Maneuver: Draghi summons the trade unions. Salvini da Draghi: ‘The League works to save pensions’ – Economy

Maneuver: Draghi summons the trade unions. Salvini da Draghi: ‘The League works to save pensions’ – Economy
Maneuver: Draghi summons the trade unions. Salvini da Draghi: ‘The League works to save pensions’ – Economy

Final Rus on the maneuver that should arrive in the Council of Ministers on Thursday. Lega leader Matteo Salvini arrived at Palazzo Chigi to meet Prime Minister Mario Draghi. Salvini is accompanied by the head of the Labor Department of the Lega Claudio Durigon.

The League is working on “saving pensions”, to avoid returning to Fornero. Updates will follow. “This was stated in a note from the League at the end of the meeting between the former minister and the premier at Palazzo Chigi, which lasted about an hour.

The Prime Minister summoned the trade unions tomorrow afternoon, at 6 pm, at Palazzo Chigi in view of the launch of the provision.

“On the shock absorbers we have built a differentiated universalistic mechanism. The built shock absorbers are very modern: they are subordinated to the commitment to training courses”. Based on what we learn, this is what Andrea Orlando, Minister of Labor and head of the dem delegation in the government said, speaking at the assembly of Pd deputies on the maneuver. “The cig and the naspi are linked to active policies and training. In the meantime, the GOL program started three months ahead of the schedule of the Pnrr, a good result”.

Lega-Pd clash on pensions, towards the maneuver on Thursday

“Now President Draghi respects the commitments made in the Council of Ministers: the cashback restarts after the suspension, with the appropriate adjustments “. Thus the vice president of the M5s Michele Gubitosa. “As President Giuseppe Conte said, we demand clarity on the commitment that was made by Palazzo Chigi” and “the fight against tax evasion is not a flag of the M5S, it should be everyone’s flag” he added

With mobile shares, benefits for a few

Access to early retirement with respect to old age with a “mobile” quota for contributions leaving the minimum age set at 64 for the next three years would affect few workers according to the elaboration of some technicians, widening the audience only slightly compared to the hypothesis of increasing shares due to age and with constant contributions. The new hypothesis circulated in the comparison on the maneuver would foresee the exit from work in 2022 at 64 with 38 contributions (Quota 102) and then increase in the following two years only the contributions, leaving the age unchanged. Therefore there would be Quota 103 in 2023 with 64 years of age and 39 of contributions and in 2024 Quota 104 with 64 years of age and 40 of contributions.

But in this way, according to experts, in 2022 only those who were already of the age for Quota 100 this year could leave but not yet the contributions (so for example workers of 1958 with 37 years of contributions today) but not those who they had contributions but not age (1960 workers with 40 years of contributions for example). For this first year, the CGIL has foreseen an exit of less than 10 thousand workers. In 2023, only the workers of 1959 with 37 years of contributions in 2021 would actually leave because if they were born earlier they could have left in 2022 (with 64 years and 38 of contributions) and if with more years of contributions they could have made use of Quota 100. 2024 would eventually be the turn of the workers of 1960 with 40 years of contributions that have “touched” Quota 100 and chased after the Quotas. This cohort would be the only one (if the experimentation runs out in three years before returning to the rules of the Fornero law) to have advantages over the previous hypothesis (Quota 104 with 66 years of age and 38 contributions) even if a large part she may have already retired thanks to the possible exit at any age with 42 years and 10 months of contributions (41 and 10 months for women).

Among the hypotheses – Give more time for the renovation with the Superbonus also to the owners of single-family houses but with an income ceiling: this is, according to what we learn, one of the hypotheses that would be making its way in the majority to find an agreement on the extension of the incentive to 110% also for single houses, villas and cottages to be included in the maneuver.

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