How do you retire today? Massimo Garavaglia, deputy of the League, confirmed that the Meloni government will send the 2011 Fornero law to the attic and quota 103, included in the current budget law, is a first step in that direction.
In connection with the morning lecture of “the air that blows”, on Thursday, November 24, the former Minister of Tourism declared: “Qota 103 is a launch of the necessary reform to block Fornero and prevent pensions from having this jump to 67 years”. That ceiling will be a thing of the past, but the present and the future recommend caution: “We need to be very cautious at this stage, we still don’t know how the gas game in Europe will end, Italian public finances depend a lot on it – noted Garavaglia -. Now we are starting with a reform taking into account the difficult context. The positive side, however, is that the horizon is five years. Unlike previous governments, now there is a homogeneous political majority, we will not have problems and little by little we will reach a reform In short, the Fornero system will be dismantled one piece at a time. However, barring parliamentary amendments to the budget law approved in the CDM, from 2023 there will be Cota 103, a form of early retirement, which will allow you to say goodbye from work at age 62: 5 years earlier than that established by old age, approximately 2 years with respect to the anticipated. The cost is 1 billion euros and will affect 50,000 people. Quota 103 (person a retires if the sum of contributions and age gives that number, nda) replaces quota 102 which will not be renewed.
Source: IL Tempo
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