France set to strike over planned pension reforms

France set to strike over planned pension reforms
France set to strike over planned pension reforms
Unplanned pension reforms, the French government is taking its time. Prime minister Edouard Philippe said, public consultations will be held on the matter until the end of the year, with lawmakers expected to vote on the draft law by the summer of 2020. We’Re going to build a truly Universal system when one year of page word retirement, give everyone the same rights without their laborers Tradesman researchers, Farmers, public servants, doctors, Owen, tripping, yours, A system that therefore requires scrapping special regimes and several exceptions which, for the most part on No longer useful system, the plan includes scrapping the current 42 pension systems and replacing them with one universal scheme: maintaining the retirement age of 62, but introducing a so-called equilibrium retirement age of 64, the age at which workers receive their full pensions. Those who retire earlier would obtain less and those who work longer would get more. The draft reform has anger. Transport workers in particular will see the way their pensions are calculated. A significantly change organized demonstrations in response, including a transport strike in Paris on Friday, expected to be one of the biggest in over a decade.
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For planned pension reforms, the French government is taking its time. Prime Minister Edouard Philippe said public consultations will be held on the matter until the end of the year, with lawmakers expected to vote on the draft law by the summer of 2020.

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