The establishment of a pension scheme at the full rate to 64 years, with a discount and a surcharge does not pass in most unions.
It is an understatement to say that the appointment was expected. This 18 July, after eighteen months of consultations, the high commissioner for reform, Jean-Paul Delevoye has submitted its report on pension reform to the Prime minister. Two hours only after having presented to the social partners. These are going to have to peel one more document of 135 pages, which will no doubt be some surprises.
The folder is flammable : the universal system which should enter into force in 2025 will cover 42 schemes. All employees in the public and private sectors will be involved, as well as the self-employed and farmers.
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The trade unions are unanimous : the points system concerned the French, especially when they are close to retirement. He will have to reassure, in particular, on the starting age. Of course, the terminal legal remains fixed at 62 years, but the report recommends adding an age of balance, to 64 years, below which the pensions would suffer a haircut.
The idea does not pass from the trade unions who were opposed to the idea when it had been issued by the Medef, in October last. This age of the full rate would be the same for all, to encourage future retirees to delay their departure.
"there may be a lot of losers"
The leader of the FO has said all of the evil he thought, calling to demonstrate against the reform on September 21, next. "The universal system is a reform parametric permanent in the hands of the government, has accused Yves Veyrier at the end of the meeting. It is in a logic where the financial balance will be ensured by the decline in the effective age of retirement... We can see that the 62 year-old will become the minimum age of entitlement, but will not be sufficient to guarantee a decent pension. It will continue to work to purchase points and leave later..."
not surprisingly, his opinion is shared by the leader of the CGT. "Today, 57% of French employees arrive at retirement age without a job, has recalled Philippe Martinez. The universal system is that of the smoke with a title pompous."
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Philip Louis, the CFTC, has also warned the government : "today, we can go to 62, with 42 years of insurance, without discount. Tomorrow, we will have to work longer. There may be a lot of losers."
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"A stupid idea"
one of The charges the most virulent came from the support the more active of the universal system, Laurent Berger. "We do not want an age of equilibrium to 64 years of age. It is a stupid idea to want to apply it to all," tancé the leader of the CFDT. Well have managed to roll back the government over its reform parametric there are less than a week, he intends to re-offend. "This is only the presentation of a report which proves that the establishment of a universal system is possible, he insisted. We will decide when we will have a bill. This would be a form of desertion to denounce it or support it today."
indeed, nothing is recognised : Jean-Paul Delevoye made proposals. As early as next week, bilateral discussions will be opened with the social partners, in order to see their reactions on the report, said Jean-Paul Delevoye.
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The consultations will resume at the end of August, to continue in the fall. The high commissioner is said to have sketched out a calendar of short, to imagine a bill by the end of the year or the beginning of 2020. But "it is possible that it is elongated if it has a need to deepen the subject," he qualified. The questions that remain to be addressed are important and the social partners are waiting for clarification and simulations. It is not certain, moreover, that the executive take the risk of launching a reform also explosive before the municipal.