AT WORK It will be a question of “shifting it gradually, by a few months each year”, specified the Prime Minister
We do not yet know exactly how long, but it’s sure, we will have to “work a little longer”, Elisabeth Borne repeated this Tuesday before the National Assembly. “This age difference will allow for an increase in pensions. We will not work more for nothing. Yes, if I had to repeat it, it’s not a question of dropping back suddenly by one year, two years or three years, the starting age at the end of life. retirement. But shifting it gradually, by a few months each year,” the Prime Minister.
Asked by the leader of the Insoumis, Mathilde Panot, Elisabeth Borne confirmed: “There will be a pension reform. And yes, this reform will come into force at summer 2023”. The Insoumis fear that the executive will use a voted amendment. to the Senate to raise the retirement age to 64 years old. “There is an urgent need for a meeting of all the social and political left to organize the roadblock to the dam. the Assembly and in the streets,” wrote Jean-Luc Mélenchon on Tuesday.
President Emmanuel Macron was downgraded clarified end of October “ open” to a postponement of the legal starting age to 64 years old, and not 65 years old as he was hired. during the presidential campaign, in the event of a parallel extension of the contribution period. The government defended until present a postponement of the starting age of four months per year, to lead to 65 years old in 2031.