Retirement: a reform to push the French to work longer

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Prepare for it without rushing too much. The transformation of the retirement model, which some presented as an “excellent” first reform at the start of the second five-year term before the re-election of Emmanuel Macron, is slowly being forgotten. This does not mean, however, that the executive is no longer interested or working on it; This is evidenced by the consultations which are due to begin at the beginning of September. The exact details of the upheavals planned by the government, which will normally have to take into account the opinion of the parliamentary chambers, are not yet known. That being said… Some elements are not the subject of a heavy secret, recalls MoneyVox on its site.

Thus, explain our colleagues, it is Elisabeth Borne herself who spoke on the issue. She recalled some of the challenges of the pension reform in front of the microphones and the cameras, in particular, of BFMTV. “For the balance of our system, we will gradually have to work a little longer. We will do this taking into account long careers, hardship, job retention for seniors,” she said.

“These reforms require the exchange and sharing of information with all actors in our society. We will carry out consultations from the fall and we will have the opportunity to discuss it within the National Council for Refoundation”, added the Prime Minister, this Monday, August 29, 2022.

See you after the consultation to find out more.