“We will not accept the 5-year staircase that will take place from January 1, 2023 when the retirement age will return to 67 years. And no one thinks of hiding behind the issue of economic costs. The game must be played with open cards: in 10 years the Fornero reform achieved savings of 11 billion and Quota 100, financed with 18 billion, saved only 11. Now it is time to reinvest part of these important savings on pensions to determine a fair and sustainable pension system “. To affirm it from the stage of the XIX CISL Congress is the leader Luigi Sbarra draws the line of the union. The government, Sbarra continues, “should carry out a reform of the social security system that gives pensions greater consistency, social sustainability and inclusiveness, especially for young people and women” and greater flexibility in leaving “allowing each person to leave freely after 41 years of contributions or at the age of 62 “. “The executive should go beyond the technical investigations, and immediately restart the political debate on the new pensions, identifying concrete and coherent answers with our platform.”, He still urges. A platform that combines with guarantee pensions for young people and strong contribution discounts for women and mothers; with a structural social Ape and the enlargement of the audience to the strenuous and heavy work; with an enhancement of pension funds, as an indispensable additional column to guarantee dignity to the elderly. And then the chapter flexibility with which to leave work “either with 41 years of contributions or at 62 years of age”: “this too, especially this, is sustainability”, he concludes.