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Pensions, unions ‘reject’ Draghi: “No answers on reform”

Byeditorial

Oct 26, 2021

Pensions and maneuver 2022, tense climate at the table between Prime Minister Mario Draghi and the leaders of CGIL, CISL and UIL. The maneuver, at the center of the debate, does not in fact collect the favor of the trade unions while on pensions, as widely expected, the dialogue has translated into a sort of tug-of-war. At the center, the no of Cgil Cisl and Uil to a return to the Fornero law, albeit postponed over the years. “The meeting did not go well. There are some partial and positive answers on the reform of the social safety nets, 3 billion in our opinion those resources are insufficient. On the tax reform there are 8 billion but there is no choice on where to allocate the resources “. Thus the Uil leader, Pierpaolo Bombardieri at the end of the meeting with the Prime Minister. “There is not even a choice on pensions: neither 102 nor 104, there is only the choice of allocating 600 million for the extension of the Female Option and the social Ape. Nor are there any answers to those who have paid the contributions regardless of age, there are no answers on the necessary overall reforms “. Read also “On these responses to the maneuver, the union will jointly evaluate in the coming days, after the decisions to be taken by the Council of Ministers, forms and means of mobilization to solicit adequate choices”, adds the union leader.