Economy, Maria Cecilia Guerra assures us that there will be no return to the Fornero.
PENSIONS: CAPONE “NECESSARY OUTPUT FLEXIBILITY MECHANISMS”
“December 31, 2021 will mark the expiration date for Quota 100, one reform which favored turnover by allowing 180,000 men and 73,000 women to obtain early retirement in the two-year period 2019-2020. As a UGL trade union, we have strongly supported a measure which, in addition to giving workers the freedom to choose whether to retire or not, has allowed the generational change and the access of young people to the labor market, at the same time facilitating the entry of new skills into the public administration. Therefore, as UGL, we will continue to reiterate the importance of maintaining flexibility mechanisms at the exit and the need to provide tools that particularly protect strenuous jobs. In this sense, I hope that a table will be convened between the Government and the social partners to discuss an overall reform of the pension system that is based on an essential assumption, namely the right of every worker to retire after 41 years of payments “. declared Paolo Capone, Secretary General of the UGL, regarding the debate on the measures following Quota 100.
PENSIONS: WAR, ‘AFTER ALTITUDE 100 DEFINITELY WILL NOT RETURN TO REFORM FORNERO’
“No, definitely not”. The undersecretary al Ministry of EconomyMaria Cecilia Guerra, speaking on Sky news economy, thus answers the question of whether, once the 100 quota is exceeded, we will return to the Fornero reform. ” Clearly not even the 100 quota has questioned Fornero, it was all useless propaganda because only a temporary measure was made ”, he adds.