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Pensions, Quota 100 and taxes the unions see Draghi

2021-10-26T13:26:00.802Z

Still rebus for the maneuver, between the post Quota 100, the tax cut, the changes to citizenship income and the superbonus. Sbarra (Cisl): 'But if we find a wall, ready to mobilize, the government will find a more structured method of confrontation with us' (ANSA)



Again puzzle for the maneuver, between the post Quota 100, the tax cut, the changes to the citizenship income and the superbonus, on which the hypothesis of an extension for the houses but within the income ceiling appears.

Yesterday meeting between Draghi and Salvini, today the trade unions at Palazzo Chigi.

Sbarra (CISL): 'But if we find a wall, ready to mobilize, the government will find a more structured method of confrontation with us'.



In the afternoon, the premier meets the unions, who have been asking to be summoned for days to address not only the issue of pensions but also the destination of the 8 billion for the fall in taxes, over which even the parties are still fighting. The government's orientation would remain that of lightening paychecks through an intervention on Irpef but the pressure of those who would rather divide the resources between families and businesses increases, also intervening on the IRAP for the self-employed, while Confindustria continues to ask that it be cut contributions. 

Interviewed by Repubblica Luigi Sbarra, secretary general of the CISL, observes that "pensions cannot be considered only an economic cost" and that "current resources are absolutely insufficient". The Fornero reform - he argues - has achieved significant savings, just as the Quota 100 loan has not been fully used. "We ask that part of these savings be reinvested to change the pension system, introducing elements of equity, flexibility and sustainability".


    "If we find a wall in front of us, or if our demands and proposals are obstructed or not taken into consideration, mobilizations will be inevitable in the coming weeks and months", warns the CISL number one.


    According to the trade unionist, "the government must recover a more structured and permanent method of confrontation with the trade union, otherwise the maneuver risks being born unbalanced and insufficient due to the scarce dialogue that preceded it".

"We - he adds - must leave people the voluntary choice to retire after the age of 62 or with 41 years of contributions, regardless of age, knowing that not all jobs are the same and therefore not even the rules can be. pensions, so there is a need to introduce elements of strong flexibility in exiting the labor market, as done for example in the Social Ape, where we ask for further enlargement ".  

Source: ansa

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