Emmanuel Macron's five-year term will end as badly as it started for retirees.
In the name of the so-called "supply policy" supposed to support the activity, they were rewarded from the outset with a 1.7 percentage point increase in the CSG on their pensions (although the executive subsequently backtracked for the more modest).
And today inflation is mechanically reducing their purchasing power.
Supplementary pensions have certainly been revalued by 1% on November 1 and the basic pension will be 1.1% on January 1, 2022, a far cry from the rise in consumer prices of 2.8% over the last twelve months. .
Inflation returns, concern grows
Should we conclude that the 16.7 million retirees will be the big losers from a return to inflation?
Nothing is less sure.
They are undoubtedly bound hand and foot because unlike the active they can no longer work or change jobs to restore their image!
But the fate of employees is hardly more enviable in the
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