for the school retirement age of 60 years


According to Marcello Pacifico, we are wrong, because in order to keep the treasury green, the system of fundamental rights under the Constitution is degraded: first in terms of work, where many employees, for example in schools, are forced to remain temps despite having all the necessary preconditions to be placed in the role, and the EU requests the same in order not to run into abuse of fixed-term contracts.

Now the INPS says that after decades of regularly paid work, complete with the employee’s money, we run into the national pension funds, ending up with a pension just above the social. We are not there and we are shouting all our indignation: it is necessary to change the law and introduce exemptions, starting from school, where one has to go around 60 years and without fines. “For the President of Anief,” we have to introduce checks adjusted for inflation and immediate settlement of TFS / TFS and one year advances for mothers “.


It is clear that when faced with the possibility of one imminent government crisisany upcoming program – from pension reform to the billfrom PNRR to the maximum budget maneuver – suffering from a heavy momentary halt while waiting to understand if and how the government will restart in the coming weeks.

Meetings with unions are already scheduled for late July to discuss interventions to help salaries and pensioners in the summer decree: Instead, the tables were to be convened between August and September to discuss the next post-2022 pension reform with the debate still open between the return of The Fornero Act, new “quotas” and proposals from trade unions and the INPS. Instead, it now depends what the Quirinale will ultimately decide if Draghi in the next few hours in all likelihood goes up there to talk to President Mattarella puts the decision-making burden back in his hands. If there is always a new majority with Draghi, not much should change with regard to future reforms, while obviously with a government sitting only on “formal” issues in the light of the election it would be more complex to complete a package of measures, on that time all exposed to the new post-voting government. (adj. by Niccolò Magnani)


With a post on his Facebook page, Ivan Pedretti emphasizes that “the crisis we are in is also biting pensioners. The data does not lie, and the ones Istat has provided in recent days are particularly explicit.

Four out of ten pensioners have a monthly income of less than 1,000 euros. Other than privileged! Between inflation, rising prices and bills, all pensions lose purchasing power. The revaluation system, which we have recently regained alone, is not enough, because it only leads to a partial recovery ”. According to the Secretary-General of SPI-CGIL, in the confrontation between the government and the unions, it is therefore necessary to “also think about pensioners, how to give them a hand and how to support them so that they do not slip further into poverty. We have always supported the need for to intervene, for example on the 14th, increase it and extend it to those who still do not get it despite having low pensions.This is a discussion which the government has declassified for too long and which is now absolutely must be taken up ”.


Under the General Council of the Fnp-Cisl Calabria, the Regent’s National Secretary Daniela Fumarola reminded of the importance of a tax reform because “pensioners are those who, together with employees, contribute 85% to the revenue of the Treasury.

They pay their taxes down to the last cent. For this reason, CISL insists on reducing the tax burden and argues that the intervention cannot be reduced solely to reduce the wedge for workers. We must also meet the needs of millions of retirees struggling to reach the end of the month: by lowering personal income tax, especially in the first brackets, to support those who are most vulnerable; adjusting pension payments to real inflation; control and moderation of prices and tariffs; increase the quality of public services; improve support for non-self-sufficient people. “For the trade unionist,” tax interventions must be carried out in the wake of justice, progressiveness and the fight against tax evasion and tax evasion if we want to restore consumption, increase productivity, create new employment and develop the country. “.


As explains, “Fabi (Italian Autonomous Banking Association) proposes a plan to improve public administration real estate assets worth 296.9 billion euros. Banking institutions could set up special corporate instruments to attract private financial resources. The goal would be to buy part of the building stock, which is currently unused, from the state administration and especially from the local authorities.In a short time, tens of billions of euros can flow into the public coffers for tax reform and reduction of taxes on wages and pensions : The financial dowry can be doubled to further reduce the tax burden on income up to 35,000 euros.


Fabi’s general secretary, Lando Maria Sileoni, points out that “thanks to the banks, a concrete hand could be given to generate revenue from the now abandoned ‘state brick’. This idea was launched by Intesa Sanpaolo CEO Carlo Messina and I immediately shared it “With all that money, the government could cut public debt, which has reached 2.750 billion euros, or preferably have more resources to lower taxes on workers and pensioners. The basic point is to secure purchasing power for families.” Therefore, it would be a way to find the necessary resources to increase the net amount of pensions and salaries for workers with benefits for the economy.

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