Pensions quota 100 and then? Forcing for the 62 years from 2022. And on 41 …
Quote 100 pensions Sara ‘retired‘ at the end of the year. And there is no doubt about this: the Draghi government will not extend the measure introduced in 2018 with the Lega-M5S executive. But the games on the reform of the social security system They are open. Starting from share 41, come on 62 years to get out of work and in a system of flexibility. The trade unions – CGIL, CISL and UIL – have clear ideas regarding this issue. It should be emphasized that the INPS president Pasquale Tridico showed skepticism about the 41 quota (“Iniqua for example for women, as well as being very expensive for the state budget”) and gave his recipe for the post quota 100. Returning instead to the unions, in recent days there was a meeting: the confederal secretaries of CGIL, Roberto Ghiselli, Cisl, Ignazio Ganga, Uil, Domenico Proietti, saw the representatives of the League, the senator Tiziana Nisini and the honorable Claudio Durigon for a discussion on pension issues. Let’s see what emerged from it.
Pensions quota 41 and 62 years to leave work: the reform of the trade unions
Go on with share 41 and with the retirement at 62 in the era that will open later quota 100 (which, as known, allows you to leave work with 62 years and 38 contributions) and in which you must avoid ‘falling’ into the five-year staircase, with an increase in the retirement age from 62 to 67 years: these are the main issues addressed in the meeting with the League. Also on this occasion, the trade unions supported the need to structure an overall intervention on social security as described in the unitary platform presented to the Government for months. An intervention that must be launched already this year – they argue in a note – and which focuses on the reintroduction of full flexibility of access to retirement through the dual channel with 62 years of age and 41 years of contributions regardless of chronological age; that it recognizes for the purposes pensions there burden of the various tasks and the care work, carried out in particular by women for which the unions argue the need for the introduction of compensatory forms, together with measures a protection of discontinuous or low-income employment of young people. An intervention that, according to the trade unions, supports the relaunch of supplementary pensions and which, at the same time, supports existing pensions with an extension of the fourteenth month’s salary and with the full revaluation of pension treatments. The representatives of the League present were very attentive to these issues – refer Cgil Cisl and Uil – noting their social importance and the need to give greater equity to the system.