The hardest part begins!
Emmanuel Macron and Élisabeth Borne may have temporized by announcing a cycle of consultation on pensions for the adoption
"before the end of winter"
of a bill, the French are not more advanced on their future fate.
At what age will they retire?
How many annuities will they have to contribute to benefit from a full rate pension?
How will hardship be taken into account in the calculation of the retirement age?
For now, none of these questions has an answer.
Can the French just cling to the vague promises of the candidate Macron (raising the legal age of departure to 65, abolition of special regimes, etc.) and the hammered-out speech that it will be necessary to
"work more and longer"
to guarantee our social model.
But not more.
Certainly, they know that the future bill will contain the increase to 1100 euros of the amount of minimum pension after a full career or mobilization for the employment of seniors...
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