Tag: pension reform

France approves raising retirement age to 64

France approves raising retirement age to 64

“It will not be the Constitutional Council that will take the view of the french villagehe repeated. The prime minister, Elizabeth Bornepointed out that in its decision the Constitutional Council considers that “both substantive and procedural” the reform It conforms to the Constitution. “The text reaches its end democratic process. Tonight there are neither winners […]

Macron victory, Court upholds pension reform: ‘No referendum’

Macron victory, Court upholds pension reform: ‘No referendum’

The French Constitutional Council approved, at least in its essential elements, the pension reform that Emmanuel Macron sought; This was another victory in his defense of the controversial measure that required the president to increase the retirement age from 62 to 64. The architecture of reform is secure, although some measures of the government project, […]

The French, who oppose the pension reform, await the court’s decision.

The French, who oppose the pension reform, await the court’s decision.

New national strike in France on the twelfth day of nationwide protests against pension reform. This new wave of protests comes one day before the expected decision of the Constitutional Council on the legality of the law tomorrow. If the council gives the green light, albeit with some reservations, the government will have the power […]

Goodbye pension reform: Who will leave from 1 January 2024?

Goodbye pension reform: Who will leave from 1 January 2024?

The pension reform promised in the centre-right election campaign is, to say the least, hanging by a thread. There is no money, and important members of the majority approve of it. Quote 41 will not be made “You can’t make 41 quotas with a few billion, that’s clear,” says League Chamber group leader Riccardo Molinari. […]

CD warns of lack of resources and debt in pension reform

CD warns of lack of resources and debt in pension reform

Petro had pointed this out earlier “Two serious mistakes As far as pension reform is concerned, former president Uribe has: to think that with the contributions paid by members we will be spending government expenditure other than paying pensions to members and to think that in 40 years we will be perpetuating an unproductive economy. […]

Because pension reform can still be blocked

Because pension reform can still be blocked

Protests against raising the retirement age in France from 62 to 64 show no signs of waning. In the Assembly, which approved the reform by bypassing the voting with the constitutional procedure, the unions and the opposition are now looking for the last chance to block the provision that Emmanuel Macron wants. This is the […]

“Proposals for labor and pension reform require major adjustments”

“Proposals for labor and pension reform require major adjustments”

The national government has presented its proposals for labor and pension reforms, which need to be thoroughly examined, to the extent that the very low coverage of the current compulsory pension system (25%) is mainly due to the high level of work informality (currently in 58% of the working population), Fedesarrollo indicated. In this sense, […]

Anif confirms its estimates of the tax impact of the pension reform

Anif confirms its estimates of the tax impact of the pension reform

“This undoubtedly shows a real openness to discuss technical reforms that are as important as pensions. These kinds of discussions, which have not happened with other portfolios, are what we are looking for with the government and we welcome them,” he said. Mauricio Santa Mariachairman of Anif. In this sense, it endorsed what was published […]

The storm facing labor and pension reforms

The storm facing labor and pension reforms

When gauging the temperature of the debates generated by the labor and pension reforms, it could be said that the labor reform is hotter as criticisms do not stop over the impact it will have on corporate sustainability, the job creation and informality. Read also: Faced with criticism, Labor Secretary defends labor and pension reforms […]

“We are going to analyze what the private sector has to say about the labor reform”

“We are going to analyze what the private sector has to say about the labor reform”

Finance Minister José Antonio Ocampo was optimistic about the country’s economic growth this year. He assured that while the government estimate is 1.3%, his personal forecast is between 2% and 2.5%. For the minister, there are many positive factors leading to these results being expected, including the reduction in inflation, the increase in agricultural production […]

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