41 years of contributions will suffice without the age requirement - Corriere.it

41 years of contributions will suffice without the age requirement - Corriere.it

The union front registers two very distant positions. At the end of the meeting between the Minister of Labor and Social Policies, Marina Calderoneand the general secretaries of Cgil, Cisl and Uil, the declarations of the latter point in opposite directions. The resumption of confrontation between the government and the unions to discuss pension reform is rejected by both leader of the CGIL, Maurizio Landiniwho stamps everything as a «useless encounter», both from Uil secretary, Pierpaolo Bombardieri, who summarized the meeting as follows: «There are only statements of principle. We don't need chatter and badges.'
A line opposite, or almost, to that of general secretary of the Cisl, Luigi Sbarra, who at the end of the discussion table with Minister Calderone, indicated as «an extremely positive fact to have re-established dialogue with the government on the reform of the pension system». The distance of views between workers' representatives is evident, and in some ways the rift could facilitate the executive, but the issue of pension reform remains a crucial dossier for the government coalition. In the absence of solutions for exceeding the 103 quota and a reform of the Fornero Law, as well as answers on measures such as the Women's Option and incentivized redundancies, the pension issue risks becoming much more insidious than the ratification of these days of the month

Odds 41, Odds 103 and Women's Option

At the moment the main hypothesis revolves around the reconfirmation, at least for the whole of 2024, of Quota 103 (62 years of age and 41 of contributions), as an alternative to the Ministry of Labour, the idea of ​​quota 41 is being evaluated. retire once they mature 41 years of contributions regardless of age, but on condition that the pension allowance is calculated entirely on a contributory basiseven in the case of the right to payroll calculation.
On Option Woman the restoration of the measure with the requirements envisaged until the crackdown introduced with the latest budget law is almost excluded. But the goal is to contrive a new tool that allows women to leave the world of work early. In the meeting of the last few hours, Minister Calderone provided the unions with what, once upon a time, one would have called a programmatic framework. A list of interventions that the government intends to adopt without, for now, going into technical details, much less indicating the order of magnitude of the resources available to finance the measures. The real test will be, as always, in the autumn when drafting the Budget law and, above all, the day after the update of the Economy and Finance document, which will provide the amount of resources on which to count to tackle the reform retirement.

Early exits and exit flexibility

In the meantime, the list illustrated by Calderone includes, for example, the theme of outbound flexibilitythe expansion of the audience relating to theSocial beethe deductibility of welfare measuresthe contributory pension for young people and women. One issue in particular was also discussed with the business representatives that Calderone met shortly before meeting the trade unions: the idea of ​​a single instrument to regulate the incentivized exits. But the stumbling block, also in this case, is linked to the public's ability to finance such a provision.
At the moment the solutions to leave the world of work early there are three: the isopensioni expansion contracts (very expensive for public finances) in addition to ad personam checks in the context of company negotiations. The only certainty comes from INPS which confirmed the increase in minimum pensions starting next July.

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