In an interview with the Sunday Journal, the brand new secretary of state for pensions assured that the federal government won’t again down on the abolition of particular schemes. He additionally dismisses the CFDT's proposal for a rise in contributions to steadiness the plan.
The federal government won’t return on the abolition of special regimes as a part of pension reform, says Sunday in an interview with JDD the new Secretary of State for Pensions, Laurent Pietraszewski, on the 18th day of a strike which strongly affects SNCF and RATP traffic.
“Requires a truce launched by sure union officers should be heard” and “The proposals which were placed on the desk on the RATP and the SNCF (…) should enable work to be resumed”, urge the brand new “Mr. Pensions” of the federal government.
“It’s true, we won’t return on the abolition of particular diets. However social dialogue continues with the commerce union confederations ”, he assures, specifying that will likely be offered “Monday a program and a calendar of concertation”.
As a part of these conferences scheduled from early January with the social companions, the Secretary of State for the Civil Service, Olivier Dussopt, “Will lead specifically the discussions on progressive retirement within the public service”, the Minister of Labor, Muriel Pénicaud, “These on the employment of seniors and arduous work, and I on the minimal contribution and transitions”, specifies Mr. Pietraszewski.
The proposal for a dismissed improve in contributions
He instantly dismissed sure calls for from the CFDT and Unsa unions, favorable to the reform, such because the reinstatement of 4 components within the arduousness account (painful postures, mechanical vibrations, carrying heavy hundreds and chemical brokers), which “Is just not on the agenda”.
For him, it’s higher to ask your self “The query of thresholds” hardship, “For evening work, for instance”, which the Prime Minister proposed Thursday to decrease to 110 nights a yr as an alternative of 120, or to work with branches “On the prevention of arduous work, retraining, planning for finish of profession”.
Like different members of the federal government earlier than him, he additionally rejected the CFDT's proposal for a premium improve to steadiness the plan: “I’m not in favor of a rise in contributions, as I refuse to a discount within the buying energy of retirees”.
As for a minimal pension at 85% of the minimal wage, deemed inadequate by the secretary basic of the CFDT, Laurent Berger, “Nonetheless, that is main social progress”, in keeping with Mr. Pietraszewski, for whom, nevertheless, “Between 85% and 100%, there are fifteen attainable choices”.
Defending the equilibrium age at 64 accompanied by a bonus-malus, a pink line for reformist unions, he careworn that it might be a bonus for “The 120,000 French who in the present day should go to age 67 to have a whole retirement”.
Retreats. Authorities “won’t come again” on the abolition of particular regimes, says Laurent PietraszewskiOuest-France.fr